What Is The Best Way To Choose A Career?

Part 5 of 6 in the Series: How To Change Careers
How To Choose A New Career
How To Choose A New Career

After witnessing the challenges in the lives of professionals dealing with under-performance, under-achievement, stress, anxiety, career stagnation, anger, depression or financial failure; I decided to write this article on how to make better career choices.

Choosing the right career is important because you spend the major part of your day (9 to 11 hours) at work. If you make the wrong career choice, you will put yourself in a painful, challenging situation.

So, choosing the right career ranks as one of the most important decisions you will ever make in your life.

Do You Want to Learn SAS Data Analysis?

Part 12 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
How to Find a Well Paying Job?
How to Find a Well Paying Job?

What do you do when you apply for a job and realize that you don’t have all the software skills listed on the job posting?

You may decide to stop your job search and get training or certifications in all the software packages listed on the job posting.

But what if these are enterprise software packages costing thousands of dollars to learn, then what?

And what if you are talking about not just one but multiple software packages?

Would Certifications Help My Job Search?

Part 21 of 26 in the Series: Why Can't I Find A Job?
Will Certifications Help Me Get A Job?
Will Certifications Help Me Get A Job?

In this post, I would discuss the value of certifications in a job search or the demand for certifications by employers.

  1. Certifications Help You Standout In A Competitive Job Market

    In a competitive job market, where everyone has a lot of experience and educational qualifications, getting certifications may help you standout.

  2. Certification As A Legal Requirement

    In some professions or jobs, getting certified by a board, council or a body is a legal accreditation requirement. So, you need to be certified as a competent professional or risk facing some form of legal action or prosecution.