Essays on Appropriate Job Target Taking into Account My Existing Skills, Knowledge and Experience Case Study

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The paper "Appropriate Job Target Taking into Account My Existing Skills, Knowledge and Experience" is a perfect example of a business case study.   Adoption of an appropriate job profile is often regarded as one of the most challenging options presented by the current job market. Subjected to various influences and economic drivers, the adoption of an appropriate career profile is recognised to be very important for self-development, particularly when considered from an individualistic perspective. It is this particular requisite that makes the proper use of networking channels quite important to address the specific job profile, to suffice the need of the chosen career option.

Based on my personal experience, I do support this notion positively. When identifying an appropriate career option, I had to face a large number of challenges as well as confusions perhaps owing to the similarities borne by my chosen career field of a corporate lawyer and other advisory professional roles. However, gradually I have been able to overcome all these challenges and the confusions I was facing, with the adoption of a particular career path and the most fruitful channels through which, I could select the job profile I was most interested in (Zimmerman, 2000).

On the verge of completing my education, I wished for a job profile of a lawyer in a reputed company, which would have been a very prestigious position for any committed youth. With this intention, I began to search for jobs after the final exams of my course were over and I had no compulsion to invest my time into regular studies. Though I had decided to do a job, as I found, the market conditions of a job were very crucial in nature.

My nervousness increased when I learnt that many of my friends and relatives were going through a phase of unemployment or dissatisfaction in their job profile, as they had chosen the wrong career option. However, their failure helped me understand that choosing the correct career option was very essential to gain satisfaction in life. I did not however lose the hope of being selected by a very good firm in a respective position, as I was confident enough in my skills (Zimmerman, 2000).

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