What is Career Guidance?
Career guidance is the process of helping individuals (school/college students or professionals) in making adequate educational and occupational choices and in taking career decisions based on the demand and requirements of the future of work.
Career guidance helps individuals make a shift from the general understanding of life and work to a more specific understanding of the realistic and practical career options that are available to them.
According to Collins dictionary,
“Career Guidance refers to the advice and information about careers that helps individuals, esp. young people, decide on a career and also teaches them how to pursue their chosen career.”
How my students earn and learn with my Course packs and Career guidance
I provide Course packs for top you to become best in jobs. I try and help each and every student to build best skills, get some earning and also study for their government exams. No one want to spend their time in just studying they also want to earn and learn. I help every student and suggest some of the ways of full time , part time earning like jobs in any company, apprenticeship, part time BPO jobs, data entry jobs etc and also financial helps to not waste like other websites and apps which waste the life of student.
I use the RAISEC method to help students.
The letters in RIASEC stand for:
Realistic – Practical, Physical, Hands-on, Tool-oriented
Investigative – Analytical, Intellectual, Scientific, Explorative
Artistic – Creative, Original, Independent, Chaotic
Social – Cooperative, Supporting, Helping, Healing/Nurturing
Enterprising – Competitive Environments, Leadership, Persuading
Conventional – Detail-oriented, Organizing, Clerical
The system was developed by Dr. John L. Holland, an academic psychologist. His theory is also known as the RIASEC system.
Dr. Holland’s theory proposes that there are six broad areas into which all careers can be classified. These same six areas can be used to describe people, their personalities and interests. For instance, Building careers are those that involve working with tools or machinery (e.g. carpenter, mechanic, or airline pilot). People with Building interests are typically practical types who like working with their hands and creating a tangible product.
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Take a look at each of the groups who benefit from career guidance :
- Class 9th and 10th students: Students of class 9th and 10th who are at the edge of making the most vital career decision i.e. of choosing a stream to pursue for higher education benefit the most.
- Class 11th and 12th students: Students at this phase struggle a lot and often feel pressurised to make career choices based on others’ opinions.
- College graduates/ Working professionals: According to the economic times report, only about 20% of the employees are satisfied with their jobs.