Whether you’re deciding to look for your first job or a possible career change, understanding your personality type, brain organization and psychological/emotional needs takes away much of the risk that comes when we think a career sounds good until we are actually in the experience of it.Choosing a job or career is one of the most important things that we do and yet many of us are ill prepared to do so for two main reasons; we lack awareness of ourselves, our needs and ambitions; and we seek advice from others who are more concerned with our security needs (money, stability, familiarity) than in the fulfilment of our potential. Economist Neil Howe says that only 5% of people pick the right job or career on the first try. That’s because they limit themselves and let themselves know what they really may aspire to that would be more rewarding, yet more of a risk.We all want to be good at choosing paths for ourselves. With so many jobs and careers to choose from, it can be overwhelming to narrow it down to a handful.The information in this book will provide you with powerful insight into your work style and the type of career you are best suited to based on your Personality Type or Striving Style. You will learn the unique ways in which your Type gets its predominant need met through career and work choices. It will help you to understand the elements of work that are most intrinsically satisfying versus those that are more likely to frustrate your predominant need and are therefore dissatisfying for you. With this information, you can make choices that are most likely to move you in the direction of the career and future you desire. Each of the 16 Career books includes: How your brain is organized Need Satisfiers & DissatisfiersUsing the MBTI & SSPS in Career SelectionCareers Best Suited to Your Personality TypeOccupations to PursueOccupations to AvoidPlanning Your CareerTips for InterviewingThis, and so much more in one book.