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A Career as a Pediatrician - Many people in this world want to make a difference in life. However, most people do not want to put in all the effort that it takes to do so. The job of a pediatrician is life-changing to many. Unfortunately, it takes drive and effort that many people do not have, to become a pediatrician. A pediatrician’s job is a highly-skilled and interesting job because he or she has the privilege to deal with and help as many children as possible. What is a pediatrician. Pediatricians are doctors who specialize and focus in caring for babies to young adults (Career Cruising)....   [tags: Pediatrics career]
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A Career as a Pharmacist - ... But, students need to make sure the profession is one that will suit them. After all, it requires much more education and will cost quite a bit to finish the degrees the profession takes. According to Michael Farr and Laurence Shatkin, in the book 250 Best Paying Jobs, the metropolitan areas are where the income will be the highest. For example, California and Texas average salaries begin at over $100,000-$110,000 (Farr and Shatkin 352). If one didn’t mind location, any graduating pharmacist student would make an outstanding salary to begin with if they moved to one of these top-paying states....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career as a Pharmacist - The flow of the medical community is dependent on every person employed there. The harmony it creates does not only come from the doctors or nurses, but the janitors, surgeons, receptionists, and even the pharmacists. Each job is necessary in order for the hospitals to function properly; for instance, the doctors diagnose the patient with their illness, prescribe them medication to cure it, and send them to the pharmacist, who then gives them their medication and sends them home. However, some jobs are overlooked more than others and do not receive the proper credit, like the pharmacist....   [tags: Career Research ]
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A Career as a Pediatrician - ... The University of Washington also says, “Physics is a required class. What is learned is not important in the knowledge about the body, but being able to manipulate math problems will prove your ability to think and analyze.” As for chemistry, this is a very crucial class. Organic chemistry is important because knowing the compounds of the body is key to success in the medical field. The body is made up of many different organic components like carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. For some students, this class is difficult because it takes a good memory to understand labels and formulas....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career as a Pediatrician - Ever since I was five years-old, I walked around telling everyone that I want to be a doctor. It was not till I was eleven that I knew I wanted to work with kids too. So I looked to my mother and said, “Mom what do you call a doctor that always works with kids?” I didn’t know whether or not it had a special name like everything else. She looked at me and asked why I wanted to know. I told her, “I want to know what kind of doctor I want to be.” She told me that everyone would call me a pediatrician....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career as an Entrepreneur - ... It is that starting a business, I wanted to know the most about, and there is a lot out there when it comes to information. As written by sba.gov "Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities." (sba.gov) This planning is really reliant on a ten step process of going through all this planning (sba.gov), as well as other important key areas that I didn't even realize made a difference. The ten step process begins with one of the most important steps, and that is creating a business plan....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Dentistry - The career that I have chosen for my future is to become a dentist. Become a dentist is one of my biggest dreams, because is something that I always wanted to be since I was a child. There are a lot of advantages of becoming a dentist that I really love about this career. Firstly there are a lot of opportunities of getting a good job, also be able to help others with their dental care, earn good money, and have a flexible schedule. Become a dentists is something that I really want, because it can give me a lot of opportunities that I really want to have in a career....   [tags: Career Goals] 477 words
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Career as a Lawyer - Career as Lawyer Description: Career as a lawyer is very respectful as they serve to maintain the law and order. They are responsible for providing justice to the innocent and punishment to the offenders. Career as Lawyer on one side is challenging and risky but on the other side, it is prestigious and honorable as well. Key words: Career as Lawyer, Career as a Lawyer, Lawyers Career, Lawyer’s Career, Lawyer Career, Career of Lawyers, Career of a Lawyer, Career of the Lawyer, Lawyer as a Career, Lawyer as Career, A Lawyer, Lawyer, Lawyers, Lawyer as one Career, Career – Lawyer, A Lawyers Career Career as Lawyer Synopsis: 1. Introduction 2. Tasks 3. Educational Qualifications 4. Interper...   [tags: Career Description] 967 words
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A Career in Engineering - ... Not only does engineering improves people’s lives, but it also creates an effective environment. Programs should encourage students to pursue an engineering career if he or she is interested because the more engineers there are the better the outcome on the world. Engineering is not your average career. It goes in depth with affecting human life and the environment. Students should have an early experience with engineering to determine if he or she wants to make engineering a career. The programs will assist in determining whether the students wants to fulfill a career in engineering....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Kinesiology - The purpose of this paper is to gather all the strategies needed to be the best I can be in the future, as a professional. I will express all of my personal goals that I will strive to achieve during college. This paper will serve as a road map to my career path, and will help me better understand the job market. Currently my major is in the college of Kinesiology. The reason I have chosen kinesiology is because I am fascinated with the human body, and learning how to take care of it while it is in motion....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Nursing - Nursing is defined as “as an application of scientific knowledge enhanced by artful practice in a socially responsible manner.” (Gregory 5). Nurses provide leadership as members of interdisciplinary teams, provide client centered care to promote health, prevent disease, and restore and maintain client integrity throughout the life span. (Krannich 71). This makes it one of the most interesting professions, in my opinion. General Qualifications for becoming a nurse, according to Regina Ranburn, include: “Compassion, caring for others, selflessness, love for humanity, and desire to help others” (1)....   [tags: A Nursing Career]
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A Career in Journalism - Journalism is type of writing that investigates and includes lots of research of good and bad stories and some events. Journalists tend to write news stories that people should know about and haven’t already heard. Journalism comes in different categories; some are reporters, writers, editors, and photographers. People who tend to like journalism are those who love language and enjoying writing and reading, are called journalist; they work as reporters at newspapers, magazines, websites, TV stations, and radio stations....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Anesthesiology - My future career goal is to become an anesthesiologist. An anesthesiologist administers an anesthetic to patients before going into surgery. They also have to keep monitor of vital life signs and make sure everything in the body is functioning properly while under the anesthetic. I think being an anesthesiologist is something I’d enjoy being because I like being in control. I like making sure people are okay and that is specifically what anesthesiologists do; they make sure the patient can’t feel any pain and is comfortable during surgery....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Career as an Oceanographer - Oceanography is also commonly known as ocean logy or marine science. It is a branch of science that studies ocean and tries to understand the processes within it. The researches conducted by oceanographers are used by government and industry. The flora and fauna found in the ocean are used for medical research. These researchers are trying to discover the new supply of foodstuff made from plants and animals in the ocean. There are many branches of oceanography. They include: • Marine Physics: It studies the physical attributes of the ocean....   [tags: Career Description ] 895 words
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A Career in Broadcasting - “Bosh rebound, out to Allen, Allen…BANG!” shouts Jeff Van Gundy, the broadcaster for the Miami Heat. Broadcasting is a profession that requires speech and writing skills to announce live sport games for viewers to listen. When broadcasting a live game, the main goal is to keep the spectators entertained (Ferguson Publishing Company 72). Sports casting is an underrated profession because of how important their role is to the game. Broadcasters not only entertain fans but also add exciting commentary that explains the game and gives details about statistics....   [tags: Broadcasting Career]
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Everything Must Change: My Career Path - Webster’s Dictionary defines the word change using the following: “to make different in some particular: ALTER b: to make radically different: TRANSFORM c : to give a different position, course, or direction to 2 a : to replace with another b : to make a shift from one to another : SWITCH c : to exchange for an equivalent sum of money d : to undergo a modification of e : to put fresh clothes or covering on.” (Retrieved November 16, 2009, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/change) The 2008 Presidential Campaign for Barack Obama was based on the Promise to change the status quo....   [tags: career, ] 879 words
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Exploring a Career as a Talent Agent - Generally, most of us spend a significant amount of time of our lives in the workplace, and therefore it is important to fully understand the roles and responsibilities of possible dream jobs before choosing and initiating our careers. Then, whereas I plan to pursue my career goals as a Music Agent, it is mandatory to comprehend what constitutes the work of being an agent and what it will be expected from me in this profession. Spite of professions in the music industry arena be considered very exciting, it can also be extremely competitive....   [tags: Career Research, Career Plan] 2309 words
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A Career as an Ocologist - Every year millions of people die from cancer or cancer related complications. A career in oncology allows one the opportunity to specialize in the care treatment, and research to help those with this devastating disease. Cancer is a complicated disease that causes severe illness. The complications from the disease process results in death around the world. Oncologists’ works together with other medical team members in helping patients through cancer treatment live with the disease or die with dignity....   [tags: health, career, oncology]
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A Career as a Pharmacist - ... Community pharmacists are in charge of controlling, dispensing and distributing prescription medication. A community pharmacists number one priority is to offer advice and information about over the counter medications to improve the well being of a customer. These pharmacists operate on a strict legal and ethical guidelines. Hospital pharmacists work closely with doctors and nurses to select the best medication and doses for a patient, monitoring and preventing side effects of drugs and dispensing medications to patients in different wards of the hospital....   [tags: Pharmacist Career Essays]
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Exploring a Career as a Mechancial Engineer - Did you know there are thousands of jobs for a mechanical engineer, and the career will be unhurt by the struggling of the economy. There are many tasks a mechanical engineer is faced with on a daily basis. A mechanical engineer must have several qualities to make the work enjoyable for themselves and others. A mechanical engineer must be well qualified in their education to receive a job, as it is a broad industry. With having a job or career as a mechanical engineer you rarely have to worry if your job is going to exist the next day, or if your pay is going to get cut; a mechanical engineer is needed everywhere....   [tags: Career Research, Career Plan]
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Career in Ultrasound - Being able to identify lumps, swelling, tissue damage, cysts, and the overwhelming news of the sex of a baby all have something in common, an ultrasound. Swelling of the spleen, kidney stones, blood clots, aneurysms, cancer and so much more can be identified through the works of an ultrasound’s imaging technique. Ultrasound involves many concepts, procedures, and careers. The amount of medical possibilities involved with ultrasounds is useful in major medical diagnostics. The field of ultrasounds and career opportunities are widely growing....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Choosing a Career - My whole life I have always wanted to do something where people will remember me. I went threw millions of career choices before I came to the conclusion of a nurse. It’s not something that will get me into History books, but its something where all the people I help will remember what I did to care for them or their loved ones. My mom went to school to become and RN, but dropped out when she became pregnant with me. After that story was told to me, I didn’t want to be anything related to nursing....   [tags: Career Choice] 1361 words
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Pursuing a Career in a Bad Economy - Pursuing a career in a bad economy isn’t easy. You see, I want to be in anime, a form of Japanese cartoons. I’ve wanted to do this ever since I was in third grade when I found out what it was. I’ve been finding out what I need to do ever since but information does not come easy. Finding a company to by my idea is not the hard part it’s getting stared in in an economy that is as bad as it is. MY RESEARCH ON THE ECONOMY During this project I learned that there were many causes of the recession of 2008....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Pursuing a Career as an Accountant - Accountants are becoming a needed job in the business industry and play a very important role in the success of many businesses. This job usually requires at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting and sometimes even a CPA (Certified Public Accountant). There are many other things that are needed to be considered before choosing this career. The job environment, education, skills, and benefits are just some of the many things that need to be thought through before considering this career. An accountant makes sure that the Nation’s firms are run efficiently, the public records are kept accurately, and that taxes are paid properly and on time (“Accountants and Auditors”)....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Career as an Anesthesiologist or Radiologist - ... It is located in the town of Pinehurst, North Carolina, and the only reason I have gone there is because my grandparents live in that town. I usually visit my grandparents in the summer, and over the past summer I volunteered at the hospital. I was disappointed that I wasn’t allowed to work in the parts of the hospital that I was interested in, such as the laboratory; in order to volunteer in such places, I needed to be there for a certain amount of time, but I wouldn’t be in North Carolina for too long, so I had to work in Patient Accounts, billing claims and the like....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Looking Further Into The Career of Psychology - Although some people may think that keeping feelings to themselves is the answer, it is not always the solution. Most people like to vent about things that bother them and that’s when Psychologist’s come in handy. Psychologist can determine what is going on in the head, as well as mental behaviors. Psychology truly is a helpful career because many people who have problems do not solve them unless they talk problems out and get mental help. I truly believe that I can help people with the ability that I have been given to talk to people and understand them....   [tags: career, behavior]
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A Career as a Political Scientist - The career that I decided to do my research on is a Political Scientist. I chose this career because it’s something I would want to do for the rest of my life. Politics has a great role in American society. As a political scientist you make the people’s voices heard and help up hold the foundations of democracy; whether that is as an elected official, or as an analyst helping senators make key decisions on a bill about to pass in their state, Political scientists make a difference. History The beginning of western politics goes back to the “Socrates” philosophers; which consists of Plato, Xenophon, and Aristotle (who is known as the “father of political science”) Most of their most famous...   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career as a Plastic Surgeon - ... Bryan Mendelson says “pretty people not only get a head start in life, they also tend to have better relationships and earn more money than their less attractive peers (Styles.) Usually Plastic Surgeons have a sense of creativity so they can have more knowledge on what they work, because they often work with people’s features. Some of the Plastic Surgeons even like to attend artistic classes. “Stevens acknowledges that all surgical subspecialties require a certain amount of artistic endeavor....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Career Counseling Over the Lifespan - Abstract Career counseling over the lifespan has more than an occupational focus, it deals with the person’s entire being with a vision that includes one’s lifespan. Career counseling takes into consideration character development, character skills, life roles, individual life and work history, goals, and obstacles. A career counselor not only assists a client with a career plan, but also with a life plan. This paper focuses on two categories of career counseling. The first focus is the history of career counseling as a field of study with the emphasis on when and why career counseling began (1800s as a study of how the shape of one’s head relates to vocational choice), who and what influenc...   [tags: Career Counseling]
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A Career as a Sales Manager - ... A sales manager will travel most of the time and will work in many different areas. (“Sales Manager Sokanu para. 10). Although a sales manager directs his or her sales team, a person in this position will be looked up to as a leader (“Sales Manager” Sokanu para. 1). In the sales world, many companies have a sales team, which are similar to sports teams; a sales team has a sales manager that coaches their players or salesman (“Sales Manager” Sokanu para. 1). Occasionally, a sales manager will compile, a meeting with their team to analyze sales statistics and to stay in contact and gratify customers that want their product (“Sales Manager” Sokanu para....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Evaluating Career Theory and Application - It is easy to dissect an individual’s life to analyze and critique their choices based on our own opinions and experiences. Is that fair. No. We may see their actions clearly but the reasoning behind these is what the focus should be when it comes to judging one’s behavior or circumstances. Regular judgments are made about a person based on their profession. In our society, it would behoove us to look at the paths that lead to becoming a medical doctor instead of a drug dealer or prostitute. Application of career theories to life allow for analyzing past and future career decisions in all fields....   [tags: Career Theory] 971 words
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Where is the Career Going? - Samuel Johnson’s eighteenth century Dictionary of the English Language defined the word career as “1. The ground on which a race is run; the length of a course. 2. A course, a race. 3. Height of speed; swift motion. 4. Course of action; uninterrupted procedure” (Johnson, 1819). None of these things directly reference the traditional idea of work, but this early definition hints at the ideas behind the modern idea. When people think of a career, they think of doing something for life. A person does a job at one company and stays there, slowly working his or her way up the ranks until they finally retire....   [tags: Career Research ]
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A Career as an Adoption Counselor - ... They work with adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive families to help them understand and cope with the emotions surrounding adoption (“CFNC.org”). Some adoption counselors work for public agencies (such as Children’s Aid Society) while others work through private for-profit or not-for-profit adoption agencies. As an adoption counselor, I should not expect to work nine to five. Adoption case workers make arrangements to place children with parents who want to permanently adopt them. Adoption caseworkers being the adoption process by conducting a consultation with the prospective parents....   [tags: Career Research ]
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How to Choose a Career - Many pastors often will have the little children of the church ushered to the front to speak with them briefly. In a playful manner he asks them, what are they going to be when they grow up. It is amazing how the majority of them say with such confidence what they will be someday. And in the congregation sits me, a returning college student who decided to do a three sixty and pursue a different career. One of the major factors in a career is that it will give an individual flexible time with family and friends....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Advantages of a Medical Career - If you have entertained the thought of having a medical career, you could not pick a more lucrative or diverse career path to take. Medical students recognize that the health care industry is booming; in fact, it’s number seven out of 20 leading occupations, according to the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics). These days, job security is everything. Attending a reputable online medical training school is convenient in that you can learn at your own pace, yet it is an accelerated way to earn an accredited degree without the pressures of the classroom....   [tags: Career Description] 547 words
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A Career in Sports Management - Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions a person will make in their life. Most people try to pick the career with the best financial gain and something they would like to do for the rest of their life. Foremost it is wise to see what the job entails. Sport Management is perfect for those who enjoy helping and working with people, especially when dealing with sports. The next part of the decision-making process is looking through the various schooling and training required....   [tags: Career Research ]
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A Career in Biomedical Engineering - Many great inventions have been made through research in biomedical engineering, for example, genetic engineering, cloning, and insulin. After insulin has been invented, there are still a lot of problems with the purity and the quantity of the insulin produced. Biomedical engineering devised a way to produce large quantities of insulin with a higher level of purity, which has saved a lot of human lives. Although biomedical engineering just been officially founded 200 years ago, its practice has been with us for centuries....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Music Management - A career in Music Management can be very rewarding but having a job in the music business will have it challenges, because the music business is one of the most challenging carriers to break into and even harder to maintain once the job is acquired. There are generally six types of music managers that can play a role in the careers of recording artists, record producers, songwriters, and musicians. These include Music Manager, Professional Musician, Business Manager, Road Manager, Tour Manager, Production Manager, and Technical Manager....   [tags: Career Issues]
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Advertising: More Than a Career - Big, brightly colored images swarm cities plastered on tall billboards and city buses. Beautiful women with persuasive images fill the magazine stands. When the remote control presses power, hundreds of commercial ads are registered into our minds. We see these images daily, but how many times have we stopped and pondered how and who created them. Mark Twain stated, “ Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising,” (Princeton Review.) This growing industry is responsible for informing, persuading, and reminding the public of the many products and services our society has to offer....   [tags: Deciding on a Career ]
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Career Interest: Deciding on a Career - Career Interest Deciding on a career has been a challenge. My first career interest was to be a physical therapist. As a child I would look at my mother-nursing textbook was intrigued by the muscular and skeletal systems The most intriguing part was how muscles, tendons, and ligaments all work to attach themselves to our skeletal system to create motion. My second career interesteas in mass communications. After only one semester I realized that I had no real desire to pursue a career in this field....   [tags: Career Search] 1857 words
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Career as Freelance Writers - With the advent of internet, writers have found a good career path in the field of online writing. They can provide freelance works which not only gives them the freedom to be self-employed but also helps them make good money. Freelance writing can be in many fields such as the magazine writer, copy writer, e-book writer, proof editor, technical writer etc. Writers for magazines should have a vivid variety of interests, have good researching skills and need to be very coherent. Freelance writers can write for many magazines and prefer to write on various topics....   [tags: Career Description ] 516 words
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Career Project: Radiologic Technology - The career I have chosen to pursue is radiologic technology. I have been interested in x-ray for quite some time. At first, a simple picture of a broken wrist sparked my interest. It was beautiful. The advanced technology that allows us to see the inside of the human body without exploratory surgery for a diagnosis amazed me. As I looked further into this career, I found out just how fascinating this field is. Not only are the pictures helpful in finding loose fragments and setting a bone back in place, x-ray pictures can show pneumonia, cancer, and even heart failure....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Career as Web Designers - Web design is related to design of web pages and web sites. Successful web designers should have good design skills, should have an aptitude towards drawing, and have knowledge of web-specific factors such as the image compression, screen resolution, website architecture, accessibility, usability, etc. A website might have a host of features such as interactive applications, e-commerce, search engine optimization, animations, etc. All this is the responsibility of the web designer. A career in web designing requires a combination of artistic skill and proficiency with technology....   [tags: Career Description] 507 words
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Career Analysis: Aerospace Engineering - Aerospace engineering is a very difficult field to master. This field of engineering focuses on the “design, development, construction, testing, and operation of vehicles in the earth’s atmosphere or in space” (Britannica.com). Engineers often work in “specialized teams” that work on specific parts of a project. For example, teams could work on “aerodynamics, propulsion systems, structural designs, materials, avionics, and stability and control systems,” (Britannica.com). many engineers may “specialize” in a certain “aerospace product” like commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, and missiles or rockets, (Bls.gov)....   [tags: Career Research ]
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My Career Choice: Doctor - All my life I’ve wanted to be a doctor. I’d walk around my house with my plastic stethoscope and doctor bag ‘taking care’ of my family. I’ve just always been drawn to it. I think that it also may have something to do with heredity. Both my mother and my grandmother have worked in the hospital; my mom in the mom and baby unit, and my grandmother as a floor nurse. However, that’s just a theory of mine. At the moment, I plan to go to college for four years or more to become a registered nurse. And hopefully, get my masters degree to become a midwife....   [tags: doctors, career, ] 1454 words
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Career Profile: Surgical Technologist - Everyday life in a hospital is complete and absolute chaos. There are doctors and nurses running everywhere to treat patients, ambulances coming through every so often, children and patients crying, and surgeons telling a family that their loved one did not make it. However, outside of all that craziness is an operating room (OR). A place filled with pressure, intensity, high hopes, and stress. There to help control the environment is a surgical technologist. While preparing patients for surgery, surgical technologists manage the equipment and operating room, follow the instructions of the surgeon, and ensure the safety of the patient....   [tags: Career Issues]
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My Brilliant Racing Career - As I enter my last semester of high school, I have to starting thinking about making a plan for the future. The problem for me was actually making a decision that would be right for me, I could not decide what I wanted to do until a few weeks ago. But I finally made my decision about what I think I will enjoy doing, and making a career out of it. There are many paths I can and could take, but the automotive area is the one that sticks out to me. The two technician schools I have chosen are UTI, Universal Technician Institute, and WyoTech University, both of which are tech schools and will help get started....   [tags: career essays]
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Occupational Research Report: A Career as an Architect - This Occupational Research Report is based on the career information obtained on the occupation of architecture. if focuses on the potential career of being an architect, the steps leading to obtaining a position and training, as well as the future growth and outlook of this occupation. According to Lee W. Waldrep (2010), author of the book Becoming an Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design, an architect is an imaginative person who designs a wide spectrum of structures for buildings (Waldrep, 2010, p 2)....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Overview of the Career of an Engineer - Someday in life everyone has to get a job either related to their career or to make their living. Most of the people who get job is related to one’s career. One of the booming career these days in engineering, and among them aerospace engineering is one of the highly paid career and really interesting to work in. In the career of aerospace engineering, engineers usually have to work really hard. In this field, one mostly work on building or designing aircrafts based on the requirement. To be a successful aerospace engineer one needs to gain a lot of education and should be able to work in any environment....   [tags: Aerospace Engineer, Career]
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A Career as a Real Estate Agent - The most formidable aspect in real estate has to be maintaining one’s career. Although there are many agents in this career field, the competitive environment portrayed daily makes this career one that may prove to be unsuitable for the meek. Negotiations, persuasion, debate and often a frequent contest for supremacy in the agency are recurring tasks when trying to sell property to clients. One could think of this as similar to the board game “Monopoly”, in reverse. Rather than trying to own all the property around, these “players” attempt to sell as much land as they possibly can....   [tags: Real Estate Career Essays]
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Personal Career Development: Course Review - Placing information in context is benefit when making a decision. It is helpful to review the historical events and available information to create a picture of where to go next. The purpose of this paper is to review the personal information from the career assessments taken in HS 585 Career Counseling at Bellevue University. The review will focus on this author’s personal results. This paper will combine the assessments with the author’s personal history to provide a context for future career goals....   [tags: Career Goals]
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A Career in Computer Aided Drafting - According to Lucy Friend, “Computer Aided Drafters make $79,000 a year on average.”(n.d.). Computer Aided Drafting unlocks the door to numerous opportunities for employment; I selected Computer Aided Drafting because it’s so extraordinary with AutoCAD, because of the uses of Computer Aided Drafting, History of CAD, education requirements, and immeasurable career opportunities that are obtainable. First off, CAD is computer technology that has contributed in design and drafting of a portion or an artifact and frequently a complete structure as well....   [tags: Career Research Essays]
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My Career Choice: Fashion Designer - In life I want to become a fashion designer. My goals are to create clothing that is for all sizes, ages, and genders. In my clothing I want t show a creative side of my art ability and I want to make my clothing affordable for all as well. I think I influenced myself to wanting to become a fashion designer because I have a passion for art and wanting to become a fashion designer. I enjoy making sketches of clothing that one day will hopefully be available in stores all over. Fashion designing in my opinion is a way to express the unique side of your creativity, also fashion designing is a career that I believe I can achieve in so highly if I stay focused and continue to putting forth effort...   [tags: fashion, career, ] 769 words
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A Career as a Dental Hygienist - ... Dental school is an additional two years, which in the end, you will receive your dental hygienist certificate; however, that is if you pass all the required courses. Every dental hygienist school has a different required prerequisites to get into their school, but most ask that you finish courses in liberal arts (English, speech, psychology, math) and basic sciences (anatomy, chemistry, microbiology). However, once you get into the program you are then required to finish courses in clinical science (radiology, dental hygiene, and dental materials)....   [tags: Career Field Report]
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Developing My Career Within NHS - Having really enjoyed the first year of the BSc Health and Social Care course, this gave me the opportunity to work in the Royal Gwent Hospital where I have found an environment I really enjoy working in and I am committed to developing my career within the NHS. I came to realise that embarking on this course would best suit my compassion and innate desire to help and care for people. Since as long as I can remember I have always been fascinated by the natural world and working within the laboratory has fuelled my ambition to pursue this career....   [tags: Career Goals] 672 words
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Fire Fighting Career Research Paper - Dropping everything he’s doing Joe quickly runs to the fire poll and proceeds to exits the building, sirens soaring over head, and fire truck engines starting up, he rushes to slip on his gear, he feels good about himself knowing he’s a hero, he holds his helmet under his right arm, and jumps on the bright shiny red fire truck, he taps the sparkling smooth metal twice, and they pull out of the fire station, as they arrive at the house, he spots the bright red and orange fire, instantly everything slows down, and his heart speeds up, other than the thrill and overall well-being of this career....   [tags: Career Research ]
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The Career of Sports Management - How would you like to sit ringside at a boxing match, courtside at a basketball game, or even better, at the 50-yard line, on the bench, with the players on the football team. Your thinking, “How could a person have those amazing seats without actually participating in the sport?” Well, there are certain professions that give you those incredible opportunities if you are not able to be a player or a coach. Sports management allows you to take part in worldwide sporting events on the business end....   [tags: Sports Management, Sports, career, ]
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A Career in Elementary Education - So you want to be an elementary school teacher. It’s a challenging career, requiring patience and social skills, as you have to be able to wrangle a room filled with rambunctious children. Once you get through the tough stuff, the career is filled with immeasurable rewards. Being an elementary school teacher is not just going into a classroom and teaching kids how to add numbers, where something is on a map, or how to write. This career is far deeper than that, you will build a relationship with each and every student and ultimately build the foundation of the students’ future education....   [tags: Education Career Essays]
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Career Research: Health Information Technician - The role and responsibilities of a Health Information Technician (HIT) also known as a Medical Records Technician include maintaining the medical information system of a healthcare facility in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements. Responsibilities include organizing and coding patient records, recording information on patient records, the gathering of statistical and research data, monitoring information to ensure confidentiality and medical coding for billing purposes....   [tags: Career Research ]
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A Career as Preschool Director - “Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn life around.” Says Leo Buscaglia; a teacher of special education at the University of Southern California. Every teacher has this potential whether they are aware of it or not. I have been a teacher for nine years in early childhood education and within those nine years I have become very aware of how powerful the smallest act of caring can turn a person’s life around or even just make someone’s day a little better....   [tags: Childcare Director, Career Essays]
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Mechanical Engineer Career - In four months I will be done with high school, and the time has come for me to go to college and learn a career. The career that I plan on choosing is a mechanical engineer. A mechanical engineer is a very broad career path with many jobs available. “These jobs can range from someone designing parts for space shuttles, buildings, computers, cars, and various other important mechanical parts that are necessary for today’s society” (bls.gov) . The part of mechanical engineering that I want to go into is the design of automotive engines....   [tags: career, college]
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Professional Marketing Career - Many diverse experiences have helped to shape my professional marketing career. These positions range from promoting Broadway shows, to marketing at the global children's entertainment brand Pokémon, and managing a girl’s brand called My Princess Academy. While my professional experiences have provided me with a strong real world foundation, I feel that in order to pursue my goal of managing a major entertainment brand, I require the knowledge and training afforded by an MBA program. I am confident that my professional experiences coupled with an MBA will help me achieve a vibrant career in marketing management....   [tags: Marketing, Career,] 1021 words
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Medical Career Choices - In science and anatomy class students find out how the human body works and moves, this is the class that spiked my passion for anatomy. Careers that would relate to the human would be is the medical field such as nurses, doctors, etc. Once knowledge of the differences in medical careers started growing, those involving treatment and surgical operations were of greatest interest. A surgery that is of interest is that of an orthopedic surgeon because these physicians operate on bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons, joints, and sometimes tumors....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Career and University Goals - I have always wanted to go to university, somewhere busy, that excites me and where every day there is something innovative to do or see. I want to go to university to experience life in a city, meet new people and be inspired by everything around me and reflect this in my work. I chose to study English Language, as I have consistently enjoyed writing for a variety of purposes and studying how language can be used. Continuing this through university will build upon my skills and style as a writer....   [tags: career, education, fashion,] 600 words
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A Career as a Writer - Writers develop original fiction and non-fiction for books, magazines, newspapers, online distributions, newsletters, television, movies, and radio. They either select a topic or are assigned one by an editor. Research is needed to write fictional stories, and non-fictional stories, and this is done by personal observation, library research, Internet research, and interviews. Established writers, people who work on their own and not through a business, can sell their work to publishers, publication enterprises, manufacturing firms, public relation departments, and advertising agencies....   [tags: Career Essays] 550 words
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Career Choice to Be a Secondary Social Studies Teacher - I want to be a secondary social studies teacher. Two people really had an influence on this decision. The first would be my history teacher Mr. Nicol because he has shown me that you can be a Christian and a teacher if you balance them out right. My friend Amanda was the other influence because we were talking about what I’m passionate about which was history. She then suggested teaching it and I loved the idea because I knew I’d enjoy it. This includes teaching students the required information by giving them the environment and tools they need to acquire it....   [tags: Career Choice] 1168 words
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Career Counseling - The career services professional supports the educational mission of a college by assisting students to develop, evaluate, and pursue career aspirations with the goal of securing employment. Career services professionals accomplish these goals with a range of programs, counseling and services designed to help students make the connection between the academic environment and the workplace. Career Counseling, or Career Services depending on the institution, is frequently offered on a one-on-one basis, but at times this service is provided through group workshops, classes, or computerized guidance systems....   [tags: Career Goals] 1568 words
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Basing My Career Choice on Interviewing a Professor - As soon as I knew that we would have to write a faculty interview paper and preferably talk to someone associated with are major, I knew exactly who I wanted to interview. This semester I am taking Entomology 218 or introduction to forensics. There are two instructors for the class and I chose Patrick Jones. This decision was easy to make, because the first day of class, Patrick had said that he was a retired police officer and had done a lot of different work in that area. After I knew this I was immediately intrigued and wanted to know more about him....   [tags: interviews, career,] 739 words
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I Want to Pursue a Career in Speech Therapy - “Wa-wa,” she said with that adorable childish voice. “No, no Holly say water, wa-ter.” I said (slightly frustrated) for the tenth time that day. I know that during my childhood, my mother heard this conversation between my doll and I more times than she can count. Holly was a doll with a speech impediment that I got for Christmas one wear. She would say basic words (like “water”) incorrectly and I would correct her until she said the word properly. This doll was my first encounter with my dream career....   [tags: Career Essay] 709 words
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How I Chose my Career of Business - Often times, I can’t help but wonder what my life would be like if I haven’t been exposed to the world of business; a wonderful career that changed my life completely. I have taken interest in business career because I love calculating numbers and interacting with people; But most importantly, my fascination in business came from my grandfather. He taught me many valuable tips on how to be a successful person, and most certainly how to run a business. He was not only a successful businessman, but also a respected individual....   [tags: career, business, ] 1362 words
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Career Choices - Economics is the term used to describe the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. In addition, economics is the study of scarcity, Our economy is important because it gives us an opportunity to understand better, how business, society, and the world are doing overall financially. Our economy as it stands now is barely standing. The government is in debt by trillions, and furthermore, This means an increased competitive job market. However, one needs to consider many different factors when choosing a career to give them the best chance of being happy and fulfilled....   [tags: Career Research ] 1868 words
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My Education for a Career to Pursue Justice - “Make them sit in judgement of their fellow men, which is worse than swinging from the gallows.” Bertolt Brecht (The Caucasian Chalk Circle) (I recently watched a production of Brecht’s famous play “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” which made me reflect upon the idea of the Law.) The distribution of justice is not an easy job as it will always leave one party dissatisfied; the boldness lies in deciding regardless which one will be dissatisfied. I have grown up in a small island where the power of justice and the application of the law have been often undermined as defenders of Human Rights, for the sake of big interests....   [tags: criminal justice, career,] 846 words
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Career Research - “I feel sorry for the person who can't get genuinely excited about his work. Not only will he never be satisfied, but he will never achieve anything worthwhile” (Walter Chrysler). Deciding on what one wants to be in life can prove to be a demanding task. There are so many, yet limited, different opportunities in the world to have an excellent career and make a decent living while doing something one loves. It is limited because there are only a few specific career paths that someone could take to make good money....   [tags: Career Ambition]
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Career Project - Career Project Growing up, I was told many, many times that a great career choice for me would be to become a lawyer. Whether it was my public speaking skills, opinionated attitude, or self confidence, it seemed obvious that I would have much success as a lawyer. It always seemed to be an attractive idea, seeing as there are multiple lawyers in my family and quite honestly the money earned as a lawyer caught my eye. Lawyers are now and have been for a long time a basic necessity of society. This project allowed me to further explore the career, and helped me get a grasp on whether or not it would be a good choice for me....   [tags: Career Goals] 1029 words
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