'Big Idea in Career Exploration Now in Funding Stage

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Vocation Inspiration announces the innovative career video site Vocation Videos. This Internet-based career exploration portal is currently in the funding stage; owner Jennifer Nagel aims to build this e-learning and e-commerce site with just $7,500 in funding.

Actually seeing your dream career in action can save amazing amounts of time and money. By investigating careers that might be right for you, you avoid unknowingly choosing the wrong career path.

An innovative idea in career exploration is being developed in Minneapolis, MN. Jennifer Nagel, the creative mind behind Vocation Inspiration, explains that you can experience your dream job in just one hour. She asks, "Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a brewmaster? Or an indie fashion designer? Or a veterinarian, an organic micro-greens farmer, or a comedian? How would you like to view a day in the life of a flight instructor, meteorologist, or sword maker, and see if any of these careers would be a fit for you?"

With Vocation Videos by Vocation Inspiration, site visitors will learn about these and many other interesting and fun jobs and careers directly from the people who are already doing these jobs. These exploratory videos help viewers discover the ups and downs, challenges and joys, and unique aspects of these interesting careers.

Using a combination of expert interviews, observational filming, and sourcing industry tips and tricks, each fantastic career will be fully explored in the hour-long video. Viewers will learn the barriers to entry, the chances of success, and the reasons that the people in these jobs love what they do.

Vocation Inspiration is in the start-up funding phase. Funds are being gathered through the innovative site IndieGogo.com/vocationinspiration. This unique and contemporary approach to career exploration will be launched when just $7,500 in funding has been reached.

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