Educating yourself in order to develop questions to discuss among people that are already working, will help in deciding your career.
Don't just assume what the field is like go and ask questions and get a feeling of the atmosphere, and get acquainted with your prospective work place before you dive into the field.
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Informational interview sure helps in decision making, hearing the experiences of people and their jobs
How can I plan my career path using SMART & SWOT ?
Talk to persons that are in the career that you want to pursue in order to have a fair knowledge of what it is about. Ensure that it is something that you love and you will do well at it
The information provided in this section is relative to researching a career of interest. According to the information provided in this section, information interviews provides the most effective method to researching a career as well as network.
Get as much info as you can by informational interviews to see if a certain career is really on you want to take.
Sometimes, we are confusing what do we really want to do in future. The interview gave good messages and eg for me.
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So, I grew up very typically. White male in the suburbs have the usual influences. As I mentioned, my father was a doctor. His friends were lawyers, then real estate. I just did not really know what I want to do. I did not like medicine. I sort of did not really have in particular a penny to the sciences and I thought when I was an undergraduate at Burgundy, I thought well, lawyer, that sounds good. I mean, I can stay in school. It is very intellectual. That will be a great thing to do. So, I got a legal internship after my junior year undergraduate and I have the luck, the good fortune. One of my parents' good friends, with the O'Connor that live the one the street and Sandra O'Connor became the Supreme Court justice when I was a kid and so I have this good connection in Washington. She helped me get an internship and she set me up with lots of people in the law, so people in corporate law, people in litigation, people that were prosecutors. They have all this information interviews, and I would recommend sort of point one of tonight is, do as much informational interviewing as you can. The more you can talk to people about what they like, what they do not like about their jobs, will save yourself lots of pain. And I was luckily able to save myself from those informational interviews, a lot of pain because I would have not been a very effective attorney. It turns out that every single attorney I spoke with, I came away with the impression after I have lunch or coffee whatever we did. Wow, here she does not really like their job. And so I met with Justice O'Connor at the end of the summer and I said, "Oh, thank you so much for the internship." Thank you for setting me up with all these informational interviews. It was really interesting but people did not seem to like their job that much, so I am not going to become a lawyer but I definitely want to go to law school because I think it is good general education independent of what I want to be later. So, you please right me a letter of recommendation. I want to go to Yale Law School. I think that would be a great place for me and she gave me advice which I never forgotten and I have passed on to others which is, law school is a very specific education targeting the law and not very generalizably applicable, particularly if you want to do business. And I asked a couple of people if they felt the same way. People said yeah, law school is really about becoming a lawyer, in fact, that was surprising to me but I decided not to go to law school after that.
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