Michael Farr's 100 Fastest-Growing Careers: Your Complete Gudebook to Major PDF
By Michael Farr
Discover a hundred in-demand careers, verify which one fit your talents, and get the activity you will want quickly with this source. in a single time saving quantity, task seekers and scholars can reserch fast-growing careers; find out about pay, schooling, and required abilities; fit their own abilities to the task; and take seven seteps to a land an excellent task fast.
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If the odds of finding a job opening are not good, why do I expect to beat the odds? What is my Plan B goal if I lose interest in my original goal or don’t succeed at it? The Job-Match Grid The grid on the following pages provides information about the personal skills and job characteristics for occupations covered in this book. Use the directions and questions that start at the beginning of this section to help you get the most from this grid. The following is what the symbols on the grid represent.
If you answered “yes” to this question, repeat this exercise for all the other occupations still on your Hot List. ” If you answered “no,” proceed to the next bulleted question. ★ If most of the job openings are in a distant place where I don’t want to relocate, am I willing to take a chance and hope to be one of the few workers who get hired in an uncommon location? If you answered “yes,” take a good look at the Job Outlook information in the job description. indd 23 5/17/10 10:08:58 AM 24 100 Fastest-Growing Careers there (such as the right degree, in some cases), taking a chance on being hired in an unusual location may be a reasonable decision.
100 Fastest-Growing Careers: Your Complete Gudebook to Major Jobs with the Most Growth and Openings by Michael Farr