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Your Questions About How To Find A New Career

Mark asks…

How do I start a career without even a job?

I am unemployed and have a bachelors degree, 30 yo, broke, and need $$$. I want to start my career doing something, but lack the experience how does a man jump start his career and get the ball rolling? What are the 1st steps and so forth? Seriously I need to do something with my life and break out of the mold.

New Niche Finder answers:

By definition, a career is a series of jobs. So the first step in a career is-without question-to get a job! As far as how to get a job, there are a million sites with advice about that. The best advice is to network with people you know to find out about job openings and opportunities where they work or with other people they know, rather than applying for jobs where you don’t know anyone.

Jenny asks…

How do you become passionate about a career?

I want to become passionate about a career path, but I can’t make up my mind about a specific career since I don’t know what I’m really passionate about. I enjoy research, and that’s about all I know so far. Any ideas – how do you become passionate?

New Niche Finder answers:

Just pick a career that you really interested in.

John asks…

What is the best site to go to help determine a career path?

I’m getting a second chance on my career. I totally whiffed on the first one and am in a position to pursue education that will help me achieve my dream career. Problem is, I only know that what I’m currently doing is not the long term answer both financially and from a fulfillment standpoint. I know what I enjoy, but not necessarily what I want to do. What is the best career profile site to go to determine my ideal career? I’m willing to pay but not an exorbinant amount.

New Niche Finder answers:

Go to Salary.com. You need to know how much you will make as a starting salary as well as how much you can expect to make as you gain more experience in different career paths. You need to do something that is in demand and something that pays you enough to make a living. I have degrees and experience in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I am now driving a pole lift in a carpet mill. I would not suggest these 2 majors. The government is lying about there not being enough people and having to import technical people. The American technical people are here and they just don’t want to pay us what we went to school for. Start with doing research in a health care field. That seems to be the safe bet right now.

Steven asks…

What exactly in the natal chart is considered when it comes to finding the best suited career?

A career that will bring us success and happiness. A career in which we would be the most passionate and motivated about. (You get the idea) Something we would feel fulfilled in and that would quench our inner needs.

Is it Jupiter that is looked at?
What else?

New Niche Finder answers:

The 10th house:
(1) The sign on the cusp of the 10th house (the cusp of the 10th house is the Midheaven aka Medium Coeli aka the M.C.).
(2) Whatever aspects any of the planets make to the M.C.
(3) The ruler of the sign on the cusp of the 10th house: what planet is the ruler, the sign IT is in, the house IT is in, and – MOST importantly – the aspects that other planets make to this ruler.
(4) Any planets that are IN the 10th house: the planet itself, the sign it is in, the house(s) it rules, and most importantly, any aspects it makes in the chart.

Jupiter represents our need to reach out and incorporate more of the outside world into ourselves … It deals with tolerance, with overall philosophical approach to life, with understanding society and fitting into it, with cultural understanding, with optimism and wanting to reach out … Etc.

Planets are inner needs.
Career is not an inner need. Career is an area of life .. The houses represent various areas of life (for the MC, it is your “home” in the outside world … I.e., your career).

Thomas asks…

Can a homeschooler get career guidance from a counselor in a public school?

Can a homeschooler get career guidance from a counselor in a public school?
I’m home schooled and I’m super confused about my career options. Someone told me that I should look into seeing a career guidance counselor at my local public school district, but I don’t know if that’s even allowed without being actually enrolled into the system? Who would I even contact about that? I live in Minnesota if that helps.

New Niche Finder answers:

Just call the local school district and ask. However, I don’t feel that you should rely too much on what a career counselor has to say. Yes, they may be able to give you some ideas, but just about anyone can do that. Also, be prepared for them not to help you. Most public school workers are contracted to the school and can’t work with people outside of the school district.

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