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How to choose a career

Delmar W. Karger

How to choose a career

by Delmar W. Karger

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Published by F. Watts in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Vocational guidance.

  • About the Edition

    Discusses the assessment of personal strengths and weakness in order to make rational career choices.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Delmar W. Karger ; illustrated by Rick Schreiter.
    SeriesA Career concise guide
    ContributionsSchreiter, Rick.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5381.2 .K35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4719432M
    ISBN 100531028364
    LC Control Number78006294

    The Challenges of Choosing a Career. Our brains are fatefully badly equipped to interpret and understand themselves. We cannot sit down and simply enquire of ourselves directly what we might want to do with our working lives – in the way we might ask ourselves what we would favour eating. Sometimes, a career choice is so inherent to the plot that it’s immediately obvious. In A Man Called Outlaw, my characters couldn’t have been anything but ranchers. In Behold the Dawn, the story would have been entirely different had it focused on anyone but a competitor in the medieval tourneys.. How to Choose Your Character’s Career When It Isn’t Obvious?

    Career First: Other people think that you should first choose the career, and then find out which majors lead to it, because the career is where you’ll ultimately spend more of your time. They’re right, too. Lifestyle First: Some say you should approach school from an ”education for life” Size: KB. Career management books Are you in need of career advice? Download these books and manage your career! Learn how to plan for new opportunities and improve your networking skills. If you are a job seeker, find advice on how to find the job of your dreams. Start climbing the career ladder today.

    2. Explore career ideas. This is all about researching the job market and career paths of interest to you and narrowing down your options. Consider what your ideal job sector would be, and discover its key trends by researching the local, national and global jobs market. This will help you to discover more potential career paths, and understand which roles are expanding or declining. People with a yellow style tend to be orderly, cautious, structured, loyal, systematic, solitary, methodical, and organized, and usually thrive in a research-oriented, predictable, established, controlled, measurable, orderly environment. You will want to choose a work environment or career path in which your style is welcomed and produces results.


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