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What is my ideal job?

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The best way to determine an ideal job is to search for career options that utilize dominant personality traits. When an individual selects a job that exercises his natural abilities, he is much more likely to excel and experience personal satisfaction.

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An ideal job for an individual combines the utilization of natural abilities with a sense of purposeful ambition and cause. To determine an ideal job, an individual must be familiar with his strengths and weaknesses. Identifying these traits is useful when searching for ideal jobs, as certain traits may be used advantageously or considered detrimental.

For example, if a person is a natural caregiver, he should explore career fields that utilize these tendencies. If he is a natural extrovert, he should explore jobs that allow him to interact frequently with people.

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