Although some strategies may help you achieve your career goals

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Although some strategies may help you achieve your career goals, they may be unacceptable to you on other grounds. What factors should be taken into account when judging the personal acceptability of a career strategy? Have you pursued, avoided, or abandoned a career strategy that was personally unacceptable? What were the consequences of this decision?

Hereby, I would like to illustrate the application of this chapter on my own career strategy:
When developing a career strategy one need to consider several perspectives starting off with the long-term goal that should give us an idea of developing our short-term goals. This topic affects my current lifestage because I will finish my MBA soon and I am currently thinking about the
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Honestly, I do not regret my decision because during my first few working weeks, I realized that the technical environment did not fit to my preferred working environment, even though project management was of interest to me. The consequences of my action was the prioritization of my academic studies and the goal of working in an international environment, rather than a local one.

Do most people choose occupations that match their talents, values, interests and desired life-style? What are some obstacles to establishing such a match?

Do most people choose occupations that match their talents, values, interests and desired life-style? What are some obstacles to establishing such a match?

Four themes capture the thinking on the occupational choice process starting with the matching process where individuals seek an occupation that is consistent with their talents but finally it is the occupational decision making process that evolves over time as people develop themselves gradually. Moreover, the occupational choice is a decision-making task in which people evaluate the likelihood that alternative occupations will provide outcomes and last but not least the a person´s social background and the economic situation influence the entire decision making process.
Even though

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