What 3 skills/attributes would allow you to acquire a new job every three years?
What are the most money making transferable skills to have or quickly develop in your part of society and in your country? Here in Australia, about 33% of our employment positions are held by Professionals and Management.
Nursing. It is a field with exceptional demands and many Agencies have joined the band-wagon. The money can also be very good if one knows what to do and has good health. I get very financially attractive jobs plus phone calls every day! But I'm now 65 and in spite of my brilliant CV, I do not feel the need to push myself. Many do.
Doctors. Same network and similar situations.
Drug companies and their reps. Filthy rich! There are a few more areas.
1. Organizational skills - Organized people get more work done.
2. Friendly and courteous people - make lots of contacts and get noticed.
3. Become very skilled at specialized tasks. Be the "go to" person that everyone wants advice from.
These attributes are the most desired for almost any job out their.
Take courses in business management and "in demand" jobs.
1. Software code developer/engineer
2. Consultative selling experience to C-level executives
3. Superior professional networking contacts and activities.
Ultimately anyone with (tremendous selling skills) will be in demand. Companies are always looking for top salespeople.
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