How to tell if your career is able to progress

A collation of wisdom from the industry which can be used to help you identify what is causing your issues
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What is your Career Growth score?

I am progressing at the correct pace

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

I have sufficient training available to me

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

I believe I am heading in the right direction

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

Friends/colleagues support my development

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

I am able to apply my talent and expertise

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

I have lots of opportunities to progress

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

I know what I want my next job to be

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

My career has had no recent setbacks

< Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree >

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If you are reading this article you are likely wondering about your career. In-fact the majority of people on Weavee are experiencing the same situation. We get it, life is unpredictable. A career is a dream and progressing with some clarity is just an idea. People across the planet often do not know what to do to get to the next week, let alone find a way to break the negative cycle which is holding back their success.

Broadly speaking career issues can be broken down into 4 main areas. Your Career Growth score can help you know how far away you are from obtaining a successful career. Of course every person is different, we all want different things in life. Generally however if you are feeling any semblance of unhappiness, depression, anxiety etc then you are likely to experience a lower career score.

It is key right now to decide what you can improve and how to break the cycle which is leading your problems. Across the Weavee site you will learn more about yourself so you can start to control your career and it's trajectory. We cover thousands of sections of your psychology and skills to give you a clear picture.

What are the 4 main career problems?

  1. Resistance to progression/a setback
  2. Lack of direction or clarity
  3. Inability to change direction
  4. Lack of speed

What can help you succeed?

  1. Paying for a career counsellor
  2. Taking career tests and surveys
  3. Seeking advice from a trusted friend
  • OR
  1. Weavee - which combines all the above into a cost effective monthly plan of growth

Whatever you choose to do we hope you enjoy using the site and are ready to learn the secrets which can teach you to become your best-self and set you on the path to success!

Good luck and best wishes,
The Weavee Team