How does CWIN Infotech grow your career?
The career decision-making process is ongoing throughout your professional life and as your career progresses, you may find yourself using this process again.
STEP 1: SELF-ASSESSMENT
First assess your interests, values, and personality to develop an understanding of your technical and transferable skills.
- Skills: Communication skills are valued in all roles, making them highly transferable.
- Interests: Your interests may change as you are introduced to new areas of study and new experiences. Reflecting on your interests, in conjunction with your skills, personality, and values is an important step in the self-assessment process.
- Personality: Your unique characteristics influence your thoughts, behaviors, decisions, and how you engage with the world.
- Values: Making choices consistent with your values is a key component of career satisfaction.
STEP 2: IDENTIFY AND RESEARCH OPTIONS
IT is among the jobs we know, but there are thousands of other jobs, and more are created as industries evolve. Explore the range of career options and don’t limit yourself to careers with which you are familiar.
STEP 3: EVALUATE AND PRIORITIZE
It is important to undergo a reality check for each career area you’re exploring, weigh the pros and cons, and evaluate how it matches up with who you are and what you want. Use the following questions to guide your reflection.
- What is your initial reaction to the career field after your research?
- What appealed to you about the field? What didn’t appeal to you?
- What skills, knowledge, or experience will you need to be competitive for entry in this field?
STEP 4: TAKE ACTION AND TRY OPTIONS
Now it’s time to try out these career options and gain some experience, through internships, part-time jobs, and experience with us.
STEP 5: REFLECT AND RE-EVALUATE
During and after an experience, take time to evaluate and reflect.