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Guides for successful career-for students

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Want to have a successful career? Here are some guides for a successful career. 

As students, we are always dreaming of being successful. Most of us dream of being engineers and doctors. We also have goals like having a career at Google, Microsoft, or Amazon. There is nothing bad in having big dreams. However, the worse part is that there is no one to guide us. Why is it that we are always told that Doctors and engineers have the most successful career? While the most successful people are not the ones with Doctorate and Engineering degrees only. We have other successful people choosing other avenues for careers.

While I have talked about the Best careers to opt for, I am a strong believer that the best for you is what you deem best. If you want to become a doctor, do so. Not for money, but because you love exploring living beings. If you want to become an artist, do so, not because Vinci and Picasso are still famous, but because you love them! Having a career is important for living. But do it for yourself. To achieve goals.

Confused? How to achieve your goals? Here are guides for a successful career.

Tips & Guides for Successful Career

1. Choose a Career

The first thing on the path to a successful career is choosing a career. If you are confused right now that what you want to become, then it is the right time to put things straight. For this, you need to do some research. For instance, if someone wishes to become an engineer. You need to be specific about the engineering type you want to go to. There are 4 board categories of engineering. Then, within those, there are further categories. You need to select the one you are interested in.

Also, with time, you need to be witty. You need to select a career that would not only fulfill your interests but also which are competitive in the market. There are some majors which shall be avoided otherwise. The reason is that they are not competitive and thus there is a high unemployment rate for them. Such are physiology, fine arts, and even biology! Always make sure you select those majors which will help you kick start your career quickly if you can’t afford to sit down right after completing your education.

  2. Choose the right institute-best guide for a successful career

The second thing you want to do is to select the best institute. An institute that would help you gain professional knowledge. While, not all of us can go to the Top Universities in the world, but you can always try your luck there! The right institute plays a pivotal role in your career building. When you are seeking a job not only do your grades and skills matter but also the institute you have selected for your degree attainment. Make sure you select the University/institute that is recognized by the Ministry of Education. In developing countries, there are many unlicensed institutes whose degree is not recognized by the Higher education board.

3. Can you afford it?

Not everyone can afford high-end educational fees. Thus, your career would depend upon your budget. This is a sad reality of life. You can always look for scholarships and sponsor programs, but that would require you to showcase excellent results in school. Thus, your institute selection and career would depend upon your affordability. One needs to save up money during college to afford university or have good grades. You can even opt for student loans which are low-interest based.

On the other hand, you can self-finance your education by doing small part-time jobs. Opt for tutions, blogging, or others!

4. Work on developing your resume/CV

While studying, opt for internships for students in the field you want to work in. During spring and summer breaks, start working for a small organization. For instance, those having the ambition to work as professors can start becoming assistants in schools. If you want to be a mechanical engineer, opt for mechanical/ technical stores. I remember a classmate working at Honda showrooms who was doing mechanical engineering. In lower semesters, you might not be paid, but the experience that you gain is worth it. Gain experience. Add them to your resume. This will not only help you in your education but also would help you when you enter the world of a practical career!

5. Never miss an opportunity

By the end of your education, don’t miss even the smallest of opportunities. You cannot think of working for Apple or Samsung as soon as you pass out. Give yourself some time. Work in small organizations. When you enter a practical field. You get to know about other career opportunities. Sitting at home ideally would only be a waste of time. Start working from small and aim at reaching big.  Then, you would know how you can enter bigger organizations.  For instance, you completed a degree and your dream organization requires 2 years of experience with a diploma course. So, in the first two years, complete the diploma and gain 2 years of work experience!

Read about how to perform well in the job interview for a better career!

 

 

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