Some approaches require a small amount of your time, but you risk getting a(nother) less than "perfect" job. Other approaches will take a lot of your time but will maximize matching you to the "perfect", dream job or LifeWork.
It all depends on the amount and quality of effort you apply and THAT depends on how much you VALUE yourself and your work and how much JOY you want to get out of your Life and Work.
Whichever path you take, please get in the habit of keeping a record (journal) of
This (your) LifeWork Planning (e)Portfolio website is the perfect place to do that
Why this website? Because it it SO much easier to edit, COPY, PASTE, print digital text than (re)writing in a paper journal/notebook.
Whatever path you choose below to do your career/LifeWork planning, you will be learning a lot about yourself and the world-of-work. You should collect and organize most of that information in your version of this (e)portfolio AND in a planning portfolio notebook similar to the picture (below) of mine. It's a simple 1" 3-hole binder that I purchased for a few bucks. I also purchased alphabeticla page separators A-Z
which I use to organize the printed copies of the web pages I maintain in my version of this (e)portfolio.
Although they can be expensive, career development professionals have been trained and certified to give you the best guidance.
School Guidance Counselors
LifeWork Planning Process