Planning Your Future

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Planning Your Future

Choosing the right major is complicated and so complex. There are some majors

that sound interesting and some are boring. However, choosing the right major is

important. It doesn't only give you good paid job, but it serves as your key to a better

future goal. Moreover, deciding what major you want to take takes time, you have to do

some research about the course description; and where and what colleges or universities

you can go to that focus best regarding the majors.

What was amusing about Mapping Your Future’s website was valuable

information like the following:

Assessing your skills and interested

Consider your skills

Develop a career plan (Explore Career para 3)

This site even included sample career plan to finding work websites.

I can see how this site will be beneficial for me. It provides step-by-step instruction on

how I can obtain information to prepare me for my career choice. It also indicates the

directions, tools and education needed to proceed with career choice.

In addition to the employment website I already have, this website supplied me with

additional information concerning other jobs site I can start working with in order to find

employment in the chosen field of Human Resources. I will definitely look forward in

obtaining and utilizing these resources now and as my career goals changes in the

future.

The future is looking brighter for me, I now know it is important to develop a career plan that will provide financial support and personal

fulfillment over the course of my professional life. At the end of my career, I want to be recognized as a positive team leader who can bring

the best out of her subordinates and help increase profits for the company. I believe it can be achieved through people I meet and my

environment.…...

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