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Tell a story. Activity One: Fill in the bubbles with previous occupations/jobs. Add in volunteer work and descriptions of the jobs. Look for a common factor. (skills, abilities, interests, work environment) Find the O*Net descriptor that fits. Search for future occupations

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Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

Tell a story

Activity One:

Fill in the bubbles with previous occupations/jobs.

Add in volunteer work and descriptions of the jobs.

Look for a common factor. (skills, abilities, interests, work environment)

Find the O*Net descriptor that fits.

Search for future occupations

Investigate a few occupations in O*Net.


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20 years

Accounting

Clerk

Teacher

Economist

10 years

Retail

Clerk

Management

Trainee

Child Care

Worker

Temp Work

College – B.A. Economics

Security

Museum

Security

Shopper

Accounting

Clerk

Math

Tutor

High School – Math & Science

Community

Safety

Patrol

Community

Planning Aide

Math

Tutor

Switchboard

Operator


Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

Accounting

Clerk

Tell a Story

20 years

Diversified Coop

Technology

WWW

Business

???

Teacher

Economist

learning

Albany High School

training

WTW

Mobile Home Office

CDF

Real Game

Youth

Volunteer

Management

Chairperson

Facilitator

Teacher

Presenter

Office Manager

Lane Bryant

10 years

Retail

Clerk

Management

Trainee

Child Care

Worker

Temp Work

NYSED

CDTA

Carl Co

Montgomery Wards

College

Kreuger & Son

College

Ohrbach’s

Macy’s

Disabled

Security

Museum

Security

Shopper

Accounting

Clerk

Math

Tutor

Basic

High School

Community

Safety

Patrol

Community

Planning Aide

Math

Tutor

Switchboard

Operator


Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

  • Future Possibilities:

    • Financial Examiner

    • Computer Programmer

    • Training and Development

Tell a Story

20 years

Diversified Coop

Technology

Business

WWW

???

Accounting

Clerk

Teacher

Economist

learning

Albany High School

training

WTW

Mobile Home Office

CDF

Real Game

Youth

Volunteer

Chairperson

Management

Facilitator

Teacher

Presenter

Office Manager

Trustee

10 years

St. Anne Institute

Lane Bryant

Retail

Clerk

Management

Trainee

Child Care

Worker

Temp Work

CDTA

NYSED

Division for Youth

Carl Co

Montgomery Wards

College

Kreuger & Son

College

Ohrbach’s

Macy’s

Disabled

Security

Museum

Security

Shopper

Accounting

Clerk

Math

Tutor

Basic

High School

Community

Safety

Patrol

Community

Planning Aide

Math

Tutor

Switchboard

Operator

Organizing was a common thread through several occupations. This is under the O*Net descriptor - Work Activities – Mental Processes - Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work (Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work.)

Organizing


Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

Accounting

Clerk

  • Future possibilities:

    • Economics teacher

    • Employment Interviewer

    • Health Educator

Tell a Story

20 years

Diversified Coop

Technology

WWW

Business

???

Teacher

Economist

learning

Albany High School

training

WTW

Mobile Home Office

CDF

Real Game

Youth

Volunteer

Chairperson

Management

Facilitator

Teacher

Presenter

Office Manager

Trustee

10 years

St. Anne Institute

Lane Bryant

Retail

Clerk

Management

Trainee

Child Care

Worker

Temp Work

NYSED

Division for Youth

CDTA

Carl Co

Montgomery Wards

College

Kreuger & Son

College

Ohrbach’s

Macy’s

Disabled

Security

Museum

Security

Shopper

Accounting

Clerk

Math

Tutor

Basic

High School

Community

Safety

Patrol

Community

Planning Aide

Math

Tutor

Switchboard

Operator

Service was a common thread through several occupations. Using O*Net descriptor, Work Values – Relationships - Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to provide service to others and work with co-workers in a friendly non-competitive environment.

Service


Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

Accounting

Clerk

Future possibilities:

Database Administrators

Financial Analysts

Statistician

Tell a Story

20 years

Diversified Coop

Technology

WWW

Business

???

Teacher

Economist

learning

Albany High School

training

WTW

Mobile Home Office

CDF

Real Game

Youth

Volunteer

Chairperson

Management

Facilitator

Teacher

Presenter

Office Manager

Trustee

10 years

St. Anne Institute

Lane Bryant

Retail

Clerk

Management

Trainee

Child Care

Worker

Temp Work

NYSED

Division for Youth

CDTA

Carl Co

Montgomery Wards

College

Kreuger & Son

College

Ohrbach’s

Macy’s

Disabled

Security

Museum

Security

Shopper

Accounting

Clerk

Math

Tutor

Basic

High School

Community

Safety

Patrol

Community

Planning Aide

Math

Tutor

Switchboard

Operator

Problem solving and investigation was a common thread through several occupations. Using O*Net descriptor, Investigative – occupations frequently involve working with ideas, and require an extensive amount of thinking. These occupations can involve searching for facts and figuring out problems mentally.

Investigative


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Activity one fill in the bubbles with previous occupations jobs

Build a lattice

  • Activity Two:

  • Use O*Net to connect occupations and build a lattice.

  • Step 1

  • Start with an occupation in the center bubble.

  • Use one of the following in O*Net to select an occupation:

    • Key Word search

    • Job Zone

    • Job Family

    • High Growth Industry

    • STEM Discipline

  • Step 2

  • Draw a line to another occupation/bubble based on one of the following in O*Net:

    • Tasks

    • Knowledge

    • Skills

    • Abilities

    • Work Activities

    • Work Context

    • Interests

    • Work Values

    • Related Occupations

  • You will have to return to the main page and search O*Net descriptors to find an occupation with this descriptor in common. Or use related occupations for a quick link.

  • Step 3

  • Investigate the other descriptors of the next occupation.

  • Share what you find.

  • Repeat step 2 and 3 until you have built a lattice


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