Get The Right Career Introduces Career & Personality Assessment Program for Job Transition Candidates

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GetTheRightCareer.com has once again teamed with career transition and coaching veteran Dolah Saleh to introduce a proven Personality and Needs Assessment Program for currently unemployed and underemployed individuals. This process identifies the key ingredient to a successful job transition as one gains clarity on how to achieve their unique brand of job satisfaction and career success and happiness.

In the beginning...I would highly recommend...taking an assessment...it really was the key...

http://www GetTheRightCareer.com, a leading provider of career transition services, has introduced the essential Career & Personality Assessment Program to assist candidates in making intelligent career choices.    

Following an exhaustive review of many of the most popular assessment options on the market today, Dolah Saleh has identified the one assessment that has been proven over time to provide candidates with a tool to evaluate their ideal work environment, increasing the possibility for the individual to create a "best fit" career path. This is a crucial element when considering a career and even personal relationship.

The new and expanded Career & Personality Assessment 40 Page Report is proven to have a lifetime of value to the individual. "The Career and Personality Assessment is the most critical step in the job search process," said Saleh. "Without a clear understanding of yourself, you are leaving your next position totally up to chance and potentially setting yourself up to fail. Life is too short not to do everything we can to ensure that we are living the life that was intended for us."

Studies have continually shown that the majority of individuals are less than satisfied with what they do for a living. Perhaps that also suggests that there is an acceptance surrounding the idea that work is intended to be painful, or at least something individuals have to, not want to do. But that needn't be. In fact, it should not be, since people spend way too much time at their jobs not to be happy.

The antidote to avoiding this fate is discovering one's "best fit" job, the career path that is ideally suited to the needs of the individual. Working in this "career zone" means doing what a person loves, in an environment that suits their needs and utilizes their strengths. And what better time is there to engage in this process of introspection and discovery than when first beginning to make inroads into a career path? Although certainly not limited to college students or recent graduates, the ideal time to consider an assessment program is right when making those daunting decisions about where and how the individual will spend their work life. This not only ensures getting it right the first time, but also honors the specific needs of the individual and how they can make a unique contribution. This is the mutually beneficial assurance for the individual and their employer. It is the assurance the individual wants, whether they know it or not.

Engaging in the assessment process is an investment in a candidate's happiness and job satisfaction. Parents need to recognize this on behalf of their college bound students and recent graduates and young adults need to know that there is an answer to their confusion. The long acknowledged dilemma of getting the right career is easily and competently addressed by a simple decision to engage in the assessment process that offers a potential for life-long job satisfaction, one that is not only work but the right work, the right career. The Career & Personality Assessment Program gives individuals the direction needed for long-term success in a marketplace that is increasingly competitive. This valuable engagement may also reduce future stress by allowing candidates to focus on positive outcomes in both their careers, as well as their personal lives.

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