Consider your morals, interests, and soft skills. Make a list of your strengths right now.
Identifying your goals in life will help you understand yourself as a whole person, not just someone with a job.
The firsthand knowledge and honest opinions they give you could help steer you in the right direction.
There could be careers that you never considered or thought of on your list. Compiling your options is an excellent starting point when you start to explore specific careers in more detail.
Now that you have some options to explore, it’s time for some basic research into the careers you have on your list right now.
Narrowing down your list based on your research helps focus your decision.
Trust the research and effort you’ve put into this decision, and understand that you aren’t making a life-long commitment with no chance of going back.
Career planning isn’t just deciding what job you want, but also how you’re going to get there. Write out what you need to accomplish.