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Online overview of skills really used in jobs

a startup idea shared by Anonymous on 03/19/2011

It is quite difficult to imagine when you are at elementary school or high school what exactly does it take to be a doctor or a lawyer or a business analyst. Usually it's heavily stereotyped. What I miss is a site where people who are actually working share what kind of skills they really use on the daily basis in their jobs. It could help if real doctors tell you how much is the work about paperwork or IT so you should prepare yourself. What needs to be figured out is the motivational system. I think parents could pay a test for their children that would suggest them several jobs based on what they like to do and what they can cope with and the already working people can get a small reward for a few minutes of their time that would help children to choose a job they actually like to do.




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