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5 Ways to Find the Right Career.

For many professionals, it reaches a time in their lives when they feel they are no longer moving in their careers. It becomes dreary to wake up in the morning and go to the same desk or factory floor. So, here’s how you can revitalize a career which is headed downhill.

1. Research the future of your Profession.
The first and perhaps most important step that all workers should take right now is to begin researching trends in their industry.
"Many employees don't realize that industry downsizing will affect their jobs until it's too late. But in this
Kenyan economy, you should be on the lookout for telltale signs,". "One key question to ask yourself is if there have been major layoffs or consolidations in companies similar to yours."
Not only is this a good way to forecast your job security, it could give you clues about the next big thing in your industry or a related profession so you can begin searching for opportunities there.

2. Focus on Your Skill, Not Your Industry
If you find out your industry is in trouble, it doesn't mean you need to spend a lot of money going back to school. Instead, focus on what you are particularly good at and see where you can apply the skills you have already learned.
"The people who do best in a difficult workforce are the most flexible, so focus on where you're flexible.
Even if you are in a dying field, you can use certain skills within the dying profession to apply for jobs in other professions. Focus on the subset of your job, rather than the sector you're in, and transfer that skill to another sector."
3. Update Your Resume.
As part of this, it may also be necessary to give your resume a makeover to play up your skillset, rather than your dying profession.
Part of updating your resume may mean leaving off certain jobs you've worked, or even making slight changes to the positions that you've had.

4. Pay Attention to the Professions of the Future
While many positions in the country are gradually being handled by machines, some jobs will always need people.
"Many careers in fields such as health care, education and information technology simply cannot be automated," "That is something that any job seeker should consider when looking at a career change."

5. Gain some IT skills.
Regardless of which industry you choose to pursue, in order to secure your job prospects going forward, it is absolutely essential now to get comfortable with a computer, as this is quickly becoming a requirement for jobs in all major professions.
"Whatever field one wants to go into, they need to understand the information age." "Plumbers, maintenance workers, roofers and more all need to understand how to use the computer and internet these days. There's no way around it."


  1. Iam a student doing commerce
    wanted to ask about the specific
    differences between a
    specialization in finance and
    another one in accounting n the
    marketability of either

    1. The term accounting generally relates to standards and rules – Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) – for setting up, recording, reporting and auditing the accounting records of an organization. Careers in accounting work with journal entries, bank reconciliations, invoicing, quarterly and annual financial reports, taxes and similar processes that relate to the daily operation of a business.

      Finance, on the other hand, focuses on the monetary resources and the analysis of the profitability of the organization.This includes issues related to money, assets, banking, investments and credit. Careers in finance look at how organizations allocate and use monetary resources over a period of time, and people in finance frequently deal with others outside the organization such as government agencies, banks, stockholders and suppliers.

      Here’s an easy way to look at it. People who work in accounting account for what has already taken place. People who work in finance analyze what the future might hold.

      Careers Related to Finance and Accounting

      If you decide to get a degree in accounting, the types of careers that you might consider include:

      Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
      Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
      Accounting Manager

      While a degree in finance might also net you one of the careers above, those who choose to get a degree in finance generally choose careers such as:

      Commercial or Investment Banker
      Financial Services Broker
      Financial Manager
      Financial Advisor
      Financial Analyst or Planner

      Naturally, these are just a few of the possible careers that an accounting or finance major might consider. However, what is important to remember is that choosing which degree to obtain is completely dependant on what course of study interests you most.

      Are you the type that likes to follow the rules, balance the books, and know where each and every penny has been spent? Perhaps you even manage your personal budget with laser-like accuracy. You should probably consider a degree in accounting. However, if you prefer to speculate on the markets, analyze the risk of investments, and look at the long-term financial market, a degree in finance is probably a better choice.

      Keep in mind that whichever you choose – accounting or finance – they are complimentary fields and a good choice for a career.