Awesome Infographic How To Choose The Right Job

“We’re supposed to be perfect our first day on the job and then show constant improvement.” – Ed Vargo

As I get closer to the end of what has been my longest vacation period since I have been in the workforce, memories of my youthful days are coming back to me. I am going back to a job that I had been away from for a while. Am I anxious?Am I looking forward to the arrival of the next couple of days?

I know one thing is for certain and that is it will take a while to get the momentum going once again. 🙂 I will miss doing all of the fun things I did while on vacation.

It’s somewhat different for new college graduates. Students are eager to go out and find the right job so that they can have a very successful career. Some are a bit afraid especially that they do not have the perfect job lined up for them as yet. Others might even be worried that they won’t get the best jobs simply because they lack experience. They are I am sure eagerly looking for advice.

Brian Tracy in this post 10 Career Advice Tips For Recent College Grads offers some great advice that will help you to choose the career path and get you the job your hear desires.

In addition, here is a really awesome infographic from The Undercover Recruiter on choosing the right job that is best for you.


Things to Look For When Choosing Your Job

  1. Company size
  2. Job title
  3. Opportunities
  4. Flexibility
  5. People
  6. Environment
  7. Management

The full text for the infographic is originally from a post written by Neil Patel in How to Choose the Right Job So That You Can Have a Successful

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Yvonne I. Wilson is known for her prolific, dynamic leadership style with over twenty years in the healthcare industry. She is a trailblazer and a catalyst for change; a positive thinker and someone who is very passionate and optimistic about life. She is mantled as an end-time Apostolic Prophet with an extraordinary spirit of discernment, an exceptionally strong prophetic and healing anointing and a unique gift in prophetic intercessory prayer as she navigates through the realm of the spirit and as she ministers to the nations. With the Agape love of God and His undeniable purpose for which He has called her, God has given her a Prophetic Deliverance Ministry to bring deliverance to His people, to heal the wounded, rejected and emotionally scarred/broken in spirit, to break barriers, old paradigms and false teachings and to rebuild, establish and plant the things of God.

13 Comments on Awesome Infographic How To Choose The Right Job

  1. Hi Yvonne,

    What a great infographic! It is important for us to choose something that “fits” and not take on something just because we want to make money. For me, what is most important is people and management.

    I like to be surrounded with creative thinkers and people that are just inspiring to be around. As for management, it is important that someone can manage a group of people with respect and dignity.


    • Hi Donna,

      Wow, welcome to my blog! it is so nice of you to take time out from your busy schedule to stop by and leave this awesome comment. I concur with you wholeheartedly.

      Money is not all and I will choose happiness and job satisfaction any day over it. Most people seem to prefer people and the management aspect as well. Also these things you mentioned – respect, dignity, creative thinkers and the ability to inspire others fits nicely into the hierarchy of human basic needs.

      I appreciate your visit. Have a great day/weekend. Cheers! 🙂

  2. Hi Yvonne

    I love the infograph.

    For me, I am interested in flexibility, opportunities and people. Although Job title seems cool but to me, it is just a title.

    Thanks for sharing

    • Hi Ikechi,

      It’s always a pleasure to see you. Your support is unwavering and I really appreciate it.

      Flexibility, opportunities, people seem to rank high when selecting a job and trying to build a career. They are all important and I think it is pretty cool that one can be in a job and have flexibility. That makes life more interesting, don’t you think?

      Thanks for our participation in this discussion. Your presence here and your comment brings double value. Have a great week my friend.

  3. Hi Yvonne,

    I find this post to be a tremendous one, honestly. For most people in my country there are no jobs to choose from. So the major goal for working is usually to survive, [ay the bills and escape.

    However, I like the way you talked about focusing on the most important things instead of just money. There are still times when people can get these wonderful opportunities and it is nice to be able to know the things that should matter.

    I love your blog already. Kudos

    • Hi Toby,

      Welcome to my blog! I am happy to see you here in the neighborhood and I am pleased that you found the post beneficial. I agree it is different from one country to another and jobs are somewhat limited in terms of choices. So yea it’s whatever one can get to do for an income to pay the bills.

      I also believe that having the right attitude in terms of not focusing on the money part of it is significant just as you mentioned. Job satisfaction matters.

      Thanks for stopping by know that I value the time you took and I appreciate you leaving this comment. Have a blessed weekend. 🙂

  4. Hi Yvonne.
    Visiting your blog after a small break. I am glad I have landed on this post. Wonderful infographic by Brian Tracy. The infographic explains the difference of job and career in a subtle manner. Many people have confusion between these two terms.
    Out of 7 things, I give more preference to opportunities and flexibilities. Suppose a newcomer enters into a top MNC. If he is able to get the right amount of opportunity and exposure, he won’t be able to excel properly. Flexibility is really important. Richard Branson is the one of the coolest entrepreneurs of our time. He doesn’t follow 9-5 principle. He gives his employees lot of flexibility. It helps in increasing the bond between the employer and employee.
    Thanks for sharing the lovely infographic.

    • Hi Yatin,

      So great to see you here once again and for bringing more value to this column. Yes it was a small break but I understand there are other things that you had to attend to.

      I am happy that you loved the infographic and got a better understanding of the difference between a job and a career. I too got clarity in regards to the definitions while working on the post. I concur with you in regards to opportunities and flexibility. These are great ways to increase productivity, work relations, team building, not to mention the added benefits that comes to the individual.

      Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend. Cheers Buddy!

  5. Hello Yvonne ma’am

    Great Post. Thanks for Validating information that how to choose the right job.

    Agree with Adeel Sir Point and I will go through with 3 Points


    These three point is most important for every Job Seekers. If Company environment is good then you can adjust yourself there and mainly focus on your work.

    • Hi Saurabh,

      So glad to see you once again. Thanks for stopping by and I am happy that the post resonated with you. Absolutely, environment, people and management are key aspects to decision making when choosing the right job and career path.

      Have a great day/week. Cheers! 🙂

  6. Hello Yvonne,

    This is an excellent post and the infographic!

    What I would care the most, are the following:

    3- Opportunities
    5- People
    6- Environment
    7- Management

    Most important one is the people. When they are good and nice, you can do so good at your job. Bad people with bad attitude, you cannot maintain the focus to do your job and may end up easily to quit it despite how much opportunities you foresee, job title and all the other factors.

    Thanks again for this wonderful read! I am so happy to share it on my social life!

    ~ Adeel

    • Hi Adeel,

      How are you? I am truly excited to see you stopping by here and leaving this awesome comment.

      I love your choices. We want to check out every opportunity for upward mobility on the job and we also want to keep our options open. No one wants to be stuck. 🙂 Our environment must also be one that is conducive to high levels of productivity while at the same time be fun.

      I know there are lots of good bosses around and the management structure is excellent in terms of creativity, spontaneity, and them being able to move folks to get the work done but at the same time there are some terrible bosses. SO one has to be careful in doing their research and finding out as much as they can about the job, people etc before choosing to work at such a place.

      Thanks my friend and have a great day/week ahead. Cheers! 🙂

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