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Want to know how much you might earn, or whether employment is strong in your chosen career? There are some great websites to help you to research this information.
You can also research information to help you decide whether the job is right for you, such as the types of duties you will be expected to do, and the minimum training requirements.
The best way to understand an occupation and whether it is right for you is by getting information from someone already doing the job.
Contact and interview people already working in occupations you are considering. Explore your options: informational interviewing (100 KB) guides you through the process.
A career mentor is someone that works in your field of interest that you can communicate with regularly. You can seek one through your networks, or through these formalised programs:
Visit the websites of relevant professional associations to source industry specific research.