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Career counselling enables student to make rationale choice

Coastweek -- How 'pertinent' you - 'broached' the subject of Career Services viz - a - viz Coastweek April 22 - 2016.

Also how 'often' students 'aspiring' for 'university'' education are 'placed' in a 'quandary': what course of study to 'pursue'.

What are the most 'lucrative' fields i. e. so that they can be 'absorbed' in the job - market - once 'graduating'.

A student may  'switch' from one subject ( discipline ) to 'other': this because of uncertainty/ unanimity of mind.

Career - counselling 'enables' a student to make 'rationale' choice/ decision - so that he/ she does not suffer self - doubt.

Vocational - training, imparting technical - skills,science - oriented 'curriculum - that 'behooves' 'numeracy' - are hard 'choices' to be 'made'. A career is a life - time 'commitment for one's livelihood 'depends' on it.

What if a professional - degree 'fails' to 'secure' a job - being non - competitive.

At the 'outset' a student ( alumina ) has many 'options' but 'needs' to be 'discreet' - that he does not 'err' in the first 'place' (faux pas ).

Kudos - Coastweek for your educational - slot!

Alnashir D. Walji, Nairobi

alnashirdwalji@yahoo.com

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