Career development is a process. It starts with knowing some important things about yourself:
- Values: What do I need to feel satisfied in a career?
- Interests: What topics intrigue me? What problems do I want to solve?
- Personality: What environments and tasks suit me best?
- Skills: What am I naturally good at? What do I have the capacity to become good at with practice or training?
Taking time to learn about yourself first will provide insights that guide your process.
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