50 Best Jobs for Your Personality, 3rd Ed by Laurence Shatkin

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Research has proven that matching your personality to a career brings work satisfaction and success. With this best-selling book s help, you discover your personality type and the 50 best jobs that relate to it. Part I overviews how personality relates to careers. Part II features a self-assessment for determining your personality type: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, or Conventional. Part III contains the best jobs lists, including the 50 best jobs overall for each personality type. Other lists for each personality type include the best-paying jobs, jobs with the highest projected growth, best jobs based on education level, and best jobs for the self-employed more than 150 best jobs lists in all. In Part IV, you find a gold mine of facts about the 50 best jobs for each of the six personality types--300 job descriptions total.

New bonus lists by personality type include "Best Jobs for Flexible People," "Best Jobs for Detail Oriented People," Best Jobs for Innovators," Best Jobs for Analytical Thinkers," and "Best Jobs Not Behind a Desk."


About Laurence Shatkin

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Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., has 30 years in the career information field, presents and blogs on jobs, and is the author of many career books. After a career teaching writing at several colleges, he helped Educational Testing Service develop the SIGI PLUS computer-based career information system and oversaw its annual update. Working as a consultant, Laurence developed the Career Oasis system for a university in Saudi Arabia. He is past president of the Association of Computer-based Systems for Career Information. As a leading occupational expert, Dr. Shatkin is in-demand by the media. He shares his knowledge and insights on national news programs, in online articles, and in major print publications.
Published July 15, 2012 by Jist Works. 496 pages
Genres: Business & Economics.

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