109. CONSIDERATIONS FOR YOUR CAREER CHOICE - Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani


One of the most important decisions you will ever make in your life is selecting a career. The idea might be intimidating as well as exhilarating for an adolescent. A number of elements need to be taken into account in order to make an informed and satisfying decision, given the abundance of options and the impact of parents, educators, peers and society at large. Your career will determine your future; therefore, it is important to think carefully about your values, interests, and strengths.

Think about your interests and passions first. Which pursuits or topics most interest you? A career that is in line with your hobbies might increase motivation and job happiness. A profession in Engineering or Technology can be a good fit for you if you enjoy solving problems. Finding what truly excites you can help you find a career you will enjoy.

Next, evaluate your abilities and capabilities. Everybody has special skills and abilities that can be useful in a variety of professional endeavors. Consider your strengths, and the ways in which you may use them in the workplace. If you are good at communicating, you might want to look into jobs in Public Relations, Journalism, or Marketing. Selecting a career where you can succeed and leave a lasting impression might be made easier if you are aware of your skills.

Additionally, look into the employment market and the possibilities for the careers you are considering. While some industries may be in decline or very competitive, others may be expanding quickly and present a wealth of opportunities. Examine the average salary, prospects for growth, and demand for professionals in your sector of choice. Also consider if the profession is family-friendly, especially if you’re a female. Consider the type of pension that you could receive in old age. Also consider if there’s scope for Entrepreneurship in your chosen industry.

Making sure your choice of profession  has bright futures, will give you security and developmental  opportunities.

It is crucial to get experience and counsel as well. Attend career fairs, speak with experts in the subjects you are interested in, and think about part-time work or internship. Experience in the real world can give you important insights into what different  careers actually require, and assist you in making better choices. Professionals with experience who mentor you can also offer guidance and help as you navigate through your career choice.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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