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PostDo what you love...

Probably the most important thing to have in mind when setting out on your job search is this: What are you truly passionate about? Find that one thing that you absolutely love to do, and the money will come. This is no coincidence. This is a direct result of time and effort paying off.

If you truly love to do something, chances are, you will spend a lot of time doing it. This will give you hours of hours of practice performing this certain task, which will leave you gaining a large amount of skill. You learn by doing.
If you want to earn a lot of money in your lifetime, you must try to be the best in your field at what you do. To be the best, you have to have a great amount of skill through lots of practice. This comes from doing something a lot because you truly enjoy it...back to doing what you love.

So, keeping that in mind, hopefully the things you love to do don’t involve such things as data entry, programming, tech support or customer service jobs. Since the late 1990’s, many jobs of this nature have been going overseas to highly-educated, English-speaking workers in foreign countries. These entry-level jobs are easily performed over the phone or online and can be done by foreign workers at a fraction of the cost of what they are paid in the US.

This practice is known as “offshoring”, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. As long as populations in other countries are raised to speak English and receive decent educations, they are being trained to do the jobs that were once held in America. You know when you call Comcast about your bill and somebody answers saying, “Thank you for calling Comcast, this is Peter. How may I help you?” in a thick, foreign accent? You know the guy’s name is clearly not Peter with that kind of accent, but he is highly-trained to do the job and Comcast would rather pay him half of what they pay American Peter to do the job.

So, in your job search, try to stay away from those types of jobs that can fall victim to offshoring. The two most important qualities to possess in landing secure and steady work in today’s job market are to be highly creative and highly skilled in handiwork. For example, these are the following types of jobs that will probably continue to remain somewhat promising for the future:

Writer
Designer
Musician
Inventor
Carpenter
Nurse
Physician
Dental Hygienist
Hair Stylist

What do all these jobs have in common? They all require a large level of creativity or a lot of hands-on activity. These types of jobs cannot be outsourced as easily as the positions that can be done by telecommuting. They require a person’s physical presence and their brain power to perform their necessary tasks. And more often than not, they require an education or some type of specialized training.

So take a look at yourself and realize what you truly love to do. Once you figure that out, sign up with the first job website to be designed with the job seeker in mind, and let our job scouts find your next dream job. Have over 20,000 job scouts in the top 250 job markets in the US dedicated to doing one thing and one thing only: getting you back to work.
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