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  • Interior Design as a Career

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    Imagine designing a dream home with all the color and space conceivable. This illustrates the work of an interior designer. A "schemer, intriguer, or plotter," could 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

  • dream career

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    My Dream Career Selecting a career is the most important decision in a person’s life. The Health care industry has a good future in the United States of America. According to the American Department of Labor, the Medical assistant is one of the fastest growing health care professions. I have always been inclined towards health care and therefore I decided to be a medical assistant. To become a medical assistant one should possess different qualities. But the most important quality is to be a very

  • An Introduction To Career Development

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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

  • Professional Development

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    uses to measure personal development and suitability for advancement to higher degrees of social responsibility. One such milestone is career selection and attainment. Some individuals may never find a satisfying vocation, whereas others know what they desire from the day they can communicate. A simple way to reduce the unfortunate friction of choosing a career is to be self-aware. Understanding what makes one happy, fulfilled, and the things that are important to them, is the easiest way to narrow

  • School Counseling Essay Examples

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    While taking the Self Directed Search I thought about my interests, my past and my experiences. I thought it was interesting how my interests have changed over the years. I remember my dreams of owning a daycare over top of a clothing store where I showcased my designs. Oh, how things have changed. My love for people and my desire to help people in need has stayed with me through all my life journey. When I settled on being a school counselor it wasn’t an easy decision. I struggled with how I would

  • Persuasive Essay

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    have their career chosen by the time they are out of High School. They are trained to plan and map out their entire lives. Yet, college students still end up having an undecided major by the time they start their freshman year in college. A huge issue that is present in today’s society is that college students chose their major for the wrong reasons. Parents pressure students to pursue careers in business, medicine, politics, and law; however, unless practiced with passion, those careers are pointless

  • Steps to Making a Career Plan

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    background report describes the student career planning that can help them to manage their learning and development process. The report focuses on different steps to make a career plan such as knowing yourself, finding out, making decisions and talking action to be the main points in your career plan. Knowing your self is to explore your skills, interests and motivations to set your goals of work and education. The finding out step is to explore the careers, education fields as well as determine

  • School paper

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    on maximizing them. Signature Themes and Career Exploration This study was nothing short of an awakening for me at age fifty-two. It has provided me with a much needed deep-dive into who I am, what I do and more important why it happened. The saying that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” has been proven false in my case as I am an “old dog” in my mind at least and this study showed me why I am, who I am and why I have been successful in my career, this all in spite of not having a clue about

  • Dream Career Goals

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    get me my dream career of opening up my own child care and preschool center. I have decided to pursue my life as a child care provider because my mother has owner a small family child care (in home) for over twenty years. I have grown to love working with the children and helping run the business. Owning a child care center is not only a dream of mine but it is also my passion and I am determined to make it happen. And, with the help of this course I will be able to make my dream career come true

  • Identify Development of a College Athlete

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    in competitive sports (Miller & Kerr, 2003). According to the NCAA (2012), over 460,000 college student participate in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and these student-athletes face many challenges throughout their collegiate careers. As noted by Heird and Steinfeldt (2011), student-athletes are confronted with demands such as balancing athletics and academics, their physical well-being and injuries, athletic achievement or lack of achievement, and relationships with friends,

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