Indecisiveness is a common occurrence in many stages of life. As a 10-year-old child, many of us may recall facing a fashion dilemma in deciding whether to choose a bright pink top or a purple top. As we progress in life, we are inevitably faced with more crucial life-changing decisions such as what course to study and the type of job to pursue.
Yes, we can always resort to the conventional method of making a list of pros and cons, etc.
However, adopting these 3 simple steps make things less stressful.
What do I want to be?
The first step in the career decision-making process is to ask yourself this pertinent question – “What do I want to be?”
Getting to know yourself in terms of your interests, life goals and skills helps in ascertaining what course or job to pursue in the long-run. One method commonly employed nowadays are psychometric assessments – a test which measures individuals based on their personality and general intelligence.
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Explore your options
Having gained more knowledge about yourself, you are now ready to move on to the next step of discovering suitable educational and career options. Visit careeradvisor.asia and gain valuable insights on being a world-class graduate with future-proof skills by learning more about your educational and career options.
Contemplating your decision-making process
Equipped with more knowledge about yourself and suitable educational and career options, you can now spend time on making the right decision.
If you are still at crossroads and uncertain about what’s next after finishing SPM, call 03 7947 2200 and reach out to one of our Career Advisor counsellors, today!