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Job Search Planner

Creating a realistic and obtainable career plan is often an essential part of career growth, as well as your personal growth and development. It makes you aware of your strength and weaknesses and the skills and knowledge that are required to achieve your goals.

Having goals in place gives you direction as well as a clear picture of where you see yourself in the future. Developing a career plan can make major objectives that seem impossible become much more manageable.

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