Dare Magazine interview on how to reach your career goals with a career coach. Interview by Rachel Smith, Illustration by The Project Twins.
Given the average employee will clock up around 90,000 hours at work during their lifetime, your career can have a huge impact on your wellbeing.
And if you’re unhappy at work, or unemployed and deflated from job rejections, coaching might be the answer. A good mentor, says Sydney-based career coach Jane Jackson, the author of Navigating Career Crossroads, is someone who will partner with you to help you gain clarity and confidence, so you can make the right decisions to progress in your career.
“Aside from the practical stuff, a career coach focuses on the meaning behind the work you do and what really drives you,” she explains.
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