By Ronald L. Krannich
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More important, they should become your central concerns as you develop a well organized and coherent plan for job and career success. Find the Best Jobs Many people end up in the wrong jobs because they fail to plan their careers around their major strengths and motivations, and because they look for jobs in all the wrong places. Not knowing what they do well and enjoy doing, they stumble into jobs by accident or primarily seek jobs they think might offer good salaries, excellent benefits, and a promising future.
This objective, in turn, provides the foundation for a well organized job search that will ultimately link your strengths and goals to the needs of employers. Page 5 Your first task should be to look inside yourself. Become better acquainted with yourself by discovering where you've been in the past, where you are at present, and where you wish to go in the future. By initially focusing on your interests, skills, and abilitiesrather than alternative job vacancies you feel you might be able to fit intoyou begin building a sound basis for giving yourself positive career direction for many years to come.
Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Unlike fortune tellers and soothsayers who communicate in another world and many futurists who engage in "informed flights of fancy" and "brainstorming," the Bureau conducts "empirical studies" which assume a steady rate of economic growthno major ups or downs. Such occupational projections are nothing more than "best guesses" based upon a traditional Page 15 model which assumes continual, linear growth. This planning model does not deal well with the reality of cyclical changes, as evidenced by its failures during the turbulent 1980s and 1990s when boom and bust cycles, coupled with the emergence of unique events and crises, invalidated many of the Bureau's employment and occupational forecasts.