Resolving careers involve helping to settle disputes or conflicts between people or organizations.
Typical job titles for people who choose resolving career paths include:
Resolving careers are generally available to individuals working as independent specialists or in public positions.
Many different majors can lead to resolving career paths. However, some jobs may require an advanced degree or special certification.
People in resolving careers need to be able to:
- maintain reasonable objectivity
- interact with people
- solve problems
- focus well on detail