Career Program – 2. Job Market Facts

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Will You Hate the Job You Think You Love?

Choosing a career is one of the biggest decisions in your life. Studies have shown that when you love your work, you’re more successful, even less stressed. That’s exactly why it’s so vital, before you invest time and money, to research your best career matches.

Each career has a MORE INFO link. Why risk a career investment based on myths, not facts? Before you invest your time and educational funds, spend the time to know exactly what you want and can reasonably expect from a career choice. 

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Each of your Top 25 Most Enjoyable Careers has a MORE INFO link.  The link takes you to the example below.

Are You an Extravert or an Introvert?

Who are you? Are you the type of person that enjoys a workplace with constant people interaction-an extrovert or working alone-an introvert?

Introverts tend to recharge by spending time alone. They lose energy from being around people for long periods of time, particularly large crowds

Extroverts, on the other hand, gain energy from other people.

The Color Career Indicator 4.1 ‘s most extraverted career, for example, was a Registered Nurse. Their workplace has constant, non-stop people interaction. Ask yourself, “Would you enjoy working in this environment?” If so, you’re an Extravert. The data is original research conducted on CareerBuilder, correlation at 80.2% with a 750,000-sample base.

See below how different industries scored Introvert vs Extrovert
in the Color Career Indicator 4.1 Assessment

According to Health Carousel, the healthcare profession is set to become the largest and fastest-growing sector in the U.S. economy. “Employment Projections—2018—2028” from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states, “Of the 30 fastest growing occupations, 18 are in healthcare and related occupations.

Listed below are the 10 most extroverted and 10 most introverted careers in the Health Care industry.

#
Extrovert
Introvert
1.
Registered Nurse
Pharmacy Technician
2.
Medical Assistant
Health Technologist or Technician
3.
Biological Technician
Clinical Laboratory Technologist or Technician
4.
Medical Records or Health Information Technician
Occupational Therapist
5.
Physician or Surgeon
Physical Therapist, Assistant or Aid
6.
Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic
Counselor
7.
Medical Transcriptionist
Mental Health or Substance Abuse Social Worker
8.
Dental Assistant
Surgical Technologist
9.
Medical Secretary
Cardiovascular Technologist or Technician
10.
Medical Scientist
Biological Scientist

Employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 6 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the average for all occupations. … In addition, as more companies go public, there will be greater need for public accountants to handle the legally required financial documentation.

Listed below are the 10 most extroverted and 10 most introverted careers in the accounting and finance industry.

#
Extrovert
Introvert
1.
Tax Examiner, Collector, or Revenue Agent
Financial Examiner
2.
Residential Advisor
Securities/Commodities/Financial Sales Agent
3.
Budget Analyst
Load Officer
4.
Bank Teller
Insurance Claims or Policy Processing Clerk
5.
Bookkeeping, Accounting or Auditing Clerk
Credit Analyst
6.
Management Analyst
Stock Broker
7.
Financial Analyst
Personal Financial Advisor
8.
Actuary or Mathmatician
Compensation Benefits and Job Analysis Specialist
9.
Brokerage Clerk
Accountant or Auditor
10.
Lawyer
Financial Manager

Not all sales jobs are created equal. For Introverts, selling a product works best. Whereas selling a service can be fun for extraverts. The industry can make a huge difference, as well. For example, salary ranges go from very low in retail sales to high in software and medical sales.

Listed below are the 10 most extroverted and 10 most introverted careers in the Sales.

#
Extrovert
Introvert
1.
Corporate Recruiter
Advertising and Service Industry Sales Agent
2.
Actor
Public Relations Manager
3.
Sales Manager
Coach or Sports Scout
4.
Real Estate Agent/Broker
CEO, Chief Executive Officer
5.
Radio or Television Announcer
Securities/Commodities/Financial Sales Agent
6.
Insurance Sales Agent
Reporter or Correspondent
7.
New Account Customer Service Representative
Meeting and Convention Planner
8.
Personal or Home Care Aid
Customer Service Representative
9.
Human Resource, Training, or Labor Relation Specialist
Sales Supervisor (non-retail)
10.
Fitness Trainer or Aerobics
Purchasing Agent

Thinking about pursuing a career in information technology? It’s a smart choice – but where do you begin? With dozens of career paths in information technology – from programming and engineering jobs, to support and technician roles – it can be tough to determine which specialization is the right fit.

To help you figure out the best IT career path for your personality, we’ve divided some of the top jobs in IT into two categories: those that are best suited for extroverts and those that are better for introverts.

How Do You Score?

Listed below are the 10 most extroverted and 10 most introverted careers in the IT Industry.

#
Extrovert
Introvert
1.
Electrical/Electronic Mechanic, Installer, or Repairer
Computer Programmer
2.
Data Entry, Word Processing, or Desktop Publisher
Film or Video Editor
3.
Computer and Information Research Scientist
Computer Equipment Installer or Repairer
4.
Receptionist or Information Clerk
Network and Computer Systems Administrator
5.
Audio or Video Equipment Technician
Multi-Media Artist or Animator
6.
Computer Support Specialist
Database Administrator
7.
Broadcast Technician
Computer Control Operator
8.
Computer Software Engineer
Computer Equipment or Operations Specialist
9.
Aircraft Mechanic or Service Technician
Computer System Analyst
10.
Graphic Designer
Communication Equipment Operator