If you’re interested, please email email@example.com.
Why are we looking?
- We find these case studies really useful in our research – they help us to identify the key considerations, most common sticking points and most promising solutions. We suspect there’s a lot of wisdom out there in our community of readers, and would like to help share it.
- Our readers find them useful. The three examples above were very popular. Concrete examples help to communicate our approach and bring it to life.
- Writing up your career decision helps you make better choices. First, writing out your reasoning forces you to think deeply about the decision. Second, putting your ideas out there helps you to get feedback and support. Jess and Peter found it really useful to write about their career decisions.
What are we looking for?
- A written-out study of a specific decision e.g. “what should I study at university?”, “which of these three jobs should I take?”, “what’s the next step I should take if I want to start a startup?”. The decision can either be in the past, or still in progress.
- Your long-term potential to make a difference is one of the main priorities in the decision, and you’re a regular reader of our blog.
Otherwise, there’s no restrictions!
Feel free to use whatever structure you like in writing up. Here’s some suggested subheadings as a starting point.
- What’s the decision you’re making to make?
- What are your priorities in making this decision? (e.g. career capital, earnings, learning more about your long-term options).
- What’s your current situation and background?
- What options are you considering? What are the pros and cons of each?
- What did you decide, and why? / How do you plan to make this decision?
- (If in the past) Are you satisfied with the decision? What have you learned from the process?
If you’re interested, send a rough draft to firstname.lastname@example.org.