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William Reese

Of course, we think of the perfect job as being one we are happy in doing. So it is natural to try to fit job/opportunities to what we like to do. Many times that's easier said than done.

Some people find their perfect job. Some perfect jobs find people. Some people create the perfect job with careful attention to the education/training and hard work that is required for success and fulfillment. Have you noticed that when you really look and successful people their education, training and progressive career path is impressive. In other words, these people and successes are not surprising. Think of great athletes that are all round excellent in several sports. Prominent actors who are classically trained, can sign and dance and play several musical instruments. How did that happen?

Therefore the perfect job for you is more than doing something you like. it is:
1. Discovering and having real confidence in you so that you really know what jobs fit your interests and talent.
2. Discovering what background, experience and support is required to get a perfect job.
3. Discovering the resources in time and money it takes to acquire the fundamental qualifications and experience to get the perfect job.
4. Discovering whether or not your perfect job opportunities pay enough to support you and your family at a level that brings security and stability. (Remember there really are "Starvng Artists" out there loving what they do but not loving how they live.

A mentor can really help you sort out the clutter of decisions that confront you path to a perfect job.

Answered 3 years ago

William Reese
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Thomas Sullivan

Wow, this is a very broad statement with very little background information. Please provide some for us so we can be of better service to you.

Answered 3 years ago

Thomas Sullivan
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LaCashana Knight

That is very hard to answer. Have you taken a career aptitude test? There are a number of valuable test offered online. Give one a try and see.

http://www.careerpath.com/career-tests/skills-assessment/

Answered 3 years ago

LaCashana Knight