For many, a main goal in life is to pursue a career that is meaningful and fulfilling. It can be highly rewarding to be in a role that you are passionate about and that reflects you as a person – where you can apply your skills and talents while growing at the same time.
Unfortunately not everyone ends up in such a role, and many people are in jobs that make them feel bored, unmotivated and frustrated. With the average Briton spending such a significant amount of time at work (over 40 hours per week) not enjoying your job means for a large proportion of your life you will be both unfulfilled and unhappy.
Resolving your career issues however can be a difficult process. Many people are clueless as to what job would satisfy them and feel stuck in a rut, while some desire change but feel unable to leave their current role. Others may be struggling with a personal issue or problem at work that is preventing them from enjoying their job and performing at their best.
If you are one of these people, you could benefit from career help, guidance and support in the form of a career counsellor. This page will look into career counselling in depth, exploring the benefits of this service and what to expect in sessions.