Start learning the vocabulary for jobs in Trauner (p. 345, 346). Don't just learn the words, try to use them in sentences (even better, think of words that are connected: to achieve, achievement, over-achiever, under-achieving. "My greatest achievement was writing a PhD thesis. I was never an over-achiever, but achieving a doctorate showed my high school guidance counselor that I wasn't the under-achieving slacker he thought I was."
Start thinking about your dream job (What sort of education do you need for it? Where do you want to work? What are your skills (Do you need English 😉? What do you need to improve? How much money can you make? How much stress is involved? Is it more important to have a job you love or a job that pays the bills so you can have free time to live your life?)