Have you ever thought of what your dream job would be like? What components and factors would make it perfect for you? Everyone has probably asked themselves these questions, whether they’re already employed, or not. In fact, if you don’t work anywhere yet, thinking about what the perfect job for you would look like is a great idea. But if you already know what you want, then the question of how to get it becomes the highest priority. And that’s a whole other story.
Does your quest for the perfect job with the perfect company have you immobilized? Then maybe you should look at your quest differently. We’ve been holding on to the idea that we should find a job we love so it doesn’t feel like work.
But what if that logic is all wrong?
We each have our own personality types… some of us are more adventurous and gregarious… while others are more low-key and appreciate structure.
So why not, as this infographic from Truity says, pick the best career based on how we think, our values, our preferred lifestyle and how we interact with others?
Here’s what the most successful young careerists have learned since the economy changed way back in 2008:
The perfect job isn’t going to find you… and toss itself upon a silver platter in front of you. To achieve your ideal career, you must engage in techniques that will catapult you toward success…
You’re simply not going to get the perfect job. That’s right. It’s not gonna happen.
Now, before you go burying your misery in a pint of mint chocolate chip, rest assured this seemingly depressing dose of reality isn’t a reflection on you. You may very well be the cream of the crop when it comes to talent and charm, but the big issue is this:
The “perfect” job doesn’t exist.