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What do fast food servers have in common with firefighters and video game developers? The service industry. See if a service industry career is right for you.
Choosing your career path is a big decision. You may worry, is it the right decision? The right time? Try these strategies when you face difficult career decisions.
Look at your skills and interests, make a plan and manage your career with Service Canada resources.
In this section you'll talk to people and research occupations. Start your research with things that you can read or watch.
As part of your career plan, you'll need to find out the requirements employers have for the options you choose.
Find out about organizations and businesses. This can give you ideas about what you want to focus on.
When planning your career, it's important to explore the occupations you’re interested in and maybe discover some new ones.
Part of career planning is to compare and evaluate your career options. Follow these suggestions to help identify the best option for you.