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Types of Employer

Once you realize what kind of work you want to do, you should give some thought to what kind of employer you want to do it for.

Almost any kind of work can be performed in a variety of settings. For example, a doctor might do basically the same work in private practice, in a small clinic, or in a big hospital. The type of employer would make a big difference in how happy the doctor was with the job.

Different types of employers also offer different advantages and disadvantages in terms of career growth. If you're just starting out in a field, you might want to seek out a position at a small company where you would get a chance to do a lot of different things and assume a lot of responsibility or you might prefer to work for a large company that would provide you with additional training (and whose name would be impressive to have on your resume).

These pages will help you understand what you can expect from different types of employers:

Large Corporations

Small Companies

Government

Military

Universities and Research Institutions

Non-Profit Organizations


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