Some people are at their best when they’re interacting with others. If someone’s biggest strength is their ability to speak clearly and effectively, there is good news: there are many careers out there that will let them put their talent to good use. In the article “No Detail is Too Small for Girls Answering a Simple Question,” Tony Kornheiser discusses a common complaint between the sexes. Men and women just do not speak the same language. Gender affects the way people communicate and some jobs just aren’t for everyone. Women tend to elaborate with a lot more detail and go on about the story they are telling. “Boys do not gather and retain information, they focus on results” (Kornheiser, 279). Kornheiser reviews that even though men think of life in a simpler way than women, there are many jobs that require a lot of talking and are perfect for the way women speak. Women have a huge advantage over men when it comes to their different talking styles. Oprah and Chelsea Lately both earn large paychecks talking. Sure, Oprah oversees a multimedia empire and Chelsea Lately has a career in comedy, but their primary jobs are hosting talk shows and conversing with guests. Talk show hosts do a lot of interviews and talk to a lot of people to gather information. They interview show guests about their lives, their work, or topics of current interest (Careers for Talk Show Host). They all have the same career, basically chitchatting in front of the world. That’s the entertainment world though, and most of us aren’t paid to be that verbal. Not everyone has a knack or true liking for being able to help others. If you’re a true people person, it’s ideal to be able to incorporate your extroverted and caring personality into your work life. Nurses are some of the many people who always have to be on top of their work. You can’t possibly list every responsibility nurses have. Whether in an emergency room, physician’s office or a number of other settings, nurses are working...
Cited: Kornheiser, Tony. “No Detail is Too Small for Girls Answering a Simple Question.”
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