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Career Planning Checklist

Searching for jobs can be a relatively easy task. You simply ask people if jobs are available, if you can complete a job application, or you go online and look for open positions. Most people, when they learn of jobs and positions they may like, they readily apply. This simplicity works for some people, but not the vast majority. If you’re looking for more than just a job, but more of a career where you’ll work in positions that truly drive you, then you might consider a more productive approach.

Looking for a great career may be a job of itself. It takes patience, yet perseverance; strong work ethic; proactivity over reactions; and, regular attention. It’s best to launch your job search when you’re truly ready. This starts with creating your career plan.

Below is a checklist of items to incorporate into your career plan.

It’s quite the checklist, but we’re talking about your career. It’s not something to be taken lightly. And, when you land the job, the checklist is still in play. You may unfortunately lose the job, need to move, or wish to advance your career. By maintaining the checklist, you’ll be ready any and all career opportunities you encounter.

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