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How can career guidance help?

Career guidance is a process in which individuals are assisted in choosing the most suitable career path for them. This process involves the exploration and alignment of interests, abilities, values ​​and the needs of the labor market. The goal of career guidance is for people to find a career in which they can be successful and satisfied.

The goals of career guidance

1. Develop self-awareness: It helps individuals to learn about their own interests, abilities and values.
2. Obtaining information: It provides information about different careers, professions, further training opportunities and current trends in the labor market.
3. Decision-making support: It helps individuals in making informed career choices and career planning.
4. Skill Development: Develops skills necessary for successful career selection and career development, such as resume writing, job hunting, and interview techniques

The process of career guidance

1. Self-Knowledge Stage: In this stage, individuals discover their own interests, abilities, values ​​and personality traits using various tests and questionnaires.
2. Information gathering: Individuals gather information about different careers, training opportunities, workplace expectations and labor market trends. This may include attending trade days, open days, career fairs and online resources.
3. Counseling and Consultation: In a one-on-one consultation with a career counselor, individuals can discuss their options and receive advice on choosing the most appropriate career path. The consultant helps identify strengths and weaknesses and suggests next steps.
4. Decision Making and Planning: Individuals consider the information and advice obtained and then make a decision about further education or career choice. After that, specific plans are made to achieve the goals, including choosing education or training programs, finding a job, and developing the necessary skills.

Career guidance methods and tools

1. Career Orientation Tests: These tests are used to explore an individual's interests, abilities and personality and help identify suitable careers.
2. Informational Interviews: Individuals can talk to professionals who are already working in the field to gain first-hand information about the expectations and opportunities in the profession.
3. Career Portals and Databases: Online resources that provide detailed information on various careers, training opportunities and job opportunities.
4. Workshops and Trainings: Professional development programs aimed at improving job search skills, resume writing, interviewing techniques and other career building skills.

The actors of career guidance

1. Counselors: Career counselors, psychologists, school counselors and career coaches who provide professional assistance to individuals in choosing a career.
2. Educational institutions: Schools, universities and training centers that provide information and advice on further education and training opportunities.
3. Labor offices: Public and private labor organizations that provide information on labor market trends, job opportunities and career opportunities.

Career guidance is therefore a comprehensive process that helps individuals find the most suitable career path for them and provides support in successful career choice and career building.


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Noémi Horváth Psychologist