A career path doesn’t need to be a straight line up the career ladder. Career paths traditionally imply vertical growth or advancement to higher level positions but they can also entail lateral movement within or across industries.
The average person changes jobs ten to fifteen times during their career. Those changes can involve different types of positions in different industries. In fact, some people even plan a move down the career ladder.
Whichever way a career path takes, it is designed to provide increased satisfaction of a worker's career values and needs by targeting a series of jobs designed to get them to their career goal.
Topics that are being discussed:
# Career Path Definition
# Examples of Career Paths
# Career Path, Where to Begin?
# You Owe Yourself a Career Path Plan
# How to Develop a Career Path
# Create Your Own Career Path
# Determining Your Career Path
# Top 10 Ways to Find Your Career Path
# 3 Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re Questioning Your Career Path
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