WHY SIGN UP?
Finding the Right Career Path
One of the biggest decisions you will make in your life is selecting a career that will make you happy. In the future most individuals will have at least 3-5 careers during their lifetime. Most schools do an excellent job of teaching Math, English, and Science. However, for the majority of students these courses do not provide enough information to make an in-depth personal career decision. A minimal amount of time is spent on career investigation and comprehensive self-assessment. School counselors are overloaded with other responsibilities to provide the kind of time needed to assist students with true career investigation. With today’s expanding world and ever-changing technology, it is too costly in terms of time and money not to be better prepared.
Choosing a career that takes into consideration all of your skills, values, and interests, provides you with the keys for a successful and happy lifestyle career.
Whether your 16 or 70 years old, Stan Rosen can offer his extensive knowledge of the job market, vast experience in career assessment and investigation, strong educational background, and his positive attitude to help you develop a successful career plan that integrates your personal skills, values, and interests.
Contact Stan for a FREE CONSULTATION to see if Career Lifestyles is the right fit for you.
PLANNING FOR COLLEGE: THE REAL COST
The cost of a 4 year college education can range from $20,000 – $40,000 per year.
- Many students are now attending colleges for 5-6 years because they made decisions without extensive personal assessment and career investigation.
- Not only is that a potential loss of $40,000 – $80,000 for 2 extra years in school, but a loss of another $80,000 – $120,000 potential in lost wages that could have been earned by being in the workforce after 4 years of college.
- Are you feeling satisfied with your current job? If not, you are not alone. 52.3% of employees are unhappy at work, according to a report by the Conference Board, the New York-based nonprofit research group.
Why wait to make the change to a better career?