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Consider Your Resources

Resources include, but are not limited to, your finances and physical resources.

They can be grouped as follows:

• Unique life experiences
• Past and present educational/training activities
• Support systems
• Material resources
• Financial resources

It’s difficult to simply list your most important resources because their relevance depends on the work options you are considering.

For example, experience coaching your daughter’s soccer team would be a definite asset when you are applying for a position as a recreation leader, but may be of little value if you’re applying for a position in accounting.

Identifying your resources arms you with the knowledge you need to pursue the work options that are the most relevant to your background and circumstances.

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