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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 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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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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Choosing the Right Career Path for You - Ever since civilization was capable of recording history, we were able to identify the type of job fields that existed throughout history. Not much has changed over the centuries; Ancient Greece consisted of farmers and fishermen just like we have today. According to the Bible, Jesus Christ was a carpenter by trade, he followed in the footsteps of his adoptive father. I believe a lot of people throughout history have aimed to follow the same line of work as their parents, because they respected their mother/father; parents have a big influence on our career choices....   [tags: career, choice, path, vocation] 725 words
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Looking Deeper into the Creative Career of an Illustrator - ... 22). One of the most well-known types of work done by illustrators might be drawing for comic books. Of course, illustrators have also been known to work with video games and animated movies (“Illustrator” para. 4). Formal schooling- college, that is -is not usually necessary for any kind of fine artist, though it is suggested, since taking classes at a university are guaranteed to improve skills (“Craft” para. 35). At least a high school diploma is preferred, as it is at almost all jobs not requiring a college degree (“Craft” para....   [tags: professional opportunities, career choices]
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Nursing Career - I believe that nursing is both and art and a science consisting of psychosocial and biological sciences that work together to continually improve the health care field. I believe that with the knowledge and clinical experience from the TVCC ADN program I will be able to provide the best care possible to the people in the community. As a nurse it is important to carry the attributes of being caring, compassionate, understanding, non judgmental, realistic, open-minded, honest, ethical, and moral. I also feel that it is important to maintain sensitivity to all cultures when providing care....   [tags: Career Choice] 488 words
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Career Research Paper: Clinical Psychology - ... The types of therapies most commonly used by clinical psychologists are cognitive, family, group, and hypnotherapy; each type of therapy aims to identify and understand the cause for a patient’s problems and lends a helping hand in the treatment process. In order to take that next step and become a clinical psychologist, post graduate work must be completed. Before postgraduate work can be started, the student must receive a bachelor’s in psychology and fulfill the requirements listed for the psychology program they wish to enter....   [tags: career choices and opportunities] 890 words
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Exploring Career Options - It is best that every college student take the time to consider what career field to enter once finished with their education. Selecting what career path to pursue depends largely on the life experiences of the individual making the decision, and as to what their talents are best suited. I recently took the time to start examining my future career options as well as begin looking at my life experiences and interests to help guide my career decisions. We can all find the career that we will be happy with if we allow ourselves to give the decision the time and effort that it deserves....   [tags: Career Research, Entrepreneurs ] 1940 words
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Forensic Psychology Career - This paper involves researching and preparing a report on a business career of your choice. I would expect you to use multiple resources and to also properly document those resources with footnotes as required. The paper should be a minimum of two to three double spaced, typed pages, not including your resources/works cited page. You should have a minimum of two outside resources. The text and Wikipedia may be used as resources but they do not count toward the two outside resources. This is my Business Career Paper which is on the career of my choosing....   [tags: Career Path, Education]
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Career Research: Psychiatrist - Mazeall 6 Lauren Mazeall Ms. Hughes English 1 Adv 26 March 2014 Psychiatric Career ​“To study the abnormal is the best way to study the normal” (William James). Psychiatrists never give up on any of their patients and always help anyone who asks for it. Psychiatrists have a never ending work schedule. Sometimes their patients call them even without an appointment because they are really struggling and they have to go talk to them. Psychiatrists also have to get at least eight years of school and an additional three or more years of an internship (“Career Information Center” 142- 43) ....   [tags: Career, Psychology, Mental illness]
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A Career as a Physician - Doctors can pursue many career paths, including private practice, university-hospital work, or a job with a health maintenance organization. The first lets the physician be his own boss. The second offers him the opportunity to divide his work between treatment, research and instruction, in varying proportions. The third means he work for a large corporation, which provides him with patients and handles most of the administrative and business tasks that physicians in private practice have to handle on their own....   [tags: Your Career as a Doctor] 931 words
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Aquinas: My Career of Teaching - As a young child growing up in Jamaica, I often hear people refer to what they do as vocation. It was always jobs that require no formal education such as plumbing or farming and these work were greatly enjoyed by these people. Carpentry for instance was a field that a person chose to do because of the love for it. Nevertheless, these people earned their living through these vocations. My father was a carpenter and yes he did support us by doing what he loved and that was building houses. Was my father fortunate to have found a skill that he liked and got paid for it....   [tags: career, ] 627 words
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Career Exploration - Finding a career that is adequate for me in life can be a difficult challenge. Since I was a little my dream job was to continue the family business back home in Ohio. Many people choose their degrees because they do not know what they want. I am very sure that the degree that I have chosen is the right one for me, which is Business and Administration. I am now attending County Community College and I wish to end my Associate Degree here in two years. After I achieve my A.A. degree at County Community College, I want to transfer to University Of Central Florida to finish my Bachelors Degree....   [tags: Career Exploration Essay]
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Nursing Career Opportunities - Even though nursing has been around for decades, it is still changing rapidly every year. From workplaces to job duties, nursing just isn’t the same. It’s better. These changes in Nursing have helped tremendously. You might not be able to see it, but I sure can. Nurses are one of America’s heroes because, they take care of the sickly, mentally ill, and the elderly. The purpose of nursing is to encourage health and growth, to prevent any illness, injury, and disability (“Nursing Is”). Nurses guide patients toward healthy doings and support them in their time of need....   [tags: Career, America's Heroes, Medical Field]
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What You Need To Know To Choose The Right Career - The decision of which career to pursue is one of the most crucial decisions in one’s lifetime. The choice primarily determines the course of the rest of one’s life. With the gargantuan amount of career options available it can prove to be immensely difficult, but as a person examines their beliefs and interests the choice may end up being immensely simple. Some individuals may find that they are interested in a wide array of subjects. Those people who are interested by many subjects may decide to pursue a career in anthropology because it allows one to study numerous aspects of language, history, and culture....   [tags: anthropology, career discovery]
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Career Exploration on Becoming a Secondary Mathematics Teacher - Picture this, a young girl wearing her mother’s dress and high heels teaching her dolls, or a young boy running around with a red hat and a garden hose. From an early age, many people dream of what they wish to become when they grow up. A few individuals follow this dream; while others leave it behind as a childhood fancy and proceed to accomplish something completely different. Regardless of whether the career a person chooses was a childhood dream, or one decided on later in life, they should conduct significant research on the career....   [tags: professional career choices]
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My Decision to be Pursuing a Career in Medicine - At the age of ten, I read a book, “Gifted Hands” by Dr. Ben Carson, which inspired and begin to motivate my interest in pursuing medicine as a career because I could identify with his discovery of the joy of reading and his fascination with science. When I was 14, I had an epiphany at the doctor’s office. This event occurred a little after I had finished my final exams in school and the next step was to go to senior high school. But, I thought the preliminary chemistry and physics classes of junior high school were daunting and went on to convince myself that a career in medicine might not be right for me....   [tags: Gifted Hands, Dr. Ben Carson, career, ] 603 words
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Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Information Technology - 1. Introduction Nowadays all activity that people do for daily routine related to the information technology. Definition of a set of information technology tools, processes and methodologies such as coding or programming, data communications, data conversion, storage and retrieval, system analysis and design, control systems and related equipment used to collect, process, and present information. In broad terms, also including information technology, office automation, multimedia and telecommunications. Information technology is the study, design, development, and implementation to support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications, co...   [tags: career opportunities, professional choices] 1497 words
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What Pushed Me to Pursue a Career in Fine Arts - I am a freckled, Caucasian, red-haired, Lutheran and Catholic mix, small town, and middle-class girl. My mother’s side shows their traditional Catholicism by attending church every Sunday in classy, elegant attire. My father’s side is loud, supportive, and flamboyant. I was raised on old-fashioned family values and the idea of money being a tool to help achieve goals.” My father’s family was generally lower class his whole life, and now he is always working very hard to give my sister and me endless opportunities....   [tags: culture assignment, career choices] 657 words
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The Legal Profession: One Career, Many Avenues - ... A prospective Barrister must first complete the academic stage of their legal education by obtaining a qualifying law degree (The Law Society of England and Wales). However, instead of obtaining a formal law degree, the student may undertake a one-year law conversion course, now known as a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), so long as he has initially graduated in a subject other than law. From this juncture the student joins one of the Inns of Court and takes the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at one of the accredited providers (The Law Society of England and Wales)....   [tags: career choices, opportunities]
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A Career as a Chiropractor - Have you ever been adjusted by a chiropractor. Have you ever been in a chiropractic office. They are always extremely busy and have very wide open space. Chiropractors also like to keep their offices clean and busy with patients so they can get more business. During the day the chiropractors office is very busy. The chiropractors are always nice and respectful to their patients. Do you know anybody that works at a chiropractic office, or even is a chiropractor. Because many chiropractors have their own family, they usually give them free or discounted adjustments....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Career Management/Development - Introduction: The essay briefly aims to explore the meaning of career Management/Development and its importance for both individual and organisations, and then it will evaluate the relevance of career management/development as an integral part of HR activities from the mutual perspectives of the organisation and individual employees. This essay will also explore the barriers to achieving career management/development practice in organisations and how these barriers could be overcome. Finally the essay will highlight the career management practices of King Specialist Faisal Hospital and Research Centre (public sector), which will lead to the conclusion....   [tags: Career Management ]
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Culinary-Career-Path: A Pastry Chef - Baking What do you think is the most popular job to have in the hospitality industry. I think it is a pastry chef. So what you hearing about are going to be about baking. First, you’re going to hear about educational requirements and recommendations. Second you’re going to hear about salary ranges and geographic effects and how many hours required each week and what is a typical day like in this career when you reach the career goal. Third you’re going to hear about what skills and sets are required....   [tags: pastry chef, education, salary, career, skills]
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The Awareness of Financial Management Students Regarding Career Risk - “Financial management is essentially a combination of accounting and economics.” (Gallagher and Andrew Jr., 1997) It is a course which requires analytical and communication skills. One factor to consider in choosing a course is the field of interest of a student. Several of the students were enrolled on the courses that are not providing student’s enthusiasm and satisfaction. On the explanation of Figler and Bolles (1999), choosing opportunities and setting goals in life helps the students and professional for setting a plan in right way....   [tags: college, career risk, finance, courses]
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Treating Diseases with Drugs: My Career as a Pharmacist - My strong desire to pursue a career as a pharmacist originates from my interest in how drugs are involved in the treatment of diseases. My fascination with medicine has motivated me to further increase my knowledge and understanding of how drugs may be safely delivered into the human body through various methods. In particular I am most interested in the uses of nano technology in the health care industry and how nanotechnology is used in medical industry for prevention, treatment and diagnosis, hence my pursuit of a career in pharmacy....   [tags: Diseases, mediccal, Drugs, Career, Pharmacist,] 628 words
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Combining Wealth and a Passion for Capital Markets in My Career - Two factors have defined my career so far: struggle to overcome my family’s abject poverty and passion for capital markets. And interestingly, both have spawned long term goals, which seemed disparate, until recently; while I have embarked on a course to become a financial whiz, substantial success in emerging from poverty has kindled my hankering for rural India’s uplift. However, having worked in the financial industry for last 2 years, I have realized its potential to influence growth. Consequently, the two dissimilar goals have unified into one vision for life: to establish and lead a financial firm that will foster small businesses across rural India to bring it into mainstream economy....   [tags: wealth, poverty, capital markets, career,] 1058 words
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A Career in Radiology - Radiology has been around for a very long time. The first traces of anything to do with radiology appear in February 22, 1890. At the University of Pennsylvania in a physics lab Professor Arthur Willis Goodspeed began demonstrating the properties of a Crookes cathode ray tube to a photographer William Jennings. (DiSantis, 2013). Jennings stacked several unexposed photographic plates on top of which were two coins. After the plates were exposed to the cathode ray energy, Jennings developed them some were mysteriously fogged, and one displayed two peculiar disk shaped shadows....   [tags: Career Essays]
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The Career Value of a College Education - The Career Value of a College Education My present career is in Information Technology for a regional company. I work as a Senior Network Analyst in the Information Services Department, and provide support for all devices on the computer network. I work on a team of seven members with responsibility for over 400 file servers, 40 routers, and 120 switches at more than 60 locations. Our company runs a mixture of network operating systems including Netware 6, Windows 2000 server, AIX, and various flavors of Linux....   [tags: Self Analysis Career Job ] 1880 words
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A Successful Career in Public Relations - A Successful Career in Public Relations What is Public Relations. Public relations (PR) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and the public. PR aims to gain an organization or individual positive exposure to their key stakeholders, while downplaying any negative exposures. Edward Louis Bernays, who is considered the founding father of modern public relations along with Ivy Lee, in the early 1900s defined public relations as a management function which tabulates public attitudes, defines the policies, procedures and in...   [tags: PR Public Relations Career] 941 words
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My Experiences in a Nursing Career - Nursing      “Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, It requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation, as any painter´s or sculptor´s work; for what is the having to do with dead canvas or dead marble, compared with having to do with the living body, the temple of God´s spirit. It is one of the Fine Arts: I had almost said, the finest of Fine Arts.” Spoken by a true nurse, Florence Nightingale; a pioneer of nursing and a reformer of hospital sanitation methods.            I have many goals in life such as to have a good strong career and family....   [tags: Personal Essays Career] 679 words
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A Career as an Animator - Animations are a series of drawings, computer graphics, or photographs of objects, like puppets and models, which are different from each to create a variety of entertainment for the audiences. Animations are what brings excitement and mystery, hooking the audience in through interest. It is a form of some sort of “magic” where things that aren’t real but from the imagination comes to life in front of people who live these mundane, ordinary lives, adding color to the eyes and mind. The creators of such amazing arts and creation are animators....   [tags: Career Research Paper]
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How to Find a Career According to your Skills - This module is all about me as an individual and also making sure I am on the right steps in terms of what I want to achieve with my career. It is a guidance tutorial used to assist me, so this assignment will reveal mfuy results and evaluate what they mean for me in terms of personally and professionally. Over the past few weeks, I've done a wide range of exercises which looks at things such as personality, motivations and skills. The purpose of this assignment is to see if I have gained enough out of this module, to have a deeper understanding of what is needed to succeed in my chosen choice of career....   [tags: career path, future job, life planning, esfj]
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Employers Must Recognize the Challenges of a Dual Career Family - Transition from Traditional Career Households to Dual Career Households has reflected immense roping between requirements of Work and Family. This struggle to juggle has intensified the Work Conflicts and requires spouses to be more understanding and participative in child/elder care centred activities. At the same time, it is pressing for Family Friendliness Employers. It is realized that a balance between work and family life can only be promised via an integration of FWTAs. An attempt is made to shed light on Work Conflict, Family Conflict, Work-Family Conflict, Quality of Work Life, Quality of Family Life, Work life Balance and Life Satisfaction....   [tags: employment, workforce, dual career, working mom]
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Project Management Career Summary - Project Management Career Summary Definition, Vision and Scope With today's businesses constantly embracing the technological advances that are made on a daily basis there becomes an increasing need for someone to supply the foresight, ability and commitment to ensure that these new technologies are implemented as seamlessly and successfully as possible. The Project Manager is just the person for the job. This paper will examine this career and explore the benefits of working in this profession....   [tags: Business Career Project Manager] 1715 words
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The Nursing Career - The Nursing Career      I was in a hospital for my co-op placement, I chose this because I was considering nursing as my chosen career path. For this reason, I have researched the nursing career. I have spent many hours in this setting and feel that I have a pretty good understanding as to what goes on day to day.      Before choosing to become a nurse, one must first examine themselves and look to see if they have the right qualities for this demanding job. Some qualities are such; caring, compassion, a strong desire and willingness to help those in need, patience, honesty and above all, good health....   [tags: Co-op Placement Nursing Career Work ] 1200 words
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A Career as an Editor In Chief - Being an editor isn’t like most jobs. The days are long, the work is overwhelming, and at sometimes it can be the hardest thing in your life to deal with, or so people say. With the job as an editor comes great responsibility, the need for a special skill set, and the drive to do what you love, whatever it may be. Since the beginning of time, there has always been that one guy who always seems to have his eye on you, it’s because he does. His job is to assist, correct, and at the end of the day, pick up the slack that was left behind by his fellow workers and staff(“Role and Responsibilities of an Editor”)....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Film and Video Production - It wouldn’t be a surprise if I were to start this essay by telling you that as a child, I spent most of my time drawing and loving it. It’s something that most of us start loving when we’re little, our appreciation for art starts out when we’re most curious and ignorant about our surroundings. As a little kid, I spent most of my time drawing cartoon characters and abnormal shapes that just seemed funny and original to me. As time progress, only a few of us maintain this type of appreciation for art and for some of us, it diverse into something else....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career as a Pediatric Nurse - Children get injured or sick every day, and it doesn’t matter whether the child goes to a doctor or a pediatrician they are still tended to by a pediatric nurse. A pediatric nurse has to have many qualities. They also have to take many different classes. A pediatric nurse’s pay can vary from location to location depending on where they are working. Pediatric nurses must endure many different things to make it into this particular work field, and have many different qualities. Pediatric nurses do a lot of the same tasks as a regular nurse....   [tags: A Career in Nursing]
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Why Not a Career in Nursing? - I have always known that someday I will be a nurse. Both of my grandmothers were nurses, along with two of my aunts, and my cousin. My father's mother is who I most frequently talk to about being a nurse, because I live very close to her and see her often. Unfortunately, my mother's mother passed away when I was six years old and I never got to talk to her about it. However, what I do know about her life as a nurse is that she worked in the infirmary at Longwood in the 1970's. Another reason that nursing is a good fit for me is that I have always excelled in math and science....   [tags: career choices] 803 words
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A Career as a Medical Assistant - My chosen degree program is Associates of Applied Science in Medical Assisting at Kaplan University. I am currently a online student. I have been doing some research of my program and I have came up with a lot of very interesting facts. First the median salary for a Medical Assistant is $28,860 per year that is about $13.87 a hour, that was in May 2010. There could be opportunities it maybe higher, For example, the experience you may have, or the facility you are working in, and even the level of the education that you have (/www....   [tags: Career Essays] 603 words
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A Career as an Athletic Trainer - America is a nation who loves their sports. We are constantly watching things such as football, basketball, baseball, tennis, softball, volleyball, and golf live and on tv. There are many things that go on behind the scenes of sports however that keep them going. We all know about the coaches, players, fans, referees, tv crews, and team owners, but the most important aspect is sometimes forgotten. That thing happens to be athletic trainers. Athletic trainers make sure the athletes stay in good health....   [tags: Career Essays]
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A Career in Dentistry - To a dentist the most important job is to “make a patient feel safe and provide them with the best care possible” (Fasbinder) There are many other factors to the job. It is imperative that a dentist assess any situation, use critical thinking, practice good judgment, listen to his/her patient, and lead his staff quickly and effectively. A dentist must look out for the patient above all else. Dentists must make a diagnosis, avert, and treat problems with teeth and oral tissue. When two dentists were questioned about their decision to enter the medical field, one stated, “Dentistry has been a part of my family for many generations my father was a dentist his father was a dentist and...   [tags: Dental Careers]
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A Career in Optometry - A Bachelor’s Degree in Vision Science from The University of the Incarnate Word is the first step in obtaining a Doctorate of optometry. What does an optometrist do. On a typical day an optometrist examines people’s eyes to diagnose eye diseases and vision problems, test patients’ visual acuity, perception, and ability to focus or coordinate eyes, prescribes prescriptions, contact lenses, and eyeglasses, and provides vision therapy or preoperative and postoperative care to patients in need of it....   [tags: Medical Careers] 1511 words
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A Career in Radio Broadcasting - “The ball comes down the court; this is an intense game anything can happen. The score is tied and nobody is guarding the ball handler. He is wide open coming down the lane, he goes up, and he makes it. The blue team wins, the player of the game scored.” This is just a small example of life of a radio sports broadcaster. However, some people are not in to sports that are ok because this is just one branch of broadcasting, and there are many different jobs you can have such as: a disc jockey, announcer, programmer, producer and many more....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Career Development - Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Career Development Strategic interventions are required to keep young people who are disadvantaged because of poverty, cultural obstacles, or linguistic barriers from dropping out of school. Recent studies showing a relationship between a student's belief structure and behavior suggest that self-efficacy beliefs may be an important focus for intervention. This ERIC Digest discusses ways in which self-efficacy beliefs are influenced by various internal, external, and interactive factors and reflected in career-related outcome expectations and performance....   [tags: Career Development Papers] 1965 words
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Importance of Interpersonal communications in Information Technology Career - Interpersonal communications can be a very important part of a person’s professional success. Information Technology is an industry that relies on certain areas of communication. Wendy, the person I interviewed, emphasized the importance that people in her industry must be up to date (educated) on the constant changes. Communication, gaining communication and interpersonal skills is again such an "easier said than done" skill for any profession. Communication is such an essential skill it could be considered a talent instinctively given to certain people....   [tags: IT Career Interview Essay]
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Personal Career Exploration - My ultimate value is my family. My vision for my own self is to live happily with my family in the future. I love to spend my spare time with them. Hanging around with friends and family make me feel well. I love to play on computer. I also love to play with the magical numbers. I like surfing on the internet, exploring new things, reading articles related with health, life, and economic events such as the stock market, financial companies, investment corporations, etc. I think being a citizen of a country, we should somewhat at different aspects of life to better know how well or bad the economy of our country is experiencing....   [tags: Self Evaluation Reflection Career] 1698 words
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My Desired Career - My Desired Career I have always wanted to be able to do the same work that my father does. I have always found it fascinating when there are only a few people who organize, lead, and manage the people, materials, and processes of construction in a company. I always enjoy being outside and working with my hands. Over the summers I work for construction companies in Palestine , and want to continue that when I get out of College. I feel that if I come out of college with a BSBA in Real Estate and Construction management that I will be able to find a good job that will allow me to get my feet wet in the construction business....   [tags: Personal Narrative Job Career] 875 words
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Thai Culture and My Career Choice to Study Gender-Based Stereotypes - “What do you want to be when you grow up?” This may be a typical parent-to-child question for many families, but not for mine. Growing up in Thai culture, I have noticed a common role of women in my society. Most of my female family members are housewives and that is what I’m expected to be when I grow up as well. But I had bigger aspirations than that – I wanted to find a profession in which I, as a Thai woman, can gain respect and appreciation of people in my culture just as men can, and also gain a sense of personal fulfillment....   [tags: Thailand, Career, Gender-Based Stereotypes, femini] 1034 words
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Miles Franklin's My Brilliant Career - Miles Franklin's My Brilliant Career Topic: Give a detailed analysis of a key scene or passage from "My Brilliant Career" by Miles Franklin. The focus and essence of My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin is centred on the relationships and interactions of Sybylla Melvyn (the key character of the novel), towards other characters. The ways in which she reacts to different people and why she reacts in a particular manner, are perhaps more crucial and intriguing to the reader, than any distinct event throughout the novel.  Sybylla's logic and thinking about herself, others and life, have been moulded by her very influential relationships with her mother and father.  Her view on life and the r...   [tags: Franklin My Brilliant Career Essays] 1277 words
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A Career in Surgical Nursing - Surgical Nursing requires a special person to meet the demands of the precision this task calls for. It is a fine-tuned art that requires keen senses to have the ability to multitask with precise perfection to ensure the patient will be afforded the utmost care, comfort, safety, teamwork among staff, and confidence they should expect in a situation that does not exhibit the best of times in their life. In this paper, we will inform the reader of the meticulous role of the surgical nurse, salary range and job availability, pros and cons, and how the patient takes number one priority in order for them to receive the best care possible within the Surgical Nurse’s scope of practice....   [tags: healthcare professionals, career choices] 1534 words
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MBA Career - Abstract The purpose of this paper is to construct and support an argument on decision I made to pursue an MBA degree to further my career as a senior manager within the Pharmaceutical industry. The argument will be based on a “What’s My Jungian 16-Type Personality?” test and a general benefits analysis of postgraduate and specifically speaking MBA programs. The paper will evaluate on my personal score from the test. ENTP result describes individuals who are typically enthusiastic innovators, seeing new possibilities, different theories, and new ways of doing things....   [tags: Education Personal Essay Career Goals]
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Nursing: A Stable Career - Historically, the nursing field is one that has consistent positive job outlooks, as there is typically a continued shortage. Healthcare is the backbone of most communities, not just for its services, but also for the jobs it provides and the economy stimulation. Jill Bernstein, author for “Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization” states, “The health care industry is a critical component of the national, and most regional and local economies of the United States” (4). The nursing field has suffered challenges due to the economic, social, and the political downturn of the U.S....   [tags: Nursing Profession, Nursing Career]
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A Career as a Teacher - I have now been a teacher for 2 years and am currently teaching at County middle school. I knew I wanted to teach ever since I was a young girl. I would love playing with my friends, and would always pretend as if I was a teacher and my friends were students. I even had a little blackboard that I would write on and pretend that I knew what I was saying. Eventually I grew a passion for teaching and as I grew older people would always tell me that when I explained things to them they understood better when I explained then when an actual teacher did....   [tags: Career Essays] 534 words
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Book Review of The Strange Career of Jim Crow - Book Review of The Strange Career of Jim Crow Prior to the 1950s, very little research had been done on the history and nature of the United States’ policies toward and relationships with African Americans, particularly in the South. To most historians, white domination and unequal treatment of Negroes were assumed to be constants of the political and social landscapes since the nation’s conception. Prominent Southern historian C. Vann Woodward, however, permanently changed history’s naïve understanding of race in America through his book entitled The Strange Career of Jim Crow....   [tags: Strange Career Jim Crow Essays] 2071 words
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My Career as a Nurse or Elementary School Teacher - Throughout my young life, I have had multiple encounters with the medical field. In both ways, good and bad, which fuel and spark my interest into a nursing program. Growing up, I have always had a particular interest in becoming a nurse. From experiencing, my young cousins and nephew being brought into the world, to feeling and seeing cherished loved ill family members fading away. The love and pride the nurses brought to my family and I is indescribable. Knowing that they cared is among the most desired aspect, I feel that can accommodate me into this particular field....   [tags: Career Essays]
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My Career Goal is to Be an OB/GYN - As I sat in the Library reading “ What to Expect When Expecting” , I could see the old lady walk by out of my peripheral and stare at me with disdain. I laugh to myself because she probably thinks I am another pregnant teen in DC with out a cause. However, I am not at all the pregnant teen but the future OB/GYN who reads pregnancy/baby books in her spare time for fun. Weird I know, but that is why I plan to apply to UMW’S biology/premed program. Every since I can remember I have loved babies....   [tags: OB/GYN, career, ] 508 words
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The Career of Computer Programming - Statistics show that 90 percent of Americans own computers. All of these computers have capability to do amazing thing. Computers and the things that they can do make life easier. Without the career of computer programming, these things wouldn’t be possible. Computer programmers create a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something. Computer programming is interesting because of a love for computers and the things that they can do. To become a person that makes life easier for others involves computer programing....   [tags: Technological Advancements, Careers, Internet]
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Investment Banking Analyst Career - The job of an investment analyst in a banking firm such as Goldman Sach and JPMorgan is to oversee whether or not an investment made by customers will bear fruits, but in order to do so, one must be skillful either in accounting or finance. A clear understanding in one of those majors is necessary because an investment banking analyst will be dealing with a bunch of financial research in stock and bond market and also in companies. Thus, providing information for the customers to help their decision on investments....   [tags: Careers in Commercial Banking]
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Career Profile: Engineering - By mixing scientific, economic, and social knowledge, we develop a disciplined art form of an occupation. All of this applied knowledge is needed in order to build devices and mechanical systems to improve the lives of people. A career in the department of engineering consists of practicing the scientific principles in order to meet social and consumer needs. Engineers develop efficient solutions to technical problems. There exist different branches that stem out and create detailed tasks for each component of engineering....   [tags: Careers]
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A Career as a Veterinarian - ... Going through 2 or 4 years more of school will help when going to veterinary school. The next step to complete is veterinary school, when completing veterinary school it’s a good idea to have a full bachelor of science. When you get the Bachelor of Science degree it will help you get a good paying job that you would love to do. When going in to school you should pick the courses that you will need to do the job you want. If you do not get the classes that you need for you career then you can get off track and can make it harder for you to get that career....   [tags: sick animals, earnings, experience]
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