Career counseling is a very effective tool for helping people get clear about what they want their lives to be about. It might consist of a single session that serves as a catalyst for making change, or it could involve a series of meetings in which individuals evaluate their career lives and take action toward greater fulfillment.
Career counseling can focus on a specific topic, or can include a broad range of issues. It is not, however, a job placement service and should not be confused with programs that place people into jobs.
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Who Benefits from Career Counseling?
People at mid-life who are seeking other avenues for career expression
Anyone who has been laid off, fired, down-sized or who is bored or dissatisfied with their current work
Women who have taken time out from their careers to have children and raise families and who wish to re-enter the work force
Those who feel they have made a poor career choice and wish to re-evaluate their options
Young adults who are in the initial stages of establishing a career
Retired individuals who wish to contribute their skills in some way other than how they earned their living
Anyone who wants to re-evaluate their life from a career perspective.
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Why Career Counseling?
Career counseling is a very effective tool for helping people get clear about Careers.