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How to choose a career. Ms. Perez. Bell ringer. Could a job turn into a career? Could a job be used as a stepping point to a career?. Job Vs. Career. JOB : Set of tasks you accomplish as you work. One does not intend to stay employed in this field. CAREER:

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bell ringer
Bell ringer
  • Could a job turn into a career?
  • Could a job be used as a stepping point to a career?
job vs career
Job Vs. Career
  • JOB:
  • Set of tasks you accomplish as you work.
  • One does not intend to stay employed in this field.
  • CAREER:
  • This is an occupation to which you made a long term commitment
factors affecting career choice
Factors Affecting Career Choice
  • Values and Lifestyle
  • Aptitudes and Interests
  • Personal Qualities and Traits
steps in career planning
Steps in Career Planning
    • Self-Analysis
    • Research
    • Plan of Action
    • Reevaluation
  • The Importance of Goals
  • Making the Right Choices
why do people work
Why do people work?
  • To meet their needs, wants, and goals.
  • To gain a sense of identity--who they are.
where to find jobs
Where to find jobs?
  • School Counseling and Placement Services.
  • Periodicals, Books, and other Publications.
  • Monthly labor reviews
  • Public and Private Employment Agencies.
  • Newspaper, Yellow Pages, and Private Job Listings
  • Internet
    • Linkedin, Monster.com, indeed.com
  • Statistical Handbook of Working America - Forecasts future job prospects - which jobs are growing and which are declining
  • The Federal Government Official Job Site: http://www.usajobs.gov/
job search techniques
Job Search Techniques
  • Get Organized
  • Make a Plan
  • Follow Through
  • Don’t Give Up!!
the economy today
The economy today….
  • Harder to find a job now-but slowly but surely GETTING BETTER 
  • http://msn.careerbuilder.com/msn/video.aspx?msnbeta=true&from=gallery_en-us&videoid=da3b4ff3-7756-4fbe-9426-6fd33948622a
derived demand
Derived Demand
  • Jobs derived from the demands of consumers for goods and services - Jobs come into existence and go out.
types of unemployment
Types of Unemployment
  • Seasonal – seasonal jobs, construction.
  • Cyclical – down turn in business results in layoffs and bankrupt companies.
  • Structural – change the job description as a result of technology.
  • Frictional – persons who quit their job or are in search of a new job or career
article review
Article Review
  • Some of you KNOW what you want to do-congrats! I am going to ask you to read an article about how to get hired
  • Some of you do not know what you are going to do-I am going to ask you to read the article how to decide on a career
  • Raise your hand if you know what you want to do
  • Raise your hand if you DON’T know what you want to do
who read
Who read….
  • How to decide on a career field
  • How to triple your chances of getting a job
  • Steps in choosing a career
  • What hiring managers want to see
  • Group/partner and explain your article
25 goals assignment
25 Goals Assignment
  • Please complete the 25 goals assignment
  • Due Friday
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