Career Choosing

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Career

Contents 1. Abstract ..............................................................2 2. Introduction.........................................................3 3. Body * How to choose a Career.......................................5 * Choosing Economics as a Career.......................11 4. Conclusion..........................................................18 5. Bibliography.......................................................20 6. Appendix ..........................................................22

Abstract
This paper explores how should an individual choose the career for his or her life as well as choosing career in economics. Online (web-pages, online journals, NBEA yearbooks) and offline (books, magazines, dictionaries, research) materials are used in the research that are shown in bibliography. Apart from these, there can be seen the Myers-Briggs Personality Test that helps people to take first idea when choosing future career. This article clearly explains the definitions of career, job, and occupation. At the end in appendix part, example resume and tables are shown that mentioned in body part. It contains below listed keywords: career, job, occupation, personality test, resume, interview, search strategies, search engines, salary, economics, theoretical economist, business economist, government economist, academic, personal qualities, work conditions, education

Introduction
Many people ask "How do I pick the right career?" In the following paragraphs, there will be the briefly answer with including authors` citation and real examples by Judy Kaplan Baron from globalized world. Understanding and knowing own personality and interests can be a primary step choosing a career. Along with the Myers-Briggs Personality Test requires from everyone taking into consideration 5 main aspects. The most important thing people can…...

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