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Autor:   •  April 11, 2014  •  Essay  •  295 Words (2 Pages)  •  806 Views

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There are more than 2000 jobs in the world and it is very difficult to choose the right one. Some people elect by themselves, and some follow the advice of their parents.

Career choice is one of the first serious elections that have to do a university graduate. It is a serious issue that should be approached thoughtfully. Choosing your way, first of all, you need to be guided by your own aspirations, what pulls you, what would you like to do and will be useful for you and society. Secondly, assess your own abilities. Third, analyze your particular personal qualities with the qualities that are required chosen profession. Fourth, examine possible perspective in life that will give one or other profession.

As long as man is growing up in his dreams he develops many professions. Right now, my choice stopped on the economist profession. The choice is made not by chance, because today economist has a great demand in the world. Professionals in this sphere are needed to a variety of organizations - from small businesses to the largest banks. In order to become a good specialist in economics, you must have such qualities as the ability to analyze large amounts of information, have a good memory, patience, communication skills, organizational skills, ability to protect the interests of the company and also a great knowledge of two foreign languages. Many years ago, the great English economist John Maynard Keynes wrote on requirements of an economist that a good-economist must have infrequent combination of talents. He should achieve a high level in various directions and must combine talents that cannot be together. He supposed to know mathematics, history, state figure, philosophy to a certain extent. (Essays in Biography – epitaph for Alfred Marshall, first published 1924.)

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