2. High Growth Careers

Why risk a career investment based on myths, not facts? In this seminar, you’ll experience how to investigate and use statistical facts to insure your career choice is a success. As you read about your top careers, click on each “More Info” link. Avoid assumptions. Get the facts before you invest your time and educational funds. Continue reading

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How To Use The “More Info” Links
USA’s Top CEO’s Discuss Our Assessments
Accounting and Finance Jobs For Your Personality
Healthcare Jobs For Your Personality
Sales Jobs For Your Personality
IT Jobs for Your Personality

 

HOW TO USE THE “MORE INFO” LINKS

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USA’s TOP CEO’s DISCUSS OUR ASSESSMENTS

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We asked CEOs to pick their favorite color and what they select will often be very different than what most people would pick.For example, when 877 members of USA TODAY’s CEO panel took an online personality color test, they were three times more likely to favor magenta than the public at large, three times less likely to select red, and 3½ times less likely to choose yellow. Continue reading

 

THE BEST ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE JOB FOR YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE

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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. Continue reading

 

THE BEST HEALTHCARE JOB FOR YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE

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Healthcare professionals are some of the most in-demand workers today. A survey conducted earlier this year by CareerBuilder, for example, found that half of employers are concerned about the shortage of IT skills at their organizations, up from 48 percent who reported the same in 2010. Continue reading

THE BEST SALES JOB FOR YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE

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Sales professionals are some of the most in-demand workers today. A survey conducted earlier this year by CareerBuilder, for example, found that half of employers are concerned about the shortage of sales skills at their organizations, up from 48 percent who reported the same in 2010. Continue reading

 

THE BEST IT JOB FOR YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE

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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. Continue reading