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求职英语:常见的10个择业误区

已有 118 次阅读  2012-03-23 16:34
Forget What You’ve Heard About Choosing a Career
  忘记你听到的那些关于择业的说法吧
  Do you think you know everything about choosing a career? Many people think they know the right way to go about picking an occupation, but they often wind up choosing a career that is unsatisfying. Here are ten myths of choosing a career that can help you make an informed decision.
  你觉得自己知道所有关于择业的事吗?很多人都认为自己知道正确的择业方法,但是最后都选择了自己不满意的职位。以下写出的十个择业的误区可以助你做出明智的选择:
  1. Choosing a career is simple
  择业其实很简单
  Actually, choosing a career is an involved process and you should give it the time it deserves. Career planning is a multi-step process that involves learning enough about yourself and the occupations which you are considering in order to make an informed decision.
  实际上,择业是一个涉及到很多事情的过程,你应该花足够的时间来对待它。职业规划是一个包括很多步骤的过程,包括充分地了解自己,了解你正在考虑的职业,这样才能做出深谋远虑的抉择。
  2. A career counselor can tell me what occupation to pick
  职业顾问可以告诉我选择什么样的职业
  A career counselor, or any other career development professional, can’t tell you what career is best for you. He or she can provide you with guidance in choosing a career and can help facilitate your decision.
  职业顾问,或其他的职业发展专家,都不能告诉你什么样的职业适合你。他们只是可以在你择业的时候为你提供指导,能够在你做出决定的过程中起到推动作用。
  3. I can’t make a living from my hobby
  我不能用我的爱好谋生
  Says who? When choosing a career, it makes perfect sense to choose one that is related to what you enjoy doing in your spare time, if you so desire. In addition people tend to become very skilled in their hobbies, even though most of the skill is gained informally.
  谁说的?在择业的时候,如果你希望的话,选择和自己业余兴趣有关的工作是最好的。另外,人在自己感兴趣的事情上都会做得非常出色,即使这些技能是通过非正式的途径得到的。
  4. I should choose a career from a "Best Careers" list
  我应该从一个“最好的职业”清单上选择一份工作
  Every year, especially during milestoneyears, i.e. the beginning of a new decade, there are numerous articles and books that list what "the experts" predict will be "hot jobs." It can’t hurt to look at those lists to see if any of the careers on it appeal to you, but you shouldn’t use the list to dictate your choice. While the predictions are often based on valid data, sometimes things change. Way too often what is hot this year won’t be hot a few years from now. In addition, you need to take into account your interests, values, and skills when choosing a career. Just because the outlook for an occupation is good, it doesn’t mean that occupation is right for you.
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