Job description

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The job description describes work processes that a job entails or requires.

A good job description also includes information about the access conditions, the duration of the training and the development opportunities. In order to find out whether the job described corresponds to the individual skills, a requirement profile helps , which should not be missing in a detailed job description. A job description illuminates all aspects of a job, is objective and shows both bright and dark sides.

Nevertheless, a job description is never comprehensive, the job description is subject to constant change and cannot be separated from the author's point of view.

Careers counseling and professional associations have a wide range of information about the professions and help to establish the necessary contacts.

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