Join Valerie Sutton for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring industry segments, part of Managing Your Career.
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Now that we've discussed roles and how to research them, let's talk about where…you can perform these roles.…Examples of industry are healthcare, higher education, or investment banking,…just to name a few.…The industries that you focus on for your search will depend a great deal on the…knowledge that you want to use and the work culture that best fits your needs.…Researching industries can be complex, so having a complete profile is important.…There are a variety of resources that will help you get started in making your decision.…
A good place to start is with O*NET. This is a fantastic source to get a…perspective of the occupations, working conditions, job prospects, training,…development, and the nature of various industries.…The Harvard Business School's Baker Library is an online source for specific…information by industry.…They have research guides that include overviews, associations, and specific companies.…Some of the information is free to the public, other resources you may have to…seek out at your local library.…
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- Identifying your skills, knowledge, and qualifications
- Considering lifestyle choices
- Completing a career profile
- Researching possible roles
- Exploring different industries
- Researching salary ranges
- Performing a gap analysis