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Top 5 Career Options for the Perfect Organizer

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Are you a disciplined individual? Do you think you are a perfect organizer?

Organizing is one aspect of life that you will see in yourself right from childhood. Go back to the days when you had to arrange your books according to the day’s timetable; polish your shoes, iron your school uniforms and everything else. Organizing starts from there. Thereafter, there are several stages of life where you can determine whether you are a perfect organizer.

By now, you would have made up your mind on that. So, if you think you are a pro when it comes to organizing things, then why not choose a career in that line? Thinking what might be the ideal career options for good organizers like you? Don’t worry we have the list for you.

1. Manager

 

A manger’s position is the best and most appropriate one if organizing is your inborn quality.

Why: As a manager, you must monitor every major and minor aspect of your project and make sure that it comes out well and on the specified time. You will have to work proficiently to ensure that the project is finished within the budget.

Other Qualities: A manager will do well if he/she masters the following skills – leadership qualities, management tactics, communication abilities, finance skills, critical thinking, project management and collaboration skills.

2. Recruiter

It goes without saying that recruiters have a lot of organizing to be done.

Why: Handling the recruitment process of a company means a lot of things. You will have to organize the workforce, manage a pool of talents, manage resumes and also take care of the hiring requirements of different departments in your company. Right from sorting resumes to scheduling interviews to taking care of the joining formalities of appointed candidates, a recruiter’s job needs disciplined-organizing skills.

Other Qualities: If you are good at building relationships, thinking and analyzing big tasks and have good follow-up skills, you are a perfect fit for this position. You sales skills also come into play here.

3. Event Planner

The name says it all. Any planning requires organizing skills.

Why: Event Planners typically plan for happening events that people wish to take part in. They are responsible for keeping a proper record of the guest lists, cost involved, schedules, accommodations and many other things. Event planners must be perfectly organized in order to ensure that events happen on time and function well.

Other Qualities: The ability to make quick decisions, the wiliness to help fellow people, the willingness to work in flexible timing, time management skills and communication skills can help you face challenges associated with event planning.

4. Travel Agent

More like event planning, the role of a travel agent requires perfect organizing skills. However, you must have the passion to travel and must love to explore the different places in the world.

Why: There are several travellers around the world who love to make a planned trip including accommodations and itinerary arrangements. But not all travellers know how to do it, especially in places that are new to them. This is where you come into play.

Other Qualities: You will be a successful travel agent if you know lot of facts about different places around the world. If you love to get along with new people, have good communication skills or understand different culture and language, then this position is just for you.

5. Merchandiser

 

Wondering what’s a merchandiser going to organize? Well quite a lot. A merchandiser works in a store and he will arrange different items in an efficient way.

Why: To be a successful merchandiser, it is important for you to arrange your goods in a way that is most enticing for shoppers to buy them. You would love to put the most popular or the best-selling things in the front, where it is easily visible. A lot of merchandisers work in more than one store. Hence organizing plays a key role here.

Other qualities: Your business skills, sales tactics and marketing abilities can help you become a better merchandiser.

So that’s the list for the perfect organizers. If you can add more to the list or like to share your opinion on the list above, please do so in the comment section below.

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