During the meeting with the adviser, the candidate has to think about his strengths, create a balance sheet of competences, think about how he or she imagines his further development path and what he can do to best prepare for entering the labor market. The role of a Career Advisor is to provide tools that will guide these considerations. These can be an interview, predisposition tests or industry literature. During individual meetings, the Career Advisor can also help in writing a CV or other application documents.
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