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Finding the right career path

Finding the career path that is best for you is often not as easy as making a single decision. There are a number of factors that can play into choosing a profession, such as the culture of the industry you want to work in, finding a team structure that fits your work style, or even how you interact with a boss or leadership. Some people choose their career path as a child or in high school, while others may not know even after their career has started.

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We tackle the topic of finding the right career path in this episode of the How Tomorrow Works podcast with guest Camye Mackey, a University of Phoenix alumna, and the Atlanta Hawks Chief HR Executive. She chats about cultivating company culture, looking for a career, or trying to improve the culture of a current one. She breaks down what she’s seeing in workplace trends, HR’s role in a modern organization, and what it’s like to have a really really cool job.

If you are looking for a career path, Camye gives priceless advice to job-seekers: what works, what doesn’t, and what they should look for in prospective workplaces, not just the other way around. Then we get to know Camye better in How Camye Works, our lightning round. We were lucky to snag an awesome role model like Camye as a guest.

If you've missed our first two episodes, you can watch the first on the future of education and careers and the second on solutions for feeling stuck in a career on the University's YouTube.

Visit… for all six episodes of the How Tomorrow Works podcast. We talk with University of Phoenix leaders and alumni to hear what’s now, what’s next and what you can do to be ready.

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