Catherine's Career Corner

October 14th, 2008
Your Career Wheel By Monster

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As you know, here at Catherine’s Career Corner, we offer you free straight forward career guidance and critical career tools to provide you, our readers with effective career support. Download your Career Wheel as provided by Monster.


Working out where you currently are in your career is an important part of making sure you succeed in the future. This useful tool will allow you to take an objective look at your personal situation. The keys to a successful career can be listed under six main headings:

  • Job Satisfaction
  • Current Prospects
  • Skill Set
  • Earnings & Benefits
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Contact Network

By plotting your personal level on the Career Wheel, then marking the points where you would like to be, you will see a clear visual representation of where improvements need to be made.

All the instructions and an overview of each criteria is provided, so get downloading and begin your journey to a better career, and a better life.

How to Manage Your Career

Download your Career Wheel as provided by Monster.

Click here to download the Monster Career Wheel
Format – .pdf
Size – 114kb

Some people think that the development of their career is out of their hands. After all, you can’t get a job, promotion, or project without someone else giving it to you, right?

Well, on one level, that’s true. However, what you do and how far you go in life is in reality up to one person: you. Great careers don’t just happen – if you want a career that excites and challenges you, then you need to plan for it.

Catherine Adenle
Founder, Catherine's Career Corner. The career site empowering and inspiring ambitious candidates of all ages and professions to thrive and work smarter on their careers. Gladly helping all career-minded people worldwide to explore their career, manage change and understand how new technologies are changing and enhancing the future of work.
Catherine Adenle
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