Each school graduate wonders which profession to choose? The question is quite complicated, and the answer to this question must be sought carefully, weighing all the pros and cons of.
The very first way needs to decide on the scope of activity, with what you want to receive from your future work, with your future wage. After all, it will not be advisable to want to become a programmer or accountant, having three balls in mathematics.
It is important to take a career guidance test. Such a test will help you decide on your future profession. Such tests, as a rule, have many questions about various subjects – physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, and so on. The test will not only tell you the most suitable profession, but also evaluate the level of your intelligence.
It is important to assess the level of employment and the prestige of your chosen profession. It should be borne in mind that at the time you graduate from the university, and this will happen in about five years, the prestige of your profession may fall. It is best to learn about the demand for your profession in the newspaper, under the collection of ads.
There are several factors that affect the choice of a future profession.
The most important factor is your parents and you yourself. It all depends on your desire and on the advice of your parents. Parents will not want a bad one, so it is worth listening to their opinion.
An important role is played by wages. However, you should not get hung up only on it, since many have an opinion that it does not matter where to work, the main thing is that the wages should be high. And after school, many schoolgirls go to work as a dancer in strip clubs, and the guys go north in search of a high salary. However, career growth should also be taken into account. After all, at first the wages of the waitress, who went to work immediately after graduation, will be equal to the earnings of a junior bank employee who graduated from the university. But after 5 years after 5 years, the salary of a bank employee will increase and leave behind the waiter.
You need to have an interest in the profession. At the work from which you do not enjoy, you will not linger for a long time. If you like work, then you will not get tired.
An important factor is the training itself. Some graduates refuse the profession they liked only because they will need to go to another city for training. And in the end, they enter the university of their city for a profession with which nothing connects them. Also, paying for training plays an important role. Often people simply do not have enough funds for paid training.