We surveyed 2,668 clergies to better understand the work environment and required skills of a typical clergy. Here are the results.
How much intelligence is required as a clergy?
Working as a clergy typically doesn’t require the use of high levels of intelligence in daily tasks.
Can I learn to become a clergy?
A career as a clergy typically depends predominantly on qualities you can gain through experience, with a small aspect of skills you are born with.
Is it easy to get a job as a clergy?
It’s typically difficult to find a job as a clergy. If you’re curious about the numbers, check out the job market for clergies.
Do clergies work full-time or part-time?
68% of clergies work in full-time roles while 32% work part-time.
Is being a clergy stressful?
Stress is not uncommon amongst clergies, with daily work sometimes being quite demanding.
Is being organized important as a clergy?
Some level of organization is generally required to be a clergy.
How competitive is the workplace for clergies?
Competition at work is not common for clergies.
Does being a clergy require frequent time pressure to complete tasks?
Time pressure tends not to be a major contributor of stress for clergies.
Are clergies allowed to express themselves creatively?
Creativity is intrinsic to being a clergy, and a highly valuable part of the career.
Do clergies have control over the direction of their work?
Clergies have high flexibility in the direction of their work, allowing them a lot of freedom in how they accomplish their goals.
Is being a clergy physically demanding?
Work as a clergies is not the most physically demanding of careers, falling in the bottom half of all careers.
Are clergies exposed to a wide variety of work?
The workload of a clergy changes frequently, with their day-to-day rarely being the same.
Does being a clergy require attention to detail?
Attention to detail isn't necessarily required to be successful as a clergy.
Does being a good clergy require compassion and empathy?
Strong compassion and empathy are critical to success as a clergy.