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Future Careers. By KP. My Personal Strengths. Math & Science – These are my best subjects. Machines – I have a dirt bike and a snowmobile. I often do repairs on them. Independent work – I enjoy working by myself on projects. I can stay focused for a long time.

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Future careers

Future Careers

By KP


My personal strengths

My Personal Strengths

  • Math & Science – These are my best subjects.

  • Machines – I have a dirt bike and a snowmobile. I often do repairs on them.

  • Independent work – I enjoy working by myself on projects. I can stay focused for a long time.

  • Computers – I can learn new programs and technology quickly.


My personal interests

My Personal Interests

  • Speed Skating – I have been speed skating for 4 years. I often compete in tournaments.

  • Nature – I enjoy being outdoors. I like camping and hiking.

  • Other Countries – I like learning about other countries in the world. I want to travel. I have been to six other countries.


Some possible careers

Some Possible Careers

  • Air Pilot

  • Civil Engineer

  • Geological Engineer


Air pilot

Air Pilot

  • Fly aircraft and helicopters for transportation and other services.

  • Workforce is 95% male.

  • In BC, the largest demand is in the Northeast.


Civil engineer

Civil Engineer

  • Civil engineers plan, design, develop and manage projects for the construction or repair of buildings, roads, bridges and dams.

  • Workforce is 87% male.

  • Work for private companies or the government.


Geological engineer

Geological Engineer

  • Carry out geological and geotechnical studies to assess suitability of locations for civil engineering, mining and oil and gas projects.

  • Workforce is 77% male.

  • Most work for mining, gas, and oil companies.


My preferred choice

My preferred choice

Air Pilot


Why an air pilot

Why an Air Pilot?

  • I enjoy working with machines. I like cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles and planes.

  • I like to travel. If I’m a pilot, I can travel the world as part of my job.

  • I’m good at Math and Science. You need to be good at both to fly a plane.


More information on air pilots

More Information on Air Pilots

  • Average Salary is $66 000 to $95 000.

  • Unemployment rate is 2.6%.

  • The current demand for workers in Canada is 7300.

  • There will be 7800 job openings in 2020.

  • Education – Air pilots need to graduate from a certified aviation school.

  • Air Pilots work for companies and the military.


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