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The goal of completing your degree is to help you find your dream job and work with a sense of passion and happiness.

According to the Washington Post only 13% of people actually like going to work Coopersmith Coaches want to help you be one of the 13%. Let’s start with some suggested career paths for you to explore. Why not just get a general Ba or BSc as quickly as possible and then move on to graduate school or law school? (There are many graduate programs that don’t require pre-requisites, just a general Ba or BSc degree. You can choose a general path but taking a focused sequence won’t slow you down: it will open doors to explore opportunities and interests you may not have considered. Advantages to taking a sequence of courses while completing your degree.

  1. Develop a skill set and focused knowledge about a profession.
  2. Leads to entry level job in a specific area.
  3. Decide for minimal investment if this is the right career before committing to graduate school.
  4. Use the skills to start your own business and enter the world of entrepreneurship.

Included on each Career Path page is a link to O’net Online for that particular career. O’Net allows you to explore career options in particular fields. Play with the site and find ways to use your knowledge and skills to identify career options within your chosen field. Here is the O’net home page to explore any occupation other than our listing. Once you find an area of interest call a Coopersmith Academic Coach and we will help you plan a personal career path.  888.910.2667 / info@coopersmithcc.net

https://www.onetonline.org/

In the upper right corner of O’net ‘s home page is a search bar called: Occupation Quick Search: Type in a career of interest and a list of options will appear. You will be surprised when you learn about all the options you didn’t think of. O’net is a great tool to career discovery. Here are suggested sequences of courses that allows you to learn and decide if this is the career path for you. Click on any one for details: