By Leila Roberts
Invaluable suggestion that Takes worry Out of selecting A profession for your self
If you are on the brink of graduate, the possibility of going out into the вЂњrealвЂќ global and beginning paintings might be daunting. Taking the fear out of paintings, when you Graduate permits you to determine fulfilling careers and navigate the job-search process.
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She was honest, sensible, kind and never gossiped. Even her tutor discussed his problems with her! Rowena never grasped that this was unusual or important. After many years of working in a lab she finally discovered her vocation – as a counsellor. Most of her friends could have suggested this years before. 10 Note down some aspects of your personality, and ask others what they think. ): leader strict honesty cheerful makes things happen forceful shrinking creative open-minded responsible gregarious efficient reliable timid empathy for others persistent sees possibilities enthusiastic tactful shy follows rules disciplined adaptable disorganized ambitious self-confident motivates resilient imaginative assertive persuasive fair go-getting kind builds relationships self-aware takes the initiative decisive quick thinking common sense realistic dominant hard-working compliant energetic approachable committed authoritative (add others) Note that opposite qualities to some of these are also important.
A doctor with this as a motivator may well choose to work in private practice, or in a high paying country. (A word of caution: In these days of high student debt, I have found that many more graduates than previously have identified ‘money’ as a primary value. This may be an entirely valid result; however, it may equally reflect anxieties more than real long-term preferences. Imagine if you had no debt – would you still have given the same answers? ) Group P: Prestige You will like to be seen as important in your workplace or in the wider community.
23 47 I would enjoy having rank, or more letters after my name. 48 I would hate to be tightly supervised. 49 My work is an expression of my place in the world and my contribution to it. 50 If I had the chance of a more interesting job that paid a lot less I would never take it. 51 I pride myself on being creative. 52 I would happily change jobs to get more money. 53 My job title is an important ‘badge’ indicating who I am. 54 I need to be able to decide my own routines and working style. Now add up your scores for each cluster of questions.
After You Graduate by Leila Roberts