150 Best Jobs for Your Skills by Michael Farr, Laurence Shatkin

By Michael Farr, Laurence Shatkin

One hundred fifty most sensible Jobs in your abilities identifies the head ten abilities which are an important in today’s economic system, in response to facts from the U.S. division of work and the most recent O*NET. It is helping task seekers discover a pleasing task and scholars discover their destiny profession innovations by means of concentrating on the 50 so much promising jobs for every ability. It deals an effective, to-the-point structure that is helping activity seekers and scholars become aware of the simplest jobs for his or her abilities in precisely 3 basic steps. A self-assessment is helping readers observe their best 3 profession abilities, then suits them to 50 most sensible jobs for every ability. The readers then discover the roles they locate fascinating via greater than 250 in-depth activity descriptions. Lists for every ability comprise the best-paying jobs, jobs with the main openings, jobs with the top projected development, top jobs in keeping with schooling point, top jobs in accordance with pursuits, most sensible part-time jobs, and most sensible jobs for the self-employed.

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It focuses first on what you can do well, and only afterwards asks you to consider what you like to do. For most people these two are closely linked, but in some people there are differences. Step 1: Rate Your Skills Nobody is going to grade you on your answers to this exercise. The most important thing is to answer honestly. If someone else will be using this book, do the writing on a separate piece of paper. For each skill, read the definition and examples and then estimate your level of mastery.

If you have little or no relevant work experience, write examples from school or leisure activities. Examples of How I Demonstrated Science Skills Based on the examples, do you now want to change your self-estimate? Feel free to do so. Then go on to the next skill. qxp 5/25/2007 3:29 PM Page 38 Part II ______________________________________________________________________________ Social Skills Definition: Working with people to achieve goals: noticing others’ reactions; understanding and adjusting to their reactions; persuading others to change their minds or behavior; bringing others together and trying to reconcile differences; teaching others how to do something; actively looking for ways to help people.

That’s what you’ll do in this chapter. The exercise in this chapter takes about 45 minutes. S. Department of Labor’s authoritative O*NET database of information about occupations. What you learn from this exercise can help you focus on one or more occupations as promising career goals. This exercise will not guarantee you any particular job or prove that you’re qualified for the job. However, what you say here about your experiences can provide useful material to include in resumes, cover letters, and interviews.

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