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    achievements, interest, values, and personality for a career. The pros of this theory are the exploration of her interest and values and the emphasis placed on her personality and achievements. In hindsight, the con of this theory in my perspective was the aptitude test. I personally do not think a test can predict the future success in a career. I think success can be determined by prior achievements and the interest the person has in the career. Given Olivia’s prior success, I think her capabilities

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    Careers: Florist

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    I chose floral design for my career. A florist does a variety of things in a retail flower shop. The main thing is arranging flowers. They prepare bouquets, corsages, funeral pieces, dried floral arrangements, and decorations for weddings, parties, and events. Depending on how much the owner asks of them, some florists are in charge of ordering flowers, ribbon, giftware, and other hard goods. Some also do the bookkeeping. I Chose this career because when I was little I used to go to Garden Gazebo

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    Careers are not something to be taken in a light manner as it acts as a major function in every being’s life. Career dysfunctional may results in decreased self confidence, increased interpersonal communication problems or traces of depression. According to Beverly Baskin, the term career can be defined as the the totality of work one does in one’s lifetime. Given this definition, education, family responsibilities, work and leisure activities are inclusive. Vocational counseling is a career concentrated

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT Career is a way a making a living. Career is as profession followed as lifetime. A person chosen plan for living lifetime that is career plan. A Career development plan is a path to future goals. Plan might be sometime any person (He/ She), create list of own goals, achieving those goals, and move to right path when trying to improve own career. Career plan might begin a before colleges, university, when wanting to change career in mid of life. Learning skills

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    super career counseling

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    Self-concept Theory of Career Development - Donald Super Self-Concept- The outcome of complex interactions between 1. Physical growth and mental growth 2. Personal experiences 3. Environmental characteristics 4. Stimulation Career Development- A lifelong proactive journey that utilizes planning, development and implementation of vocational skills to reach career goals. Self-Concept Career Development, as described by Super, is ever changing growth process in and through five different developmental

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    prosper in a career of design (dictionary.com, 'designer'). A career in interior design allows innate abilities of creativity and organization to be practiced in satisfying a client's desire for style and flare in their home or workplace. The work of an interior designer requires a natural skill to work with people and to decipher what a client desires. "The designer's job is to evaluate, plan, and design the interior areas of residential, commercial, and industrial places." (Careers in Focus: Design

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    Balancing A Career and A Family

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    Balancing A Career and A Family Abstract Regardless of where they are in their careers, working mothers have a tough time achieving balance between work and family. Generally, women take on or are given more responsibility for their homes than are men, leading to frustration and exhaustion. In this paper we will address some of the issues involved in balancing career and family. This paper will provide some solutions for the most common problems arising from todays busy schedules, and provide

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    Careers in Investment Banking A career in the securities industry can offer exciting work if you enjoy working in a competitive and demanding atmosphere. Investment bankers, stock brokers, and stock traders all make up the securities industry providing services to each other, as well as the general public. All of people involved in this field deal with stocks, bonds, and other financial material in some way or another, but they all have their own specific objectives and duties. The primary

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    Essay On Career Tributes

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    Before the game, all the tributes gather together on the first day of training Katniss explain what is a Career Tribute . “In District 12, we call them the Career Tributes, or just the Careers. And like as not, the winner will be one of them.” Katniss finally meet kids from others district on their first training day and explain the inequality between rich and poor: The exceptions are the kids from the wealthier districts, the volunteers, the ones who have been fed and trained throughout their lives

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    person is based on their career. In our society, it would behoove us to look at the path that leads to becoming a doctor instead of a drug dealer. Application of career theories to my own life allows for analyzing past and future career decisions. Holland’s Theory of Careers states that one’s vocation is an expression of self, personality, and way of life. There is an indisputable and fundamental difference in the quality of life one experiences if they choose a career one truly enjoys, versus

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