After determining your level of
skills and how to build them, you need to make a plan. Research
shows that goals that are written down are more likely to be
achieved--so take some time to put into words your plan, skills,
Charting your Career Path
When's the last time you
thought about your goals, skills, network, or next steps?
Complete the following pages to stay on the right track, whether
you're just starting out or changing careers.
Career Plan Template
The average worker changes careers
5-7 times in their lifetime. Don't be caught by surprise...make
a plan! Lay out for yourself your goals and next steps to
Skill Building Template
Sometimes we aren't aware of the
things that set us apart. How would you rate yourself on these
skills that employers say are important to keeping a job? Think
about what you do well, and which skills you'd like to improve.
Your Job Description
Would you hire yourself? This
exercise helps you see yourself from an employer's point of
view. If something is missing, how can you fill in the gaps so
that every employer wants to hire you?
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