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Building a meaningful career as a psychology grad – dispelling misconceptions, and a systematic approach to exploring career options PART 2 by Win Ee

There are some approaches and tools out there to help you figure out some of challenges we faced mentioned in the last post, but I’d like to introduce them in the context of my 5-step career exploration framework that I have developed in my experience with coachees and mentees to map out how they should approach this problem of finding out what is it that they would like to do: AwarenessDiscoveryExperimentationEvaluationValidationAwareness. This phase is about understanding yourself, so that you can figure out what are some jobs/careers you are interested in. Self-insight is critical to building a meaningful life. What is it that you value? What do you desire? What are your strengths and weaknesses? In knowing yourself, you have a better chance at finding and doing something fulfilling. Figuring this out (it’s a process!) would go a long way in building a picture of your future, and working backwards from that end view will tell you what you need to do to achieve it.
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Building a meaningful career as a psychology grad – dispelling misconceptions, and a systematic approach to exploring career options PART 1 by Win Ee

4 best tips for better engagement in online learning by Samuel Low

Xav: What should I do now that my internship & job prospects are affected by the Covid-19?

The Psychological Impact of Social Distancing During Circuit Breaker by Athena Khoo

CoVID-19: 8 tips to remain mentally sane at home

PAUSE by Wei Hong