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Compare Your Occupational Options
If you're ready to compare and focus your career options, go to Compare Options.
If you're not ready, try the following suggestions:
- Think of comparing your options as research - try it and see what happens.
- Get to know your interests and strengths.
- Explore some career options.
- Revisit your vision of your future.
- Reflect on your career explorations so far.
- Talk to a Career Advisor
Find Out Employer's Requirements
Your Resources for Handling Challenges
Reflect on Your Career Plan
What if I make a wrong decision?
Career planning is more than making one big decision about what you'll do for the rest of your life. Career planning is about continually making choices and exploring opportunities.
When you are planning your career, every decision you make, big or small, is a career decision. In this view, everything in your work-related life affects your life outside of work and vice versa. Your decision to compare your career options isn't the Big One - it's simply the next one.
It's time to compare your options. You don't have to make any commitment. You can always move toward or step back from any of the options, at any point. You can also go after several options at the same time.