The career of a civil servant was selected as the most wanted job among Korean adults. Recently, online job portal Saramin conducted a survey on the career preferences of job seekers and salaried people. Among the choices, working as a civil servant ranked first, accounting for 26.7 percent. Because job security is a top priority for job seekers, many of them want to work for public institutions and the government. This was followed by those who hope to run restaurants or other independent operations and office workers, which account for 16.2 percent and 15 percent, respectively.
Christine Kim Staff Reporter (email@example.com)
1. Why do so many Korean adults want to work as civil servants?
2. Which jobs followed after a civil servant?
1. Is it better to be a boss or an employee? Why?
2. What are some good things to have on your resume?