Choosing a career presents a nerve-racking decision, as it can have a life-long impact on you. Do not fret, as you can gain a clearer outlook into your future by thorough career planning.

Having a clear vision of the future can guide you by helping you set career goals and helping you on your way towards attaining them. Whether you are starting out on a new career or looking to change your current career, you will benefit enormously from taking sound advice.

Chances are that you will be spending a great deal of time at your job, about 40 hours a week. Career advice and career profiling can guide you to a job that is enjoyable for you and matches your interests.

In today’s world, there is increased job rotation ... also with the down turns in the economy, many people can be laid-off.People often back off from changing careers if they are unsure of the effort it might take to start a new career and learn a new trade.

Donald Super has generated a life span vocational choice theory that has six life and career development stages. These six stages are:

    1. The crystallization stage, ages 14-18
    2. Specification stage, ages 18-21
    3. Implementation stage, ages 21-24
    4. The stabilization stage, ages 24-35
    5. Consolidation, age 35
    6. Readiness for retirement, age 55

Career Impacts
    - Level 1 - Self- Does your career choice fulfill your creative and spiritual needs ?
    - Level 2 - Family – Does your career choice fulfill your family’s daily needs ?
    - Level 3 - Group- Does your career choice fulfill your community’s, religion’s, country’s, or race’s need ?
    - Level 4 - World – Does you career choice impacts human mankind as a whole ?

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