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Working in health education requires that you have certain skills and characteristics in order to have a successful career and future. Being able to multitask, make important decisions, and stay organized are essential to careers in this field. You will need to be enthusiastic as well as have good communication skills if you wish to teach others about things such as illness, healthy eating, exercise, and overall good personal health. When looking to pursue a career in this field it is important to ensure that you have the personality traits that are necessary.

Accredited schools and colleges can provide you with training that can be used in combination with your personal qualities to help you succeed. By possessing certain qualities you can provide others with the knowledge they need and desire. If you have certain qualities such as:
  • Compassion
  • Confidence
  • Creativity
...and you are:
  • Well Prepared
  • Organized
  • Knowledgeable can succeed in a health education career. With qualities such as these you can benefit from pursuing a career in health education because it will allow you to utilize your personality to help you live the life and earn the income you desire.

If you have a certain personality types such as ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging) and ESFJ (Extraverted Sensing Feeling Judging) you may succeed in careers like health education, nursing, social work, or family practice. The ISFJ and ESFJ personality types are those who are practical, nurturing, loyal, and enjoy routine tasks. These personality types like to help others and also have the ability to know how others may be feeling. If you have either of these personality types then you may be able to bring beneficial traits and characteristics to your desired profession.

Becoming a health educator not only require that you have the right training and skills, but also the individual qualities that allow you to become a successful professional. A lot more goes into a career than just what you learn in training, which is why it is important to choose a field and profession that are right for your personality type. Careers are available, so if you have what it takes then contact an accredited health education school to learn more about how you can put your personality and characteristics to work for you.

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