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Career Planning Exploring ALL your options- The future of WORK is LEARNING a living. You need answers… Who Am I? Where Am I Going? How Am I Going to Get There? Who Am I? interest Self-Awareness aptitudes values Occupation Sort Skills Ideas O*NET Work Importance Locator

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career planning

Career Planning

Exploring ALL your options-

The future of WORK is LEARNING a living.

you need answers
You need answers…
  • Who Am I?
  • Where Am I Going?
  • How Am I Going to Get There?
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Who Am I?

interest

Self-Awareness

aptitudes

values

Occupation Sort

Skills

Ideas

O*NET Work Importance Locator

O*NET Interest Profiler

Career Keys

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

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Knowing “who you are” is a critical part of the career planning process. Being aware of the activities you like to do as well as the activities you don’t like to do can help you decide what careers would best fit you. Awareness of your abilities, what you can do well, will help you narrow down your career choices to those occupations that you will be able to do. Also, most people enjoy working in jobs they think are important.

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Where Am I Going?

Resources

Exploration

Career Trends

Work-based Learning

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Career Trends…

Therefore, postsecondary education is becoming more and more critical to a young persons future

Occupations generally requiring a bachelor degree or more education account for 23-25% of all jobs. However, most jobs require education beyond high school but not necessarily a 4-year college degree.

ftp://146.142.4.23/pub/news.release/ecopro.txt

career trends
Career Trends…

By the year 2010, 42% of job growth will require a vocational certificate, 2-year associate degree, a 4-year bachelor’s degree or more.

Therefore, postsecondary education is becoming more and more critical to a young persons future.

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Career Trends…

An associate or bachelor’s degree is the most significant source of postsecondary education or training for 6 of the 10 fastest growing occupations.

Therefore, postsecondary education is becoming more and more critical to a young persons future.

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Career Trends…

Employment growth will be concentrated in the service-providing sector of the economy. The strongest growth projections are in education, health, and business services.

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Career Trends…

Research indicates that students who formulate career plans expect to complete higher levels of education than those who don’t.

some of the u s fastest growing occupations 2000 2010
Some of the U. S. fastest growing occupations 2000-2010
  • Medical Assistants
  • Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts
  • Physician Assistants
  • Social and Human Service Assistants
  • Home Health Aides
  • Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
  • Physical Therapist
  • Computer Software Engineers
  • Computer Software Systems Engineers
  • Physical Therapist Assistants

http://www.bls.gov/emp/emptab3.htm

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Some of the Fastest growing occupations in Georgia

Sales Agents, Advertising

Medical Assistants

Computer Scientists

Pest Controllers & Assistants

Paralegals

System Analysts

Guards

Computer Programmers

Home Health Aides

Computer Engineers

Telemktrs, Door-To Door Sales

http://explorer.dol.state.ga.us/mis/occupation.htm

explore all your options

Explore ALL Your Options

Nontraditional Occupations

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What are nontraditional careers/occupations? (NTOs)

  • Those careers traditionally held by members of one gender. For example, carpentry is a nontraditional occupation for women; nurses aid, for men.
  • Those occupations in which 25% or less of the workforce is of one gender.

S.Troxel IWITTS

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Examples of Nontraditional Careers

Women

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Air Traffic Controller
  • Airline Pilot
  • Architect
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Bricklayer
  • Drafter
  • Electronics Tech
  • Film Director
  • Funeral Director
  • Guard

Men

  • Teacher’s Aide
  • Teacher (Elementary and Kindergarten)
  • Typist
  • Hairdresser/Cosmetologist
  • Health Aide, except Nursing
  • Legal Assistant
  • Secretary
  • Speech Therapist
  • Statistical Clerk
what are the advantages of nontraditional occupations ntos
What are the advantages of nontraditional occupations (NTOs)?
  • Salary
  • Advancement Opportunities
  • Benefits
  • The Work Itself - Job Satisfaction
  • Education/Training
  • Work Hours
check out the career center in your school for career related materials and resources
Check out the Career Center in your school for career related materials and resources…
  • Investigate possible career fields
  • Match careers to interest and aptitudes
  • Learn about high school programs such as Youth Apprenticeship, Tech Prep, Postseconday Options, etc.
  • Study job search skills and resume writing
  • Investigate military careers
  • Explore postsecondary options
  • Sharpen your testing taking skills
  • Investigate financial aid and scholarships
participate in work based learning programs
Participate in work-based learning programs
  • Youth Apprenticeship
  • DCT
  • DECA (Marketing)
  • CBE
  • Internships

KNOW WHAT YOU DON’T WANT TO DO!

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How Am I Going To Get There?

Planning

Planning in

high school and

postsecondary school!

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What level of education do I need to reach my career goal?

Planning

HIGH SCHOOL

Technology/Career Seal

College Preparatory Seal

Dual Seal

POSTSECONDARY

college, technical school, military, special purpose schools, apprenticeships, OJT

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Options after high school …

What level of education do you need to reach your career goal?

College

Military

Technical Colleges

Special Purpose School

two year degree or more
Two-year degree or more
  • University of Georgia (Research)
  • Georgia Southern University (Regional)
  • State University of West Georgia (Senior)
  • Atlanta Metropolitan College (Two-year)

NOTE: Board of Regents requirements for admissions to these institutions are different with each level.

http://www.usg.edu/ or

www.GAcollege411.org

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Technical Colleges

Atlanta Technical College

Augusta Technical College

DeKalb Technical College

Griffin Technical College

Gwinnett Technical College

West Georgia Technical College

North Metro Technical College

North Georgia Technical College

www.GAcollege411.org

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Special Purpose Schools

International School of Skin and Nail Care

Bauder College

Brown College of Court Reporting and Medical Transcription

Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Services

Georgia Driving Academy

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Military

ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Assessment Battery

GCIS has a military file that will relate civilian jobs to military life.

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Apprenticeships

Bricklayers

Carpenters

Cement Masons

Electricians

Heating/Cooling

System Mechanics

Heavy Equipment Operators

Ironworkers

Plumbers/Pipe Fitters

Roofers

Welders

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Now it is your turn. So get busy if you have not already begun your journey into the world of work! Answer the questions: Who am I?, Where am I going? and How am I going to get there?

Good

Luck