Questions asking for advice on what to do are not practical answerable questions (e.g. "what job should I take?", or "what skills should I learn?"). Questions should get answers explaining why and how to make a decision, not advice on what to do. For more information, click here.
About a year ago a change was proposed to the "Advice on what to do" close reason. It was fairly well received, and the general consensus was that a new wording made sense. The biggest argument is that every question is essentially asking "what to do". Often times I see questions that clearly state the problem and the desired outcome but conclude with "What do I do [to achieve what I have just explained]?" These questions almost always get a few close votes just for having that specific wording at the end, even though they meet our community standards.
The new wording, in my opinion, should focus more on the aspect of making a personal career decision, such as whether to quit, which job to take, which degree to pursue, etc. It's the questions that can only be answered by people who know the asker personally.
I don't know that we necessarily need to go through the whole process of choosing new wording again, as that was already done in the previous question, but can we confirm that we want/need a new wording and make sure action is taken on it?