Why building a personal library is a necessity in today’s job market?
When writing about building a personal library, I’m not talking about science fiction or historical literature unless those reading topics are relevant to your career and job prospects.
Knowledge is necessary to become more qualified and more successful and is essential for today’s job market due to the increase of young people going to university and how competitive today’s job market is.
It’s also important to understand that there is no such thing as a job for life due to the eco, international migration, and international crisis.
Today’s jobs may not exist in 20 to 30 years due to the growth of automation.
Here are the realities and projections of automation $15tn, Potential boost to global GDP from AI by 2030, 3 of jobs at potential risk of automation by early 2020s, 30% of jobs at potential risk of automation by mid-2030s, 44% of workers with low education at risk of automation by mid-2030s
as you can see and have experienced, automation is already here, and traditional working-class jobs are at risk. Go to a Morrisons or a supermarket with a self-serving till, demonstrating that standard service is on the decline and the working-classes kind of jobs may not be in the next 20 years.
Because of all the changes to the economy, building a personal library and joining professional and personal development courses is necessary to know to go into multiple professions.
If you lose one job having the required skills, it will be possible for you to join another work, or if you have the skills, knowledge or network, you can start your own business or a micro-business.
If you like to read more about this, here is the link to the website PDF document link found in the resource and the biblical of this book.
What should you be reading?
If you choose a career or job or are currently in an entry-level position depending on your work, you will need to read to improve your skill to become more successful and more qualified.
You will need to pair your abilities with the relevant qualification or if you can, relevant work experience.
Financial benefits of building a personal library
People who have built their libraries tend to earn over £52,000 a year, and in the United States, it is $95,000 or £62,00 in British pounds.
You may be looking at these amounts and thinking, why did I choose those amounts? In the UK, to live comfortably, you need to be earning £52,000 a year, and in the United States, you will need to be earning between $75,000 and $100,000 a year if you wish to live comfortably.
So put, through self-education and self-help, you can improve your financial and personal circumstances.
I want to point out that once you get over $95,000 and £52,000, you will not feel happier because relationships become more of a driving force to achieve happiness when you get over these amounts.
So, what I am advocating is a combination of aiming for personal wealth and healthy personal life that will lead to a prosperous life.
Be careful when selecting self-help and educational programs.
It would help if you were careful when selecting self-help and educational programs.
Choosing an academic program is essential to check whether or not employers accept the qualifications.
This is important because it will spare you wasting your money and your time. It is also necessary to understand that people will sell you self-development books and resources that accomplish nothing.
It is essential to know that some self-development has been corrupted by people profiteering from your fears.
Podcasting and blogging improve your skillets.
I mention developing your podcast and blog because it will give you various skills such as audio, editing, content creation and digital marketing to promote your blog and podcast.
These skills can be learned and classed as work experience by pursuing them independently and understanding the correct courses to gain educational and work experience.
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