This week we are going to look at the data we entered into our form last week and see if we can draw any conclusions concerning what we ought to set as Economic Goals when looking for work, i.e. what do we consider to be the most important and realistic economic benefits we can expect a good job to provide. Keep in mind that the data entered is "fictitious", i.e., the basic information you might enter into the form is likely to be different and, as such, the conclusions reached in your situation might be different. [You will note that I have reformatted our form (to make it easier to use) and changed some of the data entries (to better make some points about how to use the form)] Remember, at this juncture, we are addressing the economic implications of the following question, which is the first in a series of questions we are going consider involving employment.
Question #1 - Why do you want to work?
Earlier blogs in this series on employment, which you may find helpful to review, include the following:
Look at our newly revised form below. You will find I've added two columns. These are for the purpose of analyzing the data we entered and drawing some conclusions. The analysis and discussion follow.