Wednesday, April 20, 2005

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As you've probably guessed, choosing a career is going to be as
unique as your individual personality. As you refine your list you will
also want to refer to the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational
Outlook Handbook, and consider the job prospects and expected
pay for your chosen field.

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You may also enjoy a good constructive argument and it just so
happens you’re competitive on the speech and debate team. Then a
career in law may be just your thing.

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On the other hand, maybe you love meeting people, like a great
challenge, and you’ve been told more than once to stop talking in
math class and need to get busy. In that case, a career in accounting
might not be for you. How about sales, public relations, or marketing
jobs which rely on verbal communication skills?

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Now make a second list that relates these skills and interests to
possible careers. For instance, if you enjoy building/constructing big
projects and you excel in mathematics, you may consider a career in
engineering, aviation, electronics, or architecture, etc.