What is a Conventional job? Many of the other job categories are easier to understand, we know what an artistic or social job could be but recognizing a conventional job can be a bit tricky. People who work in conventional jobs tend to enjoy clerical, organizational, or administrative work. They are typically organized, detail-oriented, and good with administrative tasks. Some jobs in this category can include bankers, financial managers, economists, paralegals, web developers, and research assistants.
Douglas is an Associate Professor of Economics at Temple University. His past education includes a double major in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Florida in 2007. He went on to get his masters and PhD in Economics from Cornell University.
Timothy attended Fitchburg State University and received his bachelor’s degree in communications in 2006. Although Tim was very smart and capable upon graduation, he had a hard time finding a job. He went on 75 different job interviews before finally being hired by EversourceEnergy.
Jenaya Smith is a Customer Service Representative for Neighborhood Health, an insurance company that offers Medicaid and Medicare combined services, and commercial plans. She attended Bridgewater State College. Majoring in Human Services. and obtained an associate degree of science.
Tara Chavez lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and works as a Quality Assurance and Testing Specialist with the United States Forest Service.
Kim Charlson has worked at the Perkins School for the Blind Braille and Talking Book Library for 36 years, and she is also the president of the north American/Caribbean World Blind Union. She attended Willamette University Receiving her B.S. in Political Science and Government.
Kane Brolin works as a financial planner and owns his own business, Brolin Wealth Management. He received a B.S. in Speech Communication at Iowa University and a master’s in Management at Northwestern University.