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If every individual makes an acquisitive career choice, then the consequences for society as a whole are quite disastrous. We are all aware of what happens when organizations and individuals are focused only on their personal benefits without looking at how society should benefit. Already, in the past years, there has been a […]

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Individuals seem to have two broad attitudes with which they come to their careers.

One is an ‘acquisitive attitude’ or the ‘acquisitive career mindset’, in which an individual believes that the whole objective of his career is ‘to receive’, ‘to get’ for whatever he is doing: “I have to get higher […]

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It is possible for me to fulfill my vision of success only by answering the question: “How do I get there?” The answer to this question is essentially my vision of career.

The current vision of career is always some form of external growth – whether […]

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If we offer broad clusters of careers, then career choice-making  is about looking at options and selecting from them. The problem is that this choice is not possible analytically – it is possible only by seeing a “model of living” and deciding whether you like it or not. This choice is about deciding the life […]

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People assume that career choice-making is a linear choice.  But it is actually a reflexive framework. It is both a subjective and an objective reality that is constantly talking to each other.

The “career-design” model actually engages and presents this subjective-objective reality together. It is a completely different logic of seeing life than seeing the way careers […]

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A key building block  is the “spirit of scientific inquiry” not just at the level of academia and research but also at the level of students and interested common citizens all over the country.

The ‘spirit of scientific inquiry’ is developed not through rote learning or ‘passive observation’ of a visually appealing show, but through […]

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Currently, students think of easy options in careers. Working towards possibilities in a career space may force them to open their minds towards new options. It will force them to think differently from the stereotypical thinking. It will enable him to break from that mould.

The possibilities can also encompass ‘negative’ possibilities. We should be […]

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