We all dream of finding that perfect career that makes us happy and best suits our interests. In today’s innovative world filled with lots of job opportunities and a growing need for skills, we have a lot of options laid out for us.
The big problem is, finding that perfect career of your choice that best suits you can be a huge challenge for anyone which is why we have some people who are unhappy with their career choices.
Alison recently launched a creative feature for its users known as the Alison Career Guide that focuses on helping learners choose their perfect career path.
Alison’s career guide is a practical interface that helps you find your ideal career using a 4-step guide that enables one to explore different industries, paths and occupations.
Each industry and occupation has a description that helps you understand what career best matches your interests, personality and experience.
The Alison career guide is a practical interface that helps you find your ideal career
The 4-step guide starts with industries to allow one to get an idea of the different types of sectors around the world that is Health, IT, Agriculture or Government to mention but a few.
The second step is the career path where you get to choose options within your industry of interest best suited for your skills. For example, within the finance industry one can pursue a career in fields of banking, accounting or insurance.
Once step 1 and 2 are done, then you move on to step 3 where you get to select an occupation within your career path which you think is the best fit for you before moving on to the fourth step.
In step-4, after you have discovered your perfect occupation you then equip yourself with the needed skills by studying the various courses provided by Alison.
This new feature presents a lot of opportunities for youth that feel lost and are unable to decide what career path best fits their interests. With the right application, learning institutions can take advantage of this in preparing their students’ career path.
Are you ready to build your career? Then sign up for the Alison Career Guide and set yourself up for a brighter future.