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NY Times: What is your opposite job? August 15, 2017

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The opposite job of an economist is an agricultural grader.

Economists use these skills the most Agricultural Graders use these skills the most
1

Number facility

1

Trunk strength

2

Mathematics

2

Handling and moving objects

3

Mathematical reasoning

3

Manual dexterity

4

Systems analysis

4

Foreign language

5

Written expression

5

Public safety and security

6

Judgment and decision making

6

Static strength

7

Oral expression

7

Arm-hand steadiness

8

Writing

8

Controlling machines and processes

9

Critical thinking

9

Finger dexterity

10

Complex problem solving

10

Production and processing

Economists use these skills the least Agricultural Graders use these skills the least
1

Ability to focus on one sound among distractions

1

Information ordering

2

Depth perception

2

Far vision

3

Finger dexterity

3

Pattern recognition

4

Hearing sensitivity

4

Near vision

5

Visual color discrimination

5

Making decisions and solving problems

6

Multitasking

6

Reading comprehension

7

Management of material resources

7

Active learning

8

Management of financial resources

8

Complex problem solving

9

Visualization

9

Processing information

10

Selective attention

10

Time management

The opposite job of an athlete and sport competitor is an agricultural grader.

Athletes and Sports Competitors use these skills the most Agricultural Graders use these skills the most
1

Explosive strength

1

Trunk strength

2

Dynamic strength

2

Handling and moving objects

3

Stamina

3

Manual dexterity

4

Gross body coordination

4

Foreign language

5

Dynamic flexibility

5

Public safety and security

6

Personnel and human resources

6

Static strength

7

Developing objectives and strategies

7

Arm-hand steadiness

8

Ability to maintain balance

8

Controlling machines and processes

9

Developing and building teams

9

Finger dexterity

10

Coaching and developing others

10

Production and processing

Athletes and Sports Competitors use these skills the least Agricultural Graders use these skills the least
1

Equipment maintenance

1

Information ordering

2

Ability to organize groups in different ways

2

Far vision

3

Quality control analysis

3

Pattern recognition

4

Troubleshooting

4

Near vision

5

Number facility

5

Making decisions and solving problems

6

Operation and control

6

Reading comprehension

7

Mathematics

7

Active learning

8

Ability to determine where a sound comes from

8

Complex problem solving

9

Mathematical reasoning

9

Processing information

10

Science

10

Time management

The opposite job of a taxi driver and chauffeur is a physicist.

Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs use these skills the most Physicists use these skills the most
1

Peripheral vision

1

Physics

2

Ability to determine where a sound comes from

2

Mathematical reasoning

3

Ability to react quickly in response to signals

3

Number facility

4

Ability to to time movements in anticipation of moving objects

4

Ability to organize groups in different ways

5

Night vision

5

Information ordering

6

Spatial orientation

6

Mathematics

7

Transportation

7

Oral comprehension

8

Glare sensitivity

8

Mathematics

9

Reaction time

9

Originality

10

Multitasking

10

Speech clarity

Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs use these skills the least Physicists use these skills the least
1

Computers and electronics

1

Performing general physical activities

2

Interacting with computers

2

Handling and moving objects

3

Education and training

3

Operation and control

4

Ability to organize groups in different ways

4

Customer and personal service

5

Management of personnel resources

5

Production and processing

6

Coordinating the work and activities of others

6

Assisting and caring for others

7

Repairing

7

Personnel and human resources

8

Information ordering

8

Drafting, laying out and specifying technical devices, parts and equipment

9

Perceptual speed

9

Performing for or working directly with the public

10

Near vision

10

Controlling machines and processes

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