Recently my question here was put on hold due to "shopping-question", but I have the following reasons to claim that this is not:
In the first paragraph, I mentioned a school and I am having a hard time making a decision on my career path, but I didn't ask anything on these. My question is on the second paragraph (I actually followed the logic of advises given by the comment, which suggested me to ask something like what to look for to know if my prospective advisor is a good fit). Similarly, I asked what qualities to look for to know whether a graduate program (not especially for a specific one but generally speaking) prepared me well for getting an academic job in future, which will make it easier for me to make a decision myself.
Therefore, I am not seeking help choosing or finding an individual journal, publisher, university, academic program, field, research topic, funding agency etc.
Also, according to line 13-15 from this guideline on shopping question which stating "Note that questions about how to make such a choice in general – that do not involve naming any of the above – are not considered shopping questions and may be welcome here" this question may not be regarded as shopping.