By Michael Farr, Visit Amazon's Laurence Shatkin Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Laurence Shatkin, , Kristine Dobson
Examine has confirmed that matching your character to a profession brings paintings pride and luck. With this best-selling book's support, you find your character variety and the 50 most sensible jobs that relate to it. half I overviews how character pertains to careers. half II contains a self-assessment for deciding on you character variety: sensible, Investigative, inventive, Social, Enterprising or traditional. half III includes the simplest activity lists, together with the 50 top jobs total for every character sort. different lists for every character kind comprise the best-paying jobs, jobs with the top projected development, most sensible jobs in keeping with schooling lever, most sensible part-time jobs, and most sensible jobs for the self-employed--145 most sensible jobs lists in all. partly IV, you discover a gold mine of proof concerning the 50 top jobs for every of the six character kinds & three hundred task descriptions.
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10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Build kitchen cabinets Guard money in an armored car Operate a dairy farm Lay brick or tile Monitor a machine on an assembly line Repair household appliances Drive a taxicab Install ﬂooring in houses Raise ﬁsh in a ﬁsh hatchery Build a brick walkway Assemble electronic parts Drive a truck to deliver packages to oﬃces and homes Paint houses Enforce ﬁsh and game laws Operate a grinding machine in a factory Work on an oﬀshore oil-drilling rig Perform lawn care services Assemble products in a factory Catch ﬁsh as a member of a ﬁshing crew Reﬁnish furniture Fix a broken faucet Do cleaning or maintenance work Maintain the grounds of a park Operate a machine on a production line Spray trees to prevent the spread of harmful insects Test the quality of parts before shipment Operate a motorboat to carry passengers Repair and install locks Set up and operate machines to make products Put out forest ﬁres L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L ?
Consider how knotty a career decision could get if you were to break down the components of the work environment into highly speciﬁc aspects and reﬂect on how well you ﬁt them. For example, you could focus on the skills required and your ability to meet them. Next you could analyze the kinds of knowledge that are used on the job and decide how much you enjoy working with those topics. Then you could consider a broad array of satisfactions, such as variety, creativity, and independence; for each one, you would evaluate its importance to you and then determine the potential of various career options to satisfy this need.
163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. Develop a spreadsheet using computer software Proofread records or forms Use a computer program to generate customer bills Schedule conferences for an organization Keep accounts payable/receivable for an oﬃce Load computer software into a large computer network Transfer funds between banks using a computer Organize and schedule oﬃce meetings Use a word processor to edit and format documents Operate a calculator Direct or transfer phone calls for a large organization Perform oﬃce ﬁling tasks Compute and record statistical and other numerical data Generate the monthly payroll checks for an oﬃce Take notes during a meeting Keep shipping and receiving records Calculate the wages of employees Assist senior-level accountants in performing bookkeeping tasks Type labels for envelopes and packages Inventory supplies using a hand-held computer Develop an oﬃce ﬁling system Keep records of ﬁnancial transactions for an organization Record information from customers applying for charge accounts Photocopy letters and reports Record rent payments Enter information into a database Keep inventory records Maintain employee records Stamp, sort, and distribute mail for an organization Handle customers’ bank transactions L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L ?
50 Best Jobs for Your Personality by Michael Farr, Visit Amazon's Laurence Shatkin Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Laurence Shatkin, , Kristine Dobson