This handbook would be extremely helpful in crafting an approach toward identifying a first job. The author documents a $10T to $15T earnings difference between a high school and college graduate.
Critical abilities are articulated by the author including: o ability o creativity/art o interpersonal skills o language acquisition o numerical computation o organization o persuasion o scientific o spatial and mechanical abilities
Most college grads are situated in one of the following professions:
o business o IT or computer o engineering o health care o mathematics o the agricultural sciences
A PhD can lead to a job paying over $100T while a professional degree or designation pays upwards of $128T per year. This volume would be instrumental in crafting a career worthy of the extensive preparations students undergo.
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