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 A career is a way of earning a living, a profession, or work that may necessitate specific levels of education or training. It is a long-term job, professional advancement, a vocation or occupation into which a person enters and earns a living. For example, you could work in education, law, music, engineering, or medicine.

What is the point of pursuing a career?

 • In other words, it meets the needs and adds value to life in society.

 • There are numerous unmet needs in our environment. You may need to choose a job that is right for you to get to know them and meet them.


 There are certain characteristics to evaluate while choosing one like based on:

 • Interests

 • Skills

 • Aptitudes

 • People Skills

 • Experience

 • Family

 • Traditions

 • Personality

 • Life Goals and Work Values


 • Counselling centre for career opportunities

 • Renowned faculties of universities and colleges

 • Senior students

 • Student Groups

 • Placement Assistance Cell

What to Look for When Making a Career Decision?

 • Major career field target

 • Preferred type of work

 • Income requirements

 • Geographical constraints

 • Industry preferences

 • Stress level

 • Surrounding work environment

 • WFH or WF-office based jobs

 • Amount of independence

 • The surrounding people.

 • Physical requirements

 • Local/national/international organization

 • Benefits and perks

 • Opportunities for advancement

 • A good higher authority

 • Training

 • Industry outlook

 • Firm reputation

How to decide the right career?

 1) Choose more than one career choice:

 ✓ In your first year of college, it’s a good idea to consider multiple careers rather than just one.

 ✓ About 60% of students change significantly when they go to college.

 ✓Proficiency in more than one area is a huge reward. Doctoral students change jobs an average of seven times in their lifetime.

 ✓ Further check its usability for developing a wide range of general skills, especially those related to communication.

2) Networking

 ✓ Learn more about job opportunities from people you know.

 ✓ Networking allows you to meet people who can answer questions about a particular job or company.

 ✓ Websites like have a growing number of experts. Some experts also use Facebook to connect with other experts in their fields and find candidates.

3) Evaluate your skills


 • Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening

 • Math

 • Creative Thinking



 • Self Esteem, Self-Management.

 • Responsibility


 • Social Negotiation

 • Leadership

 • Teamwork

4) Seek the advice of a professional career advisor.

 ✓ A college career counsellor is a qualified professional who can help you.

 ✓ Analyze the benefits and drawbacks.

 ✓ Evaluate your values ​​and goals

 ✓ Decide what kind of work you want to do.

 ✓ They won’t tell you what to do. Instead, it helps you identify factors that can lead to successful and interesting career choices.

5) Obtain experiences

 ✓Undergo Voluntary Training

 ✓ Join a minor post in Collaboration Project

 ✓ Explore the workplace

 ✓ Participate in project/competition.

 ✓ Research work

 ✓ Undergo training at work

 ✓ Enrol in apprenticeships


 • Make selections based solely on economic considerations.

 • Choose based on peer or parental pressure

 • Choose options where you have all your passion and interest in.


The job itself is never good or bad. It’s solely your career and its importance and what you can do with your chosen career is to be decided by you. A well-chosen career includes talent, interest, passion, and high-paying jobs, but it shouldn’t be all about money in the first place. At last making, the perfect choices don’t end the search but striving to work hard for the goal and putting in all optimum efforts to achieve it makes a great career choice.