Skip Nav
Disney
Every Disney Fan Should Complete This Incredible Bucket List
Consumerism
16 Cool Amazon Products That Will Change Your Life — All Under $30
Eco
This Homemade Drain Cleaner Will Banish Clogs For Good

Would You Consider Visiting a Career Coach?

Sometimes it takes a little outside help to clearly see the big picture and discover our strengths and true passions, and that might mean seeking the sound advice of a professional.

Career counselors would surely offer a better assessment of the types of jobs that would be most suitable for you than, say, a color test. Would you consider visiting one if you had the funds to do so?

Source

Around The Web
Join The Conversation
bellaressa bellaressa 7 years
I want to, I think I will research to see what is available in my area. Thank you ginandsugar for sharing your story.
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I'd definitely try it out.
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
I'd definitely try it out.
ally14 ally14 7 years
Well I've already chosen my dream job and am working towards it but I know some less than so guided people (my friends) who really have no idea what they're going to do so this is something I'll definetly try to recommend to them!
chatondeneige chatondeneige 7 years
Once I've got my degree finished, I'm so there!
ginandsugar ginandsugar 7 years
I have been working with someone for years and it has been absolutely priceless. Actually no, I CAN put a price on it: $75 an hour visit, 4 times over the past 3 years and $6,000 in compensation increases at a new job I love. It pays for itself. Not to mention I am happier and more focused. Even if you love what you do and don't see yourself making a big change - they can help you look at the big picture. I plan on working for another 40 years and now I have a plan instead of being frustrated about my current position. Sometimes you just need an independent view of things. That being said - find yourself a counselor who is smarter than you, who you respect, and who has connections.
ginandsugar ginandsugar 7 years
I have been working with someone for years and it has been absolutely priceless. Actually no, I CAN put a price on it: $75 an hour visit, 4 times over the past 3 years and $6,000 in compensation increases at a new job I love. It pays for itself. Not to mention I am happier and more focused. Even if you love what you do and don't see yourself making a big change - they can help you look at the big picture. I plan on working for another 40 years and now I have a plan instead of being frustrated about my current position. Sometimes you just need an independent view of things. That being said - find yourself a counselor who is smarter than you, who you respect, and who has connections.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i'm not opposed to it but i think that for right now - i enjoy the concept of my job so i'm ok with what i do. the thing that may come along is when i get older - i'm not sure if i'll want to change careers once i have a family
The Best Time-Management Tips
Dos and Don'ts at Job Interviews
Tips For Using LinkedIn
What Annoys Hiring Managers
Questions Interviewers Want You to Ask
How to Pack For a Business Trip
Things That Waste Your Time at Work

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

From Our Partners
Latest Career & Money
X