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Before you start planning your career, take some time to think about yourself. What are you good at? What areas could you improve in? This self-reflection helps you figure out what you want to do for work. Doing a self-assessment can show you what skills you already have and what you might need to learn to get a certain job or work in a particular industry. Find out more about why this is important.

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You can visit a local employment center to meet with a career counsellor who will provide personalized guidance to help you begin planning your career. They can assess your abilities, interests, and personality traits to suggest potential careers that may suit you well. Whether you’re starting a new career, considering a change, or advancing in your current one, career counsellors can assist you in gaining a deeper understanding of yourself, your strengths, and your aspirations. They’ll collaborate with you to support your journey toward achieving your desired career path.

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Explore the Role of Labor Market Information (LMI) in Guiding Education and Career Choices. LMI provides insights into trends and opportunities, supporting decisions for new career paths, job changes, relocations, and skill enhancement.

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