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By Laurence Shatkin

With a hundred top jobs lists and 250 task descriptions, this ebook is helping readers determine their most sensible talents after which attach them to the simplest jobs. A self-assessment zeroes in in your 3 top profession talents. the talents utilized in the e-book characterize an important ones in this present day s economic system: 1) conversation, 2) laptop programming, three) apparatus use/maintenance, four) equipment/technology research, five) administration, 6) arithmetic, 7) quality controls, eight) technology, nine) social, and 10) thought-processing talents. one other half lists the simplest jobs for every ability. The activity descriptions supply beneficial details on wages, progress, openings, initiatives, and required schooling and classes. New lists contain top jobs within the sixteen occupation clusters, for more youthful employees and older staff, through gender, and in city components and rural components.

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Take an Assessment B efore looking at the lists of best jobs, you need to determine which skills are your strongest. 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.

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 believe you command the skill at a moderate or high level, you’ll confirm that estimate by providing examples from your own experiences of using the skill. At the end of the exercise, you’ll review your self-estimates and examples and decide which are your outstanding skills. 21 PART III The Best Jobs Lists: Jobs for Each of the 10 Skills I f you have completed the exercise in Part II, you now have an idea of which skills are your strongest.

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. This material, along with whatever formal credentials you possess (such as a certificate or a college degree), your natural abilities, the positive testimonials of your references, and your personal charm can prove that you’re the candidate the employer should hire.

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