How To Choose The Right Career Path After Graduation

by Sanjoi Mazumder Youtube seo & marketer

Choosing the right career path after graduation can be difficult if you do not make proper career planning. Getting a good job is always considered a difficult task but, you might be surprised to know that more than 50% of employers are waiting to give the job to the right candidate. So, the fact is that there are so many jobs available in the market but, you are not knocking on the right door. Well, it is not entirely your fault. When it comes to choosing the right job, your family members and teachers play a very important role.

Career Path After Graduation

If you ask your teacher, he or she will always suggest you go with the core jobs. For example, if you are pursuing Law, you will have to become a lawyer where you can practice either in public or in private. If you are studying electronics engineering, you will have to be in the same field. Well, core jobs are undoubtedly a good option for yourself. But, the periphery of such core jobs is very limited. You will not have options to explore yourself further and this is where you might get the taste of failure and disappointment. Well, you cannot blame your teachers for that as they have studied only one core subject and therefore, they will suggest you what they have experienced.

If you choose the traditional method, you will have a very limited career option. But, you might be surprised to know that after graduation, you will have four different career paths. We have elaborated this here. So, don’t miss to go through the following points:

·         Core Jobs: Well, if you have an interest in your subjects and you want to explore yourself further in this particular sphere, core jobs will be ideal for you. But, you also need a good academic score and according to a survey, more than 90% of candidates do not accomplish good academic scores after graduation. Therefore, they find difficulties in getting core jobs.

·         Related Jobs: Well, the sphere of core jobs is very short and you will not have to blame yourself if you don’t get a job in that field. You can go for related jobs where you will have more options than the core jobs. In such a case, you will have to combine your knowledge or core skills with other soft skills. For example, if you have studied engineering and you have good communication skills or presentation skills, you can combine these soft skills with your core skill to accomplish something bigger. There are different types of related jobs available in the market. You will have to assess yourself properly to get the right job.

·         Hybrid Jobs: Hybrid jobs are something that most people do not touch and this is why these jobs have become a kind of hidden job. You might be surprised to know that employers are looking for those candidates who have accomplished hybrid skills. This is why we will recommend you to choose the hybrid career option. In the case of hybrid jobs, you will have to combine your interest with your skills. Or, we can say that here, you will have to combine two different skills. For example, if you have studies technology and you have a deep interest in sports, you can easily get a job in the field of Sports Technology. Moreover, if you have studied English and you have an interest in technology, you can become a technical content writer. When you combine two different skills, career selection becomes easier.

·         Non-Related Jobs: If you don’t have an interest in your field, you can go for non-related jobs. But, this will be completely a new journey and therefore, we don’t recommend this. You will have to decide what you actually want. If you have firm determination, you should definitely go for this option.

So, this is how you can choose the right career path after graduation. We hope that this article would be helpful for you.

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About Sanjoi Mazumder Innovator   Youtube seo & marketer

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Created on Jan 8th 2021 11:49. Viewed 386 times.


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