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  1. Personal Finance Mrs. Paquette January 23, 2013

  2. Schedule of Events • Syllabus • Chapter 1 Vocab • Chapter 1 Questions • Game How to Really be a Millionaire

  3. Vocabulary • Job Analysis • Salary • Benefits • Promotion • Employee Expenses • Work Characteristics • Entrepreneur

  4. EoC Questions • How is today’s job market different from what it was 10 or 20 years ago? How can you prepare for the new and rapidly changing environment? • What are some US government publications to help you research careers? • What are some positive features of employment? What are some negative features of employment?

  5. Homework • Go to www.mrsp-classroom.info • Answer the questions under PF & Planning Blog Link

  6. 8 Myers-Briggs Personality Preferences Source of Energy Receiving Information Making Decisions Personal Life

  7. EXTRAVERSION - E • People who prefer extraversion are energized by active involvement in events, and they like to be immersed in a breadth of activities. They are most excited when they are around people, and they often have an energized effect on those around them. Extraverts like to move into action and to make things happen--extraverts usually feel very at home in the world. • With their orientation to the outer world, extraverts often find their understanding of a problem becomes clearer if they can talk out loud about it and hear what others have to say. • People who prefer extraversion may: • be seen as "go-getters" or "people-persons" • feel comfortable with and like working in groups • have a wide range of acquaintances and friends • sometimes jump too quickly into activity and not allow enough time for reflection • sometimes forgets to pause to clarify the ideas that give aim or meaning to their activities

  8. Extroversion Examples