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There are many times in Life where we face Up's and Down's and this many a times happens with us with regards to the career. But our work is to get the way from such difficult situations. You have come to the right place to seek the solution to your career query.
Ajay you have not mentioned much about you like currently what you have been studying and how you have failed in your career etc?
If you write us back on this that will be really helpful for us to know the things and guide you on those notes.
Many a times it happens that we choose a career which we think would be perfect and good for us but later we realise that the career option that we have selected is not working for us.While selecting a career we carry different we mostly seek the guidance of our parents/teachers/siblings/friends. On their guidance we choose a career option finding it not to be good for us.
While selecting a career we do not consider many of the things that are to be considered before selecting any career lke
1. Research about a particular options- its future need and scope
2.We dont see where our interest lies.
3.Strengths and Weakness
5.Skills and Abilities
These are some of the important key factors that one should consider while selecting the career option. Just give a thought whether you have considered these things while selecting the career option for you.
Whereas in order to get an idea of above mentioned things I would suggest you to go for the CareerGuide.com Ideal Career Test which will give you a clear picture which career is good for you and in which you can succeed.
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