Beginning to think about yourself and your future?
If you start learning new skills and about the world of work early ...
... you'll be ready to make decisions in the future about your learning and career plans – the career you choose will affect:
- your lifestyle and income
- your outlook on life
- the friends you make
Careers lessons and information in school, as well as help and advice from your careers adviser will help you get ready to make these decisions.
You Are Amazing
Check out Kirklees and what jobs it has to offer you in the future.
Think about how you and your ideas about jobs have changed and how you might start to think about careers now you're older. All jobs are for everyone, so it's not too soon to check out the skills you'll need, or to think about your future. Watch the 'Amazing' video or read it (78kb PDF). Also available on our You Tube channel.
Our Career Timeline suggests when to start thinking about your future learning and career plans
Get started on your career journey with the job profiles on the National Career Service website
Struggling to understand some of the 'careers' words and phrases, check out our Careers Jargon Buster
Page updated July 2018