Do you know someone with the title of career facilitator? In college, did you study career facilitation as an academic path to a career? Most likely not. Career facilitators' titles vary. They are educators, career counselors, guidance counselors, training specialists, case managers, workforce development consultants, program coordinators, resume coaches and many more professional titles. Nineteen percent of career facilitators majored in business, 10% in education and nearly 7% in psychology and human resource management, respectively.
Career facilitators help plan, conduct and administrate programs that train individuals to improve their skills and knowledge. A Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) helps others with career coaching and guidance to meet their goals, whether they are college students seeking insights into their career path or professionals ready to make a change or advance in their current roles.
According to Zippia.com, the average salary for a career facilitator is $57,000.
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