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Often, it can be very challenging for a people who suffers a social anxiety disorder to pursue a career fully. Apart from searching for job and other social responsibilities, individuals with social anxiety tend to feel they are not ready for the competitive job market. If you suffer from anxiety disorder and xpertdox can help you understand the disorder better before getting into the job market. If you don’t have enough resources to seek expert help, you need to let the people close to you know that you are struggling with social anxiety. Such people could be family members, a friend, counselor or family doctor and they can help you manage or control the disorder. This way, you can proceed and pursue a career that suits you with a strong support system in place. Though every person who has a social disorder goes through a unique path in building a successful career, the following steps can guide you in making the right career choices:
1. Know what you want for yourself
To be able to choose a career that you desire, it is vital that you identify and set goals, priorities, interests and strengths. This process of career development works best when you some specialists to help guide you to a career that best suits your interests. Career specialists will enable you to take inventory of your strengths using tools such as Strong interest inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). They help you understand your skills, character and interests through self-evaluations so that you are can polish your abilities for a specific job. After identifying your area of interest and your skills, you are now ready to set your priorities. Answering questions like what you want to be five years from now, what you see yourself doing, and whether what it is offering you what you want without anxiety can help you clarify your priorities. The expertise that career specialists offer you and your answers to these questions enable you to chart your path with ease and explore the options you have available.
2. Develop your skills
If you are still in high school heading to college and you feel your ideal career requires more training or advance education, you’ll have enough time to pick a major. In this case, the financial resources you have available can help you achieve these plans. However, if your ideal career does not require advanced training or education, it will be easier to focus on your own method of education and training. Also you can find an expert in your field to mentor you in your new career and you can demonstrate the professional expertise you have gained by mentoring others. Your mentor can help you in identifying the best courses, workshops, books or articles that are related to your field. To get closer to your new career, volunteer and take more challenges related to your job so you can grow your career. Ensure you have all certifications you need in your career field and add them to you resume and professional page such as LinkedIn.
3. Prepare for job interviews
If you are looking for a job, preparation is important. Prepare adequately by polishing your resume or getting an expert or a friend to help you do this by giving you feedback if you don’t feel confident about what you have on the resume. Prepare for job interviews by reviewing possible questions that are likely to feature in the interview then try to build your confidence by practicing the interview with a friend. Network with friends and families so they know about you career as well. This will enable you to connect easily with the kind of job opportunities you are looking for. You can also search for jobs online and in newspapers.
4. Update yourself
To remain relevant in a new job, you need to update yourself regularly and undertake continuous training. This makes your work easier not just for yourself, but also for others. The company you work for will also feel that you are adding value at the work place and your social anxiety disorder will not be a problem.
5. Stay where you are
If you realize you are on the right path to your career and you are confident that you are doing the right thing, you don’t need to change jobs. Instead, you can focus on polishing your skills and strengths with the help of your manager or supervisor. However, it is important that be sure the job you are in is not as a result of your social anxiety, rather it is what you have always wanted to do.