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Career Planning
Create the life you want

Career planning is an ongoing lifelong process that allows for change of career direction as individual or circumstances change.

Are you just beginning to think about the kind of job you want or are you thinking about a change? Have you lost your job due to downsizing or restructuring? Are you considering a move within your organization or are you thinking about retirement? Career planning is an important part of your career development.

Career Planning Factors
Knowing Yourself
Assessing your values, interests, skills, accomplishments, preferences, life roles, and personality. In this area you will find self-assessment tests and links to help you know yourself.

Exploring Careers
Research your career options on the internet and in libraries through books, journals and newspapers. Learn how to network, learn how to find information on current and future jobs and industry trends.

Exploring Education and Training
You may have one or more occupations in mind. Use this area to explore the education and training you need to achieve your goals.

Setting Goals
Identify your goals, create an action plan and learn to reevaluate your career decisions.


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