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What factors go into choosing a career?

What factors go into choosing a career? :



I just want a stable career.



Will I be satisfied in my job?



How will my education affect ability to get a job?



What is the most unique job I can have?



I WANT MY JOB TO CONTRIBUTE TO A good quality OF LIFE.



Most satisfying jobs.

(according to CNN Money's survey of over 35,000 people)



1. Nurse Anesthetist



2. Anesthesiologist



3. Training & Development Manager



4. Education/Training Consultant



5. Creative Director



6. Nurse Practitioner



7. Human Resources Manager



What do others consider satisfying?



1. Good health insurance and other benefits



2. Interesting work



3. Job security



4. Opportunity to learn new skills



5. Having a week or more of vacation



6. Being able to work independently



7. Recognition from coworkers



growing AND declining OCCUPATIONS



Network system & data communications analysts 53.36



Home health aides 50.01



Personal and home care aides 45.99



Computer software engineers,applications 34.01



Medical assistants 33.90



Management analysts 23.87



Registered nurses 22.20



Physicians and surgeons 21.79



Licensed practical & licensed vocational nurses 20.65



Construction laborers 20.49



FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR POSSIBLE CAREER VISIT The Bureau of Labor Statistics

**WWW.BLS.GOV/HOME.HTM**



% CHANGE 2008-2018



-40.70 Textile winding,twisting,and drawing out machine setters,operators, and tenders



-33.66 Sewing machine operators



-30.32 Postal service mail sorters,processors, and processing machine operators



-26.73 Lathe and turning machine tool setters,operators,and tenders



-26.12 Order clerks



-24.31 Photographic processing machine operators



-23.36 File clerks



-22.15 Machine feeders and offbearers



-21.54 Paper goods machine setters,operators, and tenders



-18.60 Computer operators



FOR MORE UNIQUE CAREER IDEAS VISIT Job Monkey

**WWW.JOBMONKEY.COM/UNIQUE JOBS**



I DONT WANT MY JOB TO FEEL LIKE work!



honeymoon tester



bee keeper



snake milker



celebrity body



art dealer



travel writer



Surfboard Shaper



comedian



cake decorator



UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 5.

BASED ON EDUCATION

*2009

2.3% Doctoral degree



3.9% Master's degree



5.2% Bachelor's degree



6.8% Associate degree



9.7% High School Graduate I just want a stable career. What factors 0O into choosing a career? I WANT MY JOB TO CONTRIBUTE TO A good quality OF LIFE. Will I be satisfied in my job? How will my education affect What do others consider satisfying? 3. Most satisfying jobs (according to CNN Money's survey of over 35,000 people) ability to get a job? 1. Nurse Amesthetist 1. Good health insurance and other benefits What is the most unique job I can have? 2. Anesthesiologist ? 2. Interesting work 3. Job security 3. Training & Development Manager growing declining OCCUPATIONS 4. Opportunity to learn new skills AND. 4. Education/Training Consultant % CHANGE' 2008 - 2018 1. 5. Having a week or more of vacation 5. Creative Director 6. Being able to work independently 6. Nurse Practitioner Human Resources 7. Manager 7. Recognition from coworkers Network systems & data communications analysts 53.36 Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators, and tenders -40.70 UNEMPLOYMENT RATES. BASED ON EDUCATION *2009 Home health aides 50.01 2. I DONT WANT MY JOB TO FEEL LIKE WOrk! Personal and home care aides Sewing machine operators -33.66 45.99 Postal service mail sorters, Computer software engineers, applications processors, and processing machine operators -30.32 2.3% 3.9% 5.2% 6.8% 9.7% 34.01 Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders honeymoon tester bee keeper Medical assistants 33.90 -26.73 Management analysts 23.87 -26.12 Order clerks art dealer travel writer Photographic processing machine operators Registered nurses 22.20 -24.31 Physicians and surgeons 21.79 File clerks -23.36 Licensed practical & licensed vocational nurses 20.65 -22.15 Machine feeders and offbearers Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders Computer operators Construction laborers 20.49 -21.54 -18.60 FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR POSSIBLE CAREER VISIT The Bureau of Labor Statistics **WWW.BLS.GOV/HOME.HTM** FOR MORE UNIQUE CAREER IDEAS VISIT Job Monkey **WWW.JOBMONKEY.COM/UNIQUEJOBS** comedian cake decorator ? 1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Occupations with the Largest Job Growth." <http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_table_104.htm>., U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web. "Occupations with the Largest Job Declines." <http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_table_105.htm>. 2. Job Monkey. "Unique Jobs - Weird and Odd Job Profiles, Unique Job Board." <http://www.jobmonkey.com/uniquejobs/>. 3. CNNMoney.com. "Best Jobs in America 2009 - Quality of Life: Satisfaction - Money Magazine on CNNMoney.com." <http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bestjobs/2009/qualitylife/satisfaction.html>. 4. Caggiano, Christopher. "What do workers want? (Cover story)." Inc 14.11 (1992): 101. 5. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Education Pays ." <http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm>. SOURCES snake milker celebrity body guard o Surfboard Shaper Doctoral degree Master's degree Bachelor's degree Associate degree High School Graduate

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