A career rarely runs exactly according to our ideas and without detours or obstacles. Therefore it is important to have a plan and best of all a plan B and a plan C. This helps us to develop an idea of what exciting (and feasible) alternatives are. Do I want to stay in the academy? Do I have an existing network or how do I build it? Who can help me? Is a position in industry an option for me? Where do I have points of contact? Or would the Start-Up option be something for me? If so, start up yourself or join an existing company? What are the individual steps that help me to develop a plan?
Go to the "Know Yourself" section and become aware of what your strengths are and which tasks you enjoy. In which jobs do you have exactly those tasks that are exciting for you? Do you need more knowledge or would you like to train certain skills in order to follow your career plan? In the section "Know the tools" you will find a list of helpful events and services. For example the numerous Transferable Skills trainings of the PSI Bildungszentrum.
In today's world, there are many career options. Think about which aspects of employment are important to you and which companies/institutions cover as many of these aspects as possible. Do you have any contacts in the relevant area (academy, industry, administration...) in which you see your future career? In the "Know the Opportunities" section you will find a list of e.g. career fairs as well as links to the largest job platforms.
Having a Plan A is excellent. A plan B and possibly another plan C is helpful and offers a certain level of security. Don't forget that these plans may change over time. It means to stay open and to adapt your plan if needed.