Career Path

I read somewhere that everyone is responsible for its own destiny and career growth. You must know what you want and must have a plan to achieve it. In order to make that plan achievable one must determine what skills and expertise are needed. And it’s the individual responsibility to acquire those skill and experience. Your company doesn’t have any plan for you. So don’t expect anything from them.

Unfortunately in our country we lack research base culture in our university or even in organizations. There is no guidance at University level to assist their students to set the career path for themselves, they merely prepare there students to produce the replica what has been taught in the class. So trick is, as soon as possible, in academics one should determine his/her potential, set the career plan and streamline ones time and resources to achieve that goal.
The college students and graduate internship hunters jumping into the candidate pool with the unemployed who have already earned their degrees but now view an internship as a potential key to a successful search. If you announced an intern search you have undoubtedly received twice as many resumes as you did for the same spot a year ago. The applicants seem more qualified and ready to jump right in to fill holes in your staff. From the organization’s point of view, so many people, so few spots, it should be easy to find someone willing to take on the position and work for free.

In dealing with rejections, and keep in mind that it isn’t all or nothing. If you don’t get this particular job, it doesn’t make you a failure. It just means there’s a different job out there that the universe has in mind. And the more you experience rejection, the better you’ll handle it. Never ever think of giving up. Winners never quit and quitters never win as the old saying goes. Take all negative words out of your mental dictionary and be aware of what you are saying at all times, focus on the solutions with utmost conviction and patience. Remember that

The battle is never lost until you’ve abandon your vision.

Few people getting jobs paying more than $1,000 a year are employed at the first interview. So the first must be planned to lead to a second, and because the first is the hardest, it will be well to prepare yourself in advance. Get quiet within yourself; use prayer, and the recognition of God’s presence. Let your mind rest for a few moments on the most peaceful scene in nature that you can recall.

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