What do you really want to do? Finding the perfect career isn't easy, but it's certainly attainable. This guide offers readers the chance to trade in their unsatisfying jobs for fulfilling careers. This book helps them by providing a process of self-assessment that includes questions on personality, talents, values, interests, and goals; advice on how to make a smooth transition from one career to another; and an action plan to take the steps toward landing the perfect career. -According to The Conference Group, only 48.9% of working Americans are satisfied with their jobs, the lowest level of job satisfaction since pollsters first began surveying the topic in 1995 -Career self-discovery books are among the best-performing in the career categoryThe first box represents using skills of the heart where you work with people most of the time. The second box is ... On the other hand, counselors, human resource personnel, teachers, and customer service people use primarily helping skills.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Discovering Your Perfect Career|
|Author||:||Rene Carew, The American Writers and Artists Institute|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2005-09-06|