What do you like to do?
I like to spend time with my family and close friends, helping others, read, travel, and shop.
What do you do well?
Troubleshooting computer problems, playing the drum and singing, typing (60 wpm), and cooking.
What do care about?
I care about my relationship with God, my family, and close friend. I care about my health. I also care about obtaining a college degree and finding a decent paying job.
What motivates you?
My parents motivate me, and also my niece and nephew whom I take care.
It is imperative to understand yourself in your career development. No matter what your career stage, it is essential to assess your personal goals, interpersonal skills, strengths, weaknesses and desires to keep …show more content…
My results said that I have an ISFJ personality. My scores were introvert (56%), Sensing (31%), Feeling (16%), and Judging (44%). The assessment stated that ISFJs frequently find themselves in occupations that either involves a lot of dealings with other people and require thoroughness and persistence. They work in organizations of various sizes and industries, where as a rule they work with people. Very often ISFJs recognize their potential in healthcare (nurse, patient care, and medical services, as well as administrative jobs) and several community care organizations. I do agree with some of the Jung Typology Seal assessments. I agree with being an introvert since I am a person that is reserved and to myself half of the time, but, on the other hand, I do like to serve others. I do not agree that I am overworked. If I get to the point to where I feel overworked, I will go to my boss and discuss the matter, so that I can get help with my work before resulting in some of extent psychosomatic illnesses. I agree with the part about working best with a small group or one-on-one situation. I also agree with the traditional careers for ISFJs attitude that include: teaching, social work, most religious work, nursing, clerical and secretarial work of any kind, and some …show more content…
One of the occupations that interested me on the Bureau Labor of Statistics website was Registered Nurse. This occupation interested me since I have always been a person that likes to help others. The quick facts about this occupation are that the median pay is 65,470 per year. The entry- level education that a worker needs to be an RN is to receive an Associate degree. The job outlook is 19% faster than average. Registered nurses (RNs) are responsible for and manage patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide guidance and emotional support to patients and their family members. The work environment for registered nurses is to work in hospitals, physicians ' offices, home health care services, and nursing care facilities. Others work in prisons, schools, or serve in the military. The next occupation that I chose was secretaries and administrative assistant. This occupation, interest me because I 'm already an administrative assistant, and I wanted to see the quick facts about it. The quick facts about this occupation are that the median pay is 35,330 per year. The entry-level, education that a worker needs to become a secretary or administrative assistant is a high school diploma or