Friday, January 3, 2020
Is Your Career the Best Factor to Determine Self-Worth The University of Phoenix School of Business recently reported the results of a survey showing that almost half (47 percent) of working adults in the U.S. gain equal or greater feelings of self-worth from their jobs and careers as they do from their personal lives. The survey of more than 1,000 working adults in the U.S. also shows that even though were still in tough economic times and have a national 6.1 percent unemployment rate, 60 percent of working adults would quit their job if it decreased their feelings of self-worth. Other survey highlights include-45 percent of workers are still searching for the right career, and more than one-third (37 percent) plan to change careers in the next two years.-Younger workers are the most interested in transition, with 66 percent of workers in their 20s still searching for the right career and 55 perc ent planning to change careers in the next two years.-The youngest and the oldest working adults are the most likely to quit a job if it decreases their feelings of self-worth, as reported by 69 percent of workers in their 20s and 72 percent of workers age 60 and above.-54 percent of employees surveyed believe that pursuing additional education would increase their feelings of self-worth.A 2013 USA Today article supports the findings of this current study. The article, At Work Job, self-esteem tied tightly together, references a Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index of 100,000 Americans, which revealed that 11.4 percent of unemployed Americans last year were depressed compared to 5.6 percent of those working full time during the survey period. Another 16.6 percent of Americans not in the workforce were depressed at that time.It is possible that there is something about employment that contributes to lower depression rates, or it could be that those who have depression are less able to seek out and retain employment, Gallup wrote. The USA Today article quotes a psychotherapist who supported this concept. It readsBeing employed helps you feel wanted and that youre contributing to your finances, says psychotherapist Elizabeth Lombardo. It also gives you social support a buffer against depression.In his practice, psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert sees a lot of unemployed people who are depressed.He describes them as usually feeling hopeless and helpless, their sense of identity greatly diminished.Employment provides a sense of purpose, of belongingness, he says. Those who are unemployed lack that purpose.The article also quotes another psychotherapist, Charles Allen, who believes working and self-esteem are closely aligned. The article readsWhen you have a job, you have a continuous source of feedback that you are a contributing member of society, he says. Thats not to say you go to work thinking, Hey, Im a valued member of society. The idea is largely subconscious.Y ou feel it in the depths of your brain, he says.Allen notes that this idea of self-worth and career is largely subconscious. Many things in our world play on our subconscious, and ones career is no different.Think about how our society is setup Were told to go to school, get a degree and get a job.Degree=money and opportunities (to make more money)Money=stability, ability to support oneself/familyStable family life=happinessA degree also symbolizes an accomplishment, and there are varying levels of being deemed accomplished in society.A high school graduate is accomplished compared to someone who earned a GED. And a person holding a doctorate degree is held to a higher esteem than one who earned a BA in English.So then we transfer this title and/or accolade definition of success to our careers and self-worth. A job equals hard working, but unemployed equals lazy.And the more distinguished the role, the more distinguished the individual.Dr. Jane Doe is held to a much higher esteem th an security guard John Doe, even though both are college educated and employed. Yet, both Jane and John are higher up and/or oben liegend to Jim, Pam, and millions of other unemployed persons, especially those who have been unemployed long-term and receive government assistance.Of course, the above example is just a brief snapshot of our societys hierarchy and not a complete depiction (nor does it represent everyones views) but it does offer one simple explanation of why people define so much of their self-esteem by their occupations.Most of us have been trained to follow these steps for success and these societal standards and definitions of success have been driven into our subconscious since we were little.I say we have to make the decision to define success for ourselves. Not every worker equates his or her self-worth with his or her job. Having a college degree, owning a company or even having millions in the bank are not allgemein gltig signs of success and accomplishments, al though were pushed to believe this.Success is objective, and this holds true for ones occupation. Think about what makes you happy, fulfilled and accomplished as an individual, and then pursue that.Define success for yourself and on your own terms, and dont attach your sense of self-worth to any one thing or personespecially not a job or title that could literally be yours today and someone elses tomorrow.
Sunday, December 29, 2019
What Career Should an INFP ChooseWhat Career Should an INFP ChooseHave you found out that your personality type is INFP (standing for Introversion (I), Intuition (N), Feeling (F), Perception)? Perhaps you learned youre an INFP from a career counselor after he or she administered the Myers Briggs font Indicator (MBTI) or maybe you determined it yourself after reading about psychiatrist Carl Jungs personality theory. If youve never heard of Carl Jung and his personality theory or the MBTI, heres some background. The MBTI is based on Jungs theory, and it is often used to help people make career-related decisions. Career experts believe that knowing what your personality type is can help you choose a career that suits you and lead you toward the right work environment. In a nutshell, experts use this utensil to help you learn what your true personality type is and what career will make you happiest. According to the theory behind the MBTI, your personality type is made up of your prefere nces for how you do things, how you feel energized, how you perceive information, how you make decisions, and (in general) how you live your life. Individuals energize through Introversion (I) or Extroversion (E), perceive information through Sensing (S) or Intuition (N), make decisions by Thinking (T) or Feeling (F), and live their lives by Judging (J) or Perceiving (P). Jungtheorized that while we each exhibit aspects of both preferences in eachpair, we display one preference more strongly than the other. The four-letter code assigned to your personality typeis derived by putting together the four letters that correspond to your stronger preferences. Heres a deeper look at what your particular four-letter code means. What Each INFP Letter of Your Personality Type Code Means IYou prefer introversion. In other words, things within yourself, such as your thoughts and ideas, are what energizes you. You tend to be quiet and reserved. This could mean you dont like to risk interacti ng enough with others.N You process information using intuition, or insight. You dont have to have physical evidence of something to know it exists. You consider future possibilities and look for patterns in details to see how they affect the big picture. If a new opportunity emerges, you are inclined to take advantage of it. FYour feelings and personal values guide your decisions. If you feel strongly about something, you may not consider the consequences. You are a caring person who is adept at understanding others.P You are flexible and spontaneous, and you tend to take life as it comes. You are curious and you want to be able to explore. This means you arent much of a planner and often deadlines approach more quickly than anticipated- this might leave you rushing to schliff projects on time. Its important to realize that these are only your preferences- they arent set in stone. While you may prefer to energize, process information, make decisions or have a particular lifestyle, you can change how you do things if necessary. In addition, your preferences can change as you mature in life. Consider Your Personality Type When Making Career-Related Decisions Knowing your personality type can help you make career-related decisions including career choices. You should also take your personality type into account when deciding whether a particular work environment is right for you. Working in a high-powered finance job on Wall Street is quite different than working for a non-profit environmental group. Even though all the letters in your code are significant, when it comes to career choice, the middle two letters are the most important. Your middle letters N and F indicate that you should look for occupations that let you develop and implement new ideas. This would let you take advantage of your preference for looking toward the future- and the possibilities that exist there. Because your feelings and values are important, you may be well-suited for a career a s a psychologist, mental health counselor, librarian, interpreter or translator, dietitian, physical therapist, occupational therapist,teacher, actor, graphic designer, social worker, orwriter and editor. You should consider your preferences for I (introversion) and P (perceiving), especially when evaluating work environments. As someone who experiences motivation from within yourself, you would probably enjoy working independently- perhaps as a freelancer or in a full-time remote job. Be attentive to your need for flexibility and your difficulty with meeting deadlines. If you pick an occupation that is typically oriented toward having to meet constant deadlines (like a media expert or publicist) that would present a challenge for you. Sources The Myers-Briggs Foundation Web Site.Baron, Renee.(1998)What Type Am I?. NY PenguinBooks.Page, Earle C.Looking at Type A Description of the Preferences Reported by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Tieger, Paul D., Barron, Barbara, and Tieger, Kelly. (2014)Do What You Are. NY Hatchette Book Group.
Tuesday, December 24, 2019
Virtual Builds Become Actual Reality Virtual Builds Become Actual Reality Virtual Builds Become Actual RealityTheres something unnatural about the way people cobble together products and prototypes in the digital age. Building things destined for three dimensions in a two-dimensional medium can make the process needlessly complex and counterintuitive. But if you want an object to exist as a file first, theres currently no other way.Thats about to change. Thanks to the people behind MakeVR, designers, architects, sculptors, and makers of all kinds, will soon be able to get into their objects as never before. The coming onslaught of virtual reality technology isnt just for gamers.MakeVR is, in essence, a program built on a CAD engine that will run on any of the virtually reality platforms soon to hit the market. With it, workers in 3D will be able to submerge themselves in a space where they can work with any conceivable digital tool to build any conceivable element. Using the saatkorn kind of gestures weve all quickly learned on smart screensswiping, zooming, scrollingdesigners of any level of professionalism will cavort around their creations with ease. With either hand you can grab any point in space and move it in any direction, says Steve Hansted, MakeVRs product manager. You can walk your way through the environment, you can climb a rope with two hands, you can grab, rotate, and scale your environment up or down. Those simple navigation metaphors allow you to very rapidly do whatever you want.Model renderings and 3D printed output. Image SixenseSince its essentially a CAD program, MakeVR comes with all the usual CAD tools, allowing users to work as precise and as detailed as they need tobut with much greater speed. Traditional tools have very steep learning curves, and there are deep menu based items. It takes a long time to learn to use them and once you do youre still relegated to work in the same standard 2D environment, using mouse and keyboard to rotat e and navigate, says Hansted. Its not intuitive. With MakeVR you are working at all times in 3D. The learning curve is so much easier, especially if you have no modeling experience. Hansted estimates that, even for experienced modelers, a task like grabbing a cylindrical object and sticking it in a circular hole is nine times faster in MakeVR than it is with a keyboard and mouse.Its so much easier that complete newbies have been able to slide on a pair of VR goggles and start building within minutes. Children that visited one conference and tried MakeVR got to work as if theyd been handed a box of blocks. It was kind of stunning, says Hansted. Young kids are raised on 2D multi-touch. I would just hand them the controllers and stand backthey would just start pushing buttons till something happened. Watching the kids in there, it was frightening, it was just that natural.The first big market likely to adopt MakeVR is3D printing. The printers are priced for, and targeted to, the everym anwho usually doesnt have any skills in CAD. With MakeVR it may take longer for the average Joe to print an object than to build it. But game makers, whose 3D worlds stay digital, are also likely to take to the technology like virtual fish in virtual water.More traditional prototypers are likely to jump in too. With MakeVR, multiple designers and can be working on the same project in the same virtual space. And models can be shared with clients from afar, with every detail, in and out, up for scrutiny. Alterations, of course, can be made on the fly.With VR technology only just now springing on the scene, its hard to know just how big of an impact it will have on the world of design. Once engineers get their heads in VR goggles on a regular basis, the program is sure to evolve to meet their needs. The way things are progressing right now, I cant image whats two years down the road, says Hansted. 10 years down the road Im sure well all have chips in our head.Michael Abrams is an indep endent writer.Learn more about the latest technologies in 3D printing at ASMEs AM3D Conference Expo For Further DiscussionWith MakeVR you are working at all times in 3D. The learning curve is so much easier, especially if you have no modeling experience.Steve Hansted, product manager, MakeVR
Friday, December 20, 2019
Careers in Sales - Medical Device Sales ProfessionalCareers in Sales - Medical Device Sales ProfessionalTake a stroll through any hospital and look at the incredible number and variations of devices you see. During your next doctors sekretariat visit, try to count how many medical devices you pass on your walk from the waiting room to the examination room. When youre done counting, realize that every device that you saw, counted, wondered if it is going to be used on you and then questioned about its purpose, came to its location as the result of a sale taking place. And unless people stop getting sick, old or injured, those ausverkauf will continue well into the future. 1099 or W2 The number of medical device manufacturers is enormous. Some manufacture just one specific device and some manufacture hundreds of devices. There are those who design, build and sell multimillion-dollar pieces of equipment, and others make medical-grade cotton swabs. The variations are seemingly endles s as are the ways their sales professionals earn their income. In general, sales reps who sell medical devices are either independent sales professionals or full-time, W2-receiving employees. For those interested in starting a career in medical device sales, expect to find a fairly even split between those positions that are 1099 based and those that require that you are a company employee. Unless you are only comfortable working with a commission plan that includes a combination of salary and commissions, your main focus should be on finding a company that pays a high percentage of commissions, based on either gross profit or number of devices sold. Manufacturers or Distributors When looking for a sales career in the medical device industry, your search will be focused on either working directly for the manufacturer or a distributor. Both have advantages and benefits, and both have potential drawbacks. Working for a Manufacturer The main benefit of working directly for a me dical device manufacturer is pricing. Since the company makes whatever device you are selling, they have the greatest flexibility in pricing. Another advantage is direct name branding. Lets say that you have a job selling MRI machines that are made by XYZ corporation and you are involved in a competitive sales cycle at a large hospital. Your competitor is also selling the same MRI machine, manufactured by your company, but they work for a distributor. Not only will you be able to get more aggressive with pricing support levels, but since you represent the manufacturing company, the decision makers at the hospital will, most likely, feel more comfortable buying from you than from your competitor. There are several disadvantages to consider as well. The main being your limited portfolio of products. Distributors usually have more than one line that they represent, allowing them to match their proposed product to a customers needs better. Working for a Distributor Distributors hav e arrangements, usually with several manufacturers, to sell their products. Depending on their commitment levels, they receive pricing support levels which allow them to sell the device for a profit. Typical support levels range from 10% to 40% discounted pricing. What this means is that a registered distributor can buy a device from a manufacturer for 10, 20, 30 or 40% less than the published MSRP (Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price.) Most distributors expect to earn their profit not on the sales of devices but on value-added services. Installation or inventory management are two common value-adds that bring profit to distributors. As a sales rep working for a distributor, you should make sure that you can earn commission on both the sale of the device as well as on any additional services sold. If not, youll need to determine if the market to which you will be selling will support margin levels that are high enough for you to earn the income that you desire. You will also need t o determine how many competitors, including the possibility of competing against manufacturer reps, that you will be competing against. Lastly, it is important to understand how many different manufacturers you will be representing and how many different devices you will be able to sell. More is not necessarily better, but more is better than not enough No matter how many you sell, you need to be the subject matter expert on the device or devices you sell. If you sell a product youre not very familiar with, you probably wont sell many devices
Sunday, December 15, 2019
Heres what I learned when I moved back home at age 30Heres what I learned when I moved back home at age 30Turning 30 welches a terrifying reality for me.Id always been one of those ambitious Type A planners who had countless checklists of career goals and clear milestones of where I had to be by 30 - only to find when I got there that all that welches, well, words on paper. At 30, I welches working in Los Angeles in the entertainment industry in business operations - and at 30, Id also realized that my career was heading down a road I had no desire to travel.So I started applying and interviewing for companies. Some interviews didnt pan out. Others, I intentionally bombed because I could tell they werent going to be a good fit. In one particularly awful one, I got checked up and down by the first male employee I encountered followed by the interviewer staring at my chest the entire time.Frustrated and exhausted, I found myself missing home. I was born and raised in Humboldt County, a rural community known for its highly lucrative cash crop and redwood forests (Lonely Planets 2018 1 US Destination). I missed my family, my friends, my family dog, nature and a slower pace of life. I decided that Id apply for jobs at home and in LA, and I would take whatever came.In the end, I was able to go home sooner than I had imagined. The company I had been working for began to lay off employees due to restructuring- and I ended up being one of those laid off.I was in shock as I began to think about how much my rent and living expenses cost versus the check Id receive on unemployment along with my small severance package. I knew I would have to leave my studio apartment because there would be no way for me to afford it- let alone the utility bills- but heres the thing in realizing that, I felt content. It was time to go home.There was just one last tie to break. I had to end it with the guy Id been seeing on and off for four years of my life, and inevitably, we had one of t hose necessary blowout fights to end it all. I wasnt that sad - I was more relieved it was finally done.I moved back in with my parents three weeks later.I felt like a hot mess, like the mid-2000s Lindsay Lohan/Paris Hilton days.Back to my rootsAs good as it was to be home, sitting in my childhood room, looking at my letterman jacket still hanging in the closet and boxes of my adult life stacked in the corner, I started doubting myself and every decision I had made for the past 12 years. I found myself trying to mute the bellowing voice of self-loathing and hatred that now took up any quiet mind time.Shortly after arriving home, I hit the pavement running. I applied for jobs, got a gym membership (since I had put on 30 pounds of stress weight), went to the doctor and got in as many doctor appointments as I could before I canceled my COBRA, started going to therapy and taking anti-depressants, deactivated my Facebook, hung out with my friends and even tried to date to forget about H e Who Shall Not Be Named.At that time, my thought process went something like this I wasnt quite failing at life, just stripping away all the things that werent working for me that, until then, Id been too obstinate to let go of. Maybe my yellow brick road had just gotten clogged up with LA smog and this was the opportunity to take a scrubbing to it.After a few months, though, the job offers werent coming. Those COBRA doctor appointments meant skin cancer biopsies were taken (benign, thank goodness). My family dog, who never left my side when I could barely get out of bed, had to be put down and my love life was stagnant. I felt like a hot mess, like the mid-2000s Lindsay Lohan/Paris Hilton days.Five months into moving home, some new opportunities appeared and I jumped at them - finally, there was a part-time temporary job, and I started playing softball in a city recreational league. I had things to look forward to, and I got to start a new bung.The beast of comparison and self-lo athing will always be there - be prepared to have a muzzle for it.The comparison bugBut almost immediately, the reality of my situation smashed my small wins my college roommate got married. At her wedding, I was surrounded by people talking about their accomplishments- buying a house, getting married, getting the promotion to Vice President of whatever, pregnancy talk, etc.High fives all around for them.It wasnt that I wasnt stoked for their successes and what they were proud of, but I found myself trying to avoid discussing what I was up to because, well, what was there to say?Id gelbkreuzgas my job, apartment, and the guy I thought I would eventually marry, and I was working a part-time temp job for $11.50/hour with no job prospects in sight while living with my parents. Oh, and I was still carrying that extra 25 pounds of stress weight.Ultimately, I opened up - and for the rest of the night, I got looks of sympathy and handed copious glasses of wine. The hangover and hazy imag es of pity-filled eyes were not the best parting gifts, but the wedding itself was incredible.As much as I would like to say You shouldnt compare yourself to others, doing so would make me a hypocrite. Whether its in Buti Yoga class when the woman next to me doing amazing bendy moves, or thinking about how lucky my best friend is because she doesnt have crazy baby hairs like I do that cramp any hairstyle I attempt, Im always comparing on some level.For me, that night meant realizing I needed to turn down the volume on my comparison voice in my head. Thats something I have to be present for - its always going to be there, but recognizing its there, especially when its the loudest, is a skill that Im continuing to hone.Not being able to control my exact outcome and surrendering to the unknown was frustrating - like trying to apply liquid eyeliner after coffee or dealing with my student loan company level frustrating.The turning pointBy mid-November, the temporary job was coming to a n end, my unemployment was gone. While I had just picked up another temporary job working at a law firm, the interviews for full-time work werent going anywhere - there were more rejection letters or just no follow-up from them at all. It became something of a joke - repeatedly, it would get down to me and another candidate, and the hiring manager would pick the other person.Then, it happened. The case I was helping get ready for court ended abruptly a few days before Christmas, which meant no more work for me. Surrendering to the possibility that no one would be hiring until mid-January, I decided to focus on my time off with family and friends and puppy cuddles (care of a new dog named Duncan Macleod) before I revved up the job search engine again in January.A few days after Christmas, I received a job offer working with our local government. I jumped at the chance. I wouldnt start the job for three weeks but hey, I had a job. I would have a consistent income and health insuranc e (you know youre adulting when ).I started my position right after my birthday - at the ripe age of 31. Things started to (finally) fall into place. Once I got into a routine at work, I next focused on my health, both physically and mentally. After I felt I was in healthy space, I decided to dip my toes in the dating pool and started doing things outside my comfort zone - like going to a rodeo, checking out local street fairs, or taking spur of the moment weekend getaways.Patience, resilience, surrender, and asking for help are good things to have in my toolkit.What year 30 taught meFor most of my 30th year, I felt like Tom Hanks at the beginning of Castaway, stuck in a storm and washed up, disheveled and haggard on the beach. Not being able to control my exact outcome and surrendering to the unknown was frustrating - like trying to apply liquid eyeliner after coffee or dealing with my student loan company level frustrating.But focusing on the immediate things that I could make a difference in providing some semblance that I was the still the Queen Bee of my life story. By the end of the year, I was less Castaway more Sasha Fierce- confident, grounded, and looking to the future with a smile instead of anxiety and dread.So what were my biggest takeaways? I will bullet point it out because, frankly, I love bullet pointsThe beast of comparison and self-loathing will always be there - be prepared to have a muzzle for it.Patience, resilience, surrender, and asking for help are good things to have in my toolkit.Im lucky to have the family and friend support I do, and a roof over my head, because I know not everyone is as fortunate.My dad was my biggest cheerleader. He was always encouraging me even when I felt helpless and worthless and telling me something good was on the way. He was right. It just took a lot of patience and blind faith on my end.My dog is the best furchild and four-legged therapist on the planet. (Im biased, Im aware.)Focusing on improving o ne aspect of my life at a time provided me with the best result.Self-care is key to maintaining mental, psychological, physical and spiritual focus.Am I where I want to be career and lifestyle wise? Not quite, but Im heading in that direction - and Im a lot closer than where I was three years ago. Its all a process, and Im still learning the ebb and flow.This article first appeared on Career Contessa.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Thursday, December 5, 2019
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