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Choose a career that fits with your personality

 Choosing a career or education programme is the most difficult task for young people like us, living in Bangladesh. In our culture we can't decide what is best for us, we just follow our parents and seniors from childhood. We should choose a career or major that fits with our personality, and it’s a vital step toward career well-being and success–job satisfaction.

Here are few steps which helped me to choose my career:
Know yourself:
  • Analyze your personality with common types of character.
  • Identify your strengths, values, personality, and skills to understand yourself better.
  • List your interest areas of studies if you're a student, and if you're an employee, then list the industries you want to work.
  • Identify your capability to study or work in the listed areas or industries.
Know about your options:
  • List available options if you want to enter into the listed career.
  • Identify the level of competitions in each areas or industries.
  • Analyze all the requirements in each career.
  • Explore any missing skills and strengths required for the career.
Gather knowledge about options:
  • Council with the peoples, who are studying or working in the listed areas or industries.
  • Read articles and inspect about the listed careers.
  • Forecast the future benefits and opportunities.
Compare options and make a good decision: In comparison a career fits with your personality is considered to be more favorable.
Holland's Theory of Career Choice: The Holland theory is the best known and most widely researched theory on this topic. It is widely used by professionals. Understanding the theory and using an accurate Holland assessment like Career Key Discovery will help you identify careers and education programs that fit who you are and put you on a path to career well-being.
Still not sure? Consider getting help from a professional counselor.

​To THINK BIG and to use our talents doesn't mean we won't have difficulties along the way. We will--we all do. If we choose to see the obstacles in our path as barriers, we stop trying. "We can't win," we moan. "They won't let us win.”  -Ben Carson, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story


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