Importance of Career Counseling and Its means

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The student who has entered in class IX and will be giving board exams next year will be dealing with the pressure of board exams. Some children have given the board this time and will start college soon. It is important for them to choose a career that will give them a right path to be successful.

Creating or setting up a career is not difficult, the difficulty is which career will you choose and how will you move on because people spend half their life in trying to understand what their choice is, what are they good at and what is the right direction? Therefore, it is important to be sure to find your passion and a career related to it from the very start so that you can work towards your goal diligently. It is also important to consider talking to an expert or a guide if you are confused about which path to tread upon. This article is for those parents who think career counseling is an act of extravagance; also it is for every child who is confused what should be his career?

Let’s know what is career counseling?

As we all know, counseling is essential for the students to discover the real potential. Some students have a very clear idea of what they want from their careers but there are many students who are either confused or they have no idea what to do. So to solve these problems children need counseling. To define it career counseling is a session of 2 to 3 hours or more which includes certain discussions and tests on which your career options are set before you to choose from.

If there is a need at such a time, then children must have a right career coaching.

Career Coaching: This is a source which enables you to know your interest as well as to get the right way for you to move forward. Your coach is most important in career coaching, you will need 4 coaches in this process which are as follows:

  • You
  • Your parents
  • Your teacher
  • Your friends

Now let’s talk about all these coaches and what how do they help you in your career coaching.

1. You Yourself

It is a common saying- “Choose a job you love and you won’t have to work for the rest of your life”, but to choose the right job you need to know what interests you the most and then find a career out of it. At the end of the day, it is your life and you will be living it alone which is why it gets even more important to talk to someone if you can’t figure out a way.

2. Your Parents

Sometimes while deciding your career you may get a bit emotional and end up confusing your recent hobby as the goal of your life. This is where talking to parents proves as a benefit as they can guide you towards your actual interest and help you in understanding the scope, job description, salary and other such details of your chosen field.

3. Your Teachers

Teachers are literally the one guiding and reliable source that you can always depend on while deciding your career. They not only know you well academically but also socially and can help you work on your shortcomings, your strengths, and your weaknesses, etc.

4. Your Friends

Friends are not just your partners in crime but they can also be your best advisors and motivators because they know you inside out sometimes even better than your parents. A true friend will always try to solve your queries but here you need to chose that friend very carefully who you think can help you and guide you in the right direction otherwise it may end up turning disastrous.

It is always better to consult an expert or get some professional scenario but these coaches are all your well wishers and can prove to be your career guides also if you allow them to be. Who can better judge you than yourself, who better knows you than your friends and who can want your success more than your parents and teachers?
If you think none of this is working ring us up anytime, we are always there to guide and help you in whichever way we can, all free of cost.

If you think none of this is working ring us up anytime, we are always there to guide and help you in whichever way we can, all free of cost.

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