Recent surveys conducted in a wide range of developing and well developed countries underline the primary concern of more than 80 percent of employers: finding workers with good work ethics and appropriate social behaviours. If you are not sure, take a look at the 5 job hunting tips for each of the other 15 Myers-Briggs personality types you may want to consider. introversion traits, 25% Sensing, 50% Thinking and 11% Judgmental = ISTJ personality type. Make sense? It will become more clear if you take the Myer’s Briggs (or Briggs Myer’s the name is often interchanged) yourself.
I am curious to know who accredited this school, I would also like a source other then the Career Step website, so I can see it for myself. A very difficult subject to breach…we all have an ego and very hard to swallow. Claims made by driving instructor training companies that there is a shortage of driving instructors are FALSE!
If I was going to list all suitable jobs for all the different kinds of introverts, I’d need hundreds of pages. Explore your career interests, your skills and your employment opportunities to find your ideal graduate role. I have heard that this is one career that is booming during the recession, whereas public sectors workers are seeing job losses, it does make a good career option.
Well, well, so much in just a sweet succinct Hub! So meaningful! No 7, or at least some aspects of it apply to me. Too much stress from too much work, accompanied by chronic fatigue. Very Nice lens. Thank you. I know a few people who will benefit a lot from this.
It is my understanding that many homeless people are mentally ill. I do not agree that this is so because their parents have not given them the support they need. Our U.S. system of laws often does not allow parents to help in a practical way. I know it sounds cliché, but there’s a reason why people say, Don’t be afraid of change.” You truly need to embrace it…and the sooner the better.
Remember to always be open-minded and respectful when meeting new people, trying new foods, and learning traditions and ways of doing business in other areas. Not to mention some of our famous college dropouts , who now have multi-billion dollar companies. Hi Scott,I’ve just gone through your above mentioned podcast about visual effects and the industry.