How Do I Find the Right Career?

Your Career Here - Small Flag on a Map Background.How do I find the right career that suits my skill set and my personality type? Choosing your career path will be one of the most important decisions that you will ever make in your life. In fact, it is a decision that will mould the rest of your life!

Here at Seza Isizwe, we will assist you in analysing two very important factors when it comes to choosing a career. Firstly, we will help you to pinpoint your interests and, secondly, we will help you to pinpoint your talents. The key to finding a great career is discovering the balance that exists between what you enjoy doing and what you actually do well. You need to ensure that you are properly informed with regard to the many different options out there. This type of information is essential if you are to make the right career choice for YOU.

Listen to your heart

How many times have you heard someone say: “I did not know that there were so many career options, I only did what I was told by my teacher or my parents”? We recognize that most people do not “choose” their careers, their careers are chosen for them. We provide career guidance because we recognize that if one does not know the options that are available, they are likely to make the wrong career choice. While it is important to listen to advice from people who have ‘been there and done that’, it is also important for you to listen to your heart. After all, this is entirely your decision to make!

Career guidance ensures that we match the student’s passion to the appropriate career. Passion also informs us what drives the person, and it is this drive that will prove most valuable when there are challenges and obstacles within their working life. Along with general career guidance and support, our team is also able to ensure that you understand the many intricacies that exist within the workplace. This goes for anything and everything including making a great first impression, dressing appropriately for the work environment and building constructive, productive relationships.