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BrainTrack’s Career Guide a career and higher education resource.
Personal characteristics will aid you in being successful. These abilities may be natural and can be improved by using them.
Average ability to:
- Understand and apply mechanical principles
- Use words and numbers
- Use hands and fingers to reach for things
- Use eye-hand coordination
- Picture objects from drawings and sketches
Work with detail Ability to:
- Analyze data
- Prepare machines of equipment for operation
- Familiar with all phases of operation
- Move often from one task to another using different skills
- Work according to set procedures and standards
- Make decisions based on facts and experience
- Judge quality of things
Ability to select and cut materials, use and care for the tools and equipment of the trade, read blueprints shop drawings, and tape measures, do layout work, and fit and assemble items. Skill in using mathematics to measure and convert to/ from metric measuresments.
Working conditions vary by industry and specific job duties.
- Do you feel that it is important that your future job or career fit your personality type?
- Do you know what type of personality you have?
- Do you want to find out?
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Take advantage of Assessments Online dealing with Personality/Traits:
- The Personality Page
- The Keirsey Character Sorter and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter
- Resource Materials on Personality Types
If you want to learn more about Personality Types than is available on-line , the Resource Materials site has a very extensive bibliography of printed materials that you can search in your local or college library and of course any bookstore.
Now that you have a better understanding of your personality type and your preferences, you might be interested in taking online career assessments.
John Holland’s SDS (Self-Directed Search) You can receive a personalized report online for only ($ 8.95).
Do you have a Resume? Do you want to learn how to write a Resume?
Here are some helpful sites online that will help ease the process of building your own resume.
Sites for Building a Resume:
Now that you have your resume you may post it online to future employers .
Major Job Seeking Sites Where You Can Post Your Resume: