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Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing a Job You'll Love by Sue Kaiden

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Developing Your Career Plan

Alisa Cohn

You’ve spent a lot of time in introspection and exploration. In the last three chapters, you were a detective, uncovering the clues of who you are and what would be a good fit for you. Now you get to be a navigator—taking all the data and creating a map to guide you on your next steps on the career journey.

You will synthesize the data to form one (or two) pretty good targets of where you might want to go. Then you will begin to narrow down the options to home in on what companies and roles you are going to target.

You may want to leave your existing workplace or find something else within your current environment. You may be a first-time job entrant, midcareer, or even in the later stages of your career. ...

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