Before anything, you should be mindful of your existing skills as you begin to define your career plan. Exploring the job market will then be so much easier!
First, look at your professional development: recall your achievements, list your skills and evaluate your strengths - in other words, take note of everything you’ve acquired through your professional and personal experiences so far.
Doing this will strengthen your confidence in yourself and your talents!
“If you don’t know where you’ve come from, you can’t know where you’re going” recalls the adage.
Based on this assessment, you’ll then be able to determine your career plan. Not only will you be able to identify your target profession, but also your preferred sectors of activity, type of company and regions or countries, all adapted to your ambitions as well as your skills, experiences and abilities.
Lastly, you’ll explore the job market, find out what it can offer and what may suit you best. The aim is to achieve the goals you have set for yourself. There are many realities in the work world; it is up to you to monitor job offers, observe trends, take risks and meet new people. All this will help things to fall into place and allow you to find what's right for you.