Career Plan Analysis

Career Plan Analysis
Fertina Bryant
March 12, 2015
Instructor:   Cherlyn Conner

Career Plan Analysis
Searching for the right career choice in life is not an easy task. There are a few important points to take into consideration when searching. The career path must be a profession in which the individual likes or doesn't mind doing through the course of his entire professional career. The author believes that the Career Interests Profiler can be applied to her career choices in several ways. First the Career Interests Profiler gives her an opportunity to network with many in the same profession as her. Second, she can seek out the great diversity of opportunities available to her that she might not otherwise knew existed before the Career Interests Profiler. Finally, the author will always appear presentable to promote herself to interested employers searching for great people who are knowledgeable and experienced in particular areas (Myers, 2015).
Future Use of the Career Interests Profiler
When trying the land the perfect job, making the perfect sum of monies the author believe it is who you know and the vast amount of experience he or she might possess (Myers, 2015). For example, many organizations put their offspring through school so that they can take over the family business when the time comes around. It does not mean that they have the knowledge to run the company when he or she presents employed, but along the way he or she is trained how to run the business and the process proves essential to the growth the individual. The author believes that you can get a thousand no's but one yes could make every difference to a company in the long run.
Sometimes it remains a challenging task finding the best available job for the knowledge and experience and individual provides. Knowing how to play in the field, searching for those available opportunities, and becoming an expert in identifying with the companies the individuals apply for is...