What are your Career Priorities? Number them from 1 to 26 with number 1 being the most important one. Then print a copy to refer to it whenever you want to apply for a new job. HAVE FUN!
Liking the work: How important is the intrinsic value of the work to you?
Social Service: Working for the benefit of society.
Intellectual: Solving complex questions requiring thought, applying concepts, and knowledge to problems.
Variety: Being engaged in many different activities or problems.
Creative: Initiating new idea or product.
Security: Knowing the job will last.
Promotion: Ability to move up in position, in responsibility, and in income.
Flexible Hours: Choosing time of day or working part time.
Distance from Home: Travel time.
Independent: Planning own work activities, being free to change procedures.
Vacation Time: Time off to pursue leisure activities.
Writing: Learning a process and writing it for others to understand.
High Job Demand: Do you work a job that is in high demand or are you willing to hustle to find a job?
Recognition: Being known by many people; recurring respect from others.
Financial Income: Receiving high income.
Pleasant Physical Surroundings
Productive: Marking a product or doing work which results in something useable.
Adventure: Doing exciting activities in new or uncertain situations.
Leadership: Influencing others being a leader, making decisions.
Orderliness: Following set procedures, doing well ordered repetitive routines.
Artistic: Producing something aesthetically pleasing to the physical senses.
Power: Feeling of power on the job.
Competition: Like competing on the job.
Physical Performance: Doing physical tasks which require precision and coordination.
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