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Featured resource: Career story – Finding a career path after a general degree

This week’s EmployABILITY thinking resource is titled Finding a career path after a general degree and it comes from our Career Story series.

This career story comes from a university graduate who completed her double degree in visual arts and Arabic. The account is a great resource for understanding how many people try multiple jobs to determine where their interests and lifestyle will fit best. The resource includes two questions for guided reflections.

At the back of the resource, you will find more information as well as sample questions on learning from biographies and career stories.

We have also developed an educator guide on how to use career stories with students. If you have other career stories to share, please let us know.

Finding a career path after a general degree is most effective if students have first created a personalised employABILITY profile as part of the 6-step Developing EmployABILITY process.

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