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Advanced Fashion: Standard 11 Getting a Job. Created by: Kris Caldwell, Timpanogos High School ( powerpoint also available from “Fashion Marketing”). Trait: a distinguishing feature or characteristic of a personality Traits that employers look for: Enthusiasm Maturity Self-discipline

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advanced fashion standard 11 getting a job

Advanced Fashion: Standard 11Getting a Job

Created by: Kris Caldwell, Timpanogos High School

(powerpoint also available from “Fashion Marketing”)

personal traits

Trait: a distinguishing feature or characteristic of a personality

  • Traits that employers look for:
    • Enthusiasm
    • Maturity
    • Self-discipline
    • Dependability
    • Initiative
    • Positive attitude
    • Productivity
    • Reliability
    • Punctuality
    • Independence
Personal Traits
personal skills

Skillthe ability to competently perform a specific task

  • Skills that employers look for:
    • Interpersonal skills: skills involving the ability to identify and understand the personal traits of others, including values, ethics, and attitudes
    • Communication skills : the process of giving and exchanging information, ideas, and feelings
    • Team-building skills:the process of achieving the goals of the team.
    • Leadership skills: the process of motivating and guiding one or more individuals, a group, a business, or an organization to reach objectives
Personal Skills
areas of employment in the fashion industry

Textiles

  • Fashion Promotion
  • Design and manufacturing
  • Retail
Areas of Employment in the Fashion Industry
areas of employment in the fashion industry5

Textiles Jobs:

    • Research Scientist
    • Laboratory Technician
    • Textile Designer/Artist
    • Textile Colorist
    • Converter
    • Production Supervisor
    • Plant Engineer
    • Industrial Engineer
    • Sales Representative
Areas of Employment in the Fashion Industry
areas of employment in the fashion industry6

Fashion Promotion Jobs:

    • Art Director
    • Graphic Designer
    • Advertising Director
    • Fashion copywriter
    • Display Designer
    • Display Manager
    • Fashion Illustrator
    • Fashion Model
    • Fashion Photographer
    • Fashion Writer
    • Public Relations Agent
Areas of Employment in the Fashion Industry
areas of employment in the fashion industry7

Design and Manufacturing Jobs:

    • Designer
    • Sample Maker
    • Patternmaker
    • Pattern Grader
    • Cutter
    • Sewing Machine Operator
    • Production Manager
    • Piece-Goods Buyer
    • Supply-Chain Manager
    • Engineers
    • Sales
    • Market-Research Analyst
    • Division Director
Areas of Employment in the Fashion Industry
areas of employment in the fashion industry8

Retail Jobs:

    • Buyer
    • Associate Buyer
    • Merchandise Planner/Allocator
    • Merchandising Coordinator
    • Trend Researcher
    • Human Resources Manager
    • Store Manager
    • Sales Associate
Areas of Employment in the Fashion Industry
educational options

High School Programs: Extracurricular education can provide experience. There are advanced placement programs offered in some schools.

  • Post-Secondary Education (College): Many options for training in the fashion industry.
Educational Options
gaining experience

Part-Time Employment: Can teach you about a career first-hand while you earn money.

  • Internships: Supervised work experience. Can be paid or unpaid and is temporary.
  • Job-Shadowing: An activity in which a person follows a worker on the job to learn about the job and workplace.
  • Work-Study Programs: Schools can partner with employers to help students get on-the-job training for future careers. Sometimes called co-op.
Gaining Experience
researching fashion careers sources

Career Guides:

    • The Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT)
    • The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
    • The Guide for Occupational Exploration (GOE)
  • Company Directories:
    • Guide to American Directories
  • Company Web Sites:
Researching Fashion Careers: Sources
career networking

Networking: The process of finding contacts among people you know, such as family, friends, employers, and professionals who know you

  • Networking helps you to expand your contacts even when you think your opportunities for meeting people are limited.
Career Networking