With 100 "best jobs" lists and 250 job descriptions, this book helps readers identify their best skills and then connect them to the best jobs. A self-assessment zeroes in on your three best career skills. The skills used in the book represent the most important ones in today's economy: (1) communication, (2) computer programming, (3) equipment use/maintenance, (4) equipment/technology analysis, (5) management, (6) mathematics, (7) quality control, (8) science, (9) social, and (10) thought-processing skills. Another part lists the best jobs for each skill. The job descriptions offer useful information on wages, growth, openings, tasks, and required education and courses. New lists include best jobs in the 16 career clusters, for younger workers and older workers, by gender, and in urban areas and rural areas.
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