Dream Job Essays

  • Dream Job

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    Career Project A career I would be interested in pursuing is being a park ranger. This job interests me because I love spending time outdoors and with people. It also is an interest of mine to keep our wonderful parks and woodland environments safe and to have them still be around for many more generations to come. The job of a park ranger is to enforce laws, regulations and policies in national, state, county, or municipal parks with dangerous wildlife, bad terrain, or in bad weather situations

  • Dave Holmes / Dream Job Winner

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    DARE TO DREAM David Holmes competed for a chance to win Dream Job, a show where contestants compete each week against one another through a variety of challenges. On November 16, 2004, David Holmes won the contest and received a one-year contract with ESPN. He always dreamed of becoming a SportsCenter anchor and he never gave up on his dream. David Holmes is working today for one of the fastest growing networks in television. David Holmes had to take trivia tests and write essays for the audition

  • Steve Jobs: Achieving Your Dreams

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    I honestly agree with Steve Jobs argument, if you don’t like the job your doing then don’t do it. Steve Jobs has been a good man; he went to a very expensive college (Reed College) but couldn’t afford it so he dropped out. He regretted it so he still went to the classes that amused him, but had to sleep on the floor in his friends’ dorms. Jobs have lost lots of things he liked and the big one was the job that he owned and created. I honestly think if you work as hard as he did then its worth doing

  • The Character of Marlow in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness

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    such great detail that you almost began to believe that he was a captain, though he was only a young boy at the time. His determination and love seemed eternal, and nothing was going to take his dream away from him. At least that is what we were lead to believe. Marlow soon grew old and so did his dream. I slowly saw the determination side of Marlow slipping away into the river along with his childhood vision of being a captain. I didn’t think that something like age would stop Marlow from taking

  • The Mark Twain Thesis

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    ruins the grade curve for the rest of us. Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example. Throughout his life Mark Twain continued to produce masterpiece writing leaving no good example un-battered. A man who gets his dream job, and is despised by the whole town of just dreamers. A person who's convictions are stronger than his flesh. And a seemingly harmless man, who tells the story as it should be told and comes under the utter annoyance of the narrator. Imperfect characterization

  • Drinking On The Job Essay

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    Drinking on the Job Drinking on the job. I never had a job in a restaurant where somebody could drink while working until I got a job as a waitress at Sweetwater Grill and Tavern. Taking part in this activity at work is a sure-fire way to have a strange work experience. I, of course, was not drinking on the job since it was my first day waiting tables at Sweetwater Grill and Tavern, and I was underage (only 18 years old at the time). I had just gotten the job and couldn't wait to work in a

  • MBA Admissions Essays

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    this was by no means my dream job, I learned a tremendous amount about business, and I gained useful exposure to the world of finance. Unfortunately, the company hit a period of instability, and after ten months I transferred with my boss to Coleman & Company. Thirteen months later, that company also began to fail, and I began to search for another path to advancement. With two strikes against me, I hit a home run and was hired by Sanford Bernstein into a challenging job with limitless opportunity

  • A Clockwork Orange

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    I think that A Clockwork Orange is a book worth reading because it is relatable, makes you think, and is interesting. The author, Anthony Burgess, was born February 25, 1917. At the young age of two his mother passed away. He was brought up by his aunt and later his stepmother. Even with such an unstable childhood Burgess continued on to enroll in college and major in English. He had a passion for music, which he expressed in the main character of A Clockwork Orange. Burgess wrote several accomplished

  • Job Searching in the 21st Century Myths and Realities no. 14

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    Job Searching in the 21st Century Myths and Realities "Find your dream job online!" "Electronic job search revolution!" Of all the hype surrounding the Internet, one of the biggest claims may be how information technology is changing the way people look for jobs. A huge number of electronic job resources are available: resume posting sites, job vacancy databases, employer websites, discussion boards and newsgroups, industry salary and information sites, and general career information sites.

  • Collin Powell

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    The army then provided Powell the time to study for a Master's degree in business administration at George Washington University. He received the degree in 1971, after which he worked as an analyst at the Pentagon before securing what he called a "dream job": an appointment as a prestigious White House fellow in the Office of Management and Budget under the director, Caspar Weinberger, and his deputy, Frank Carlucci, two men of rising influence in Washington who perceived Powell's uncommon abilities

  • Sexual Exploitation of Women in the Media

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    Sexual Exploitation of Women in the Media Women are sexually exploited in the media. In today’s society if people watch television programs such as Chingy featuring Snoop & Ludacris – Holidae; Charlie's Angels; the Z100 commercial with Britney Spears; or Baywatch they will see that the feminine image is presented differently than the masculine. In these programs men are typically placed in sexual situations fully clothed, while women are presented in provocative clothing or less. The camera will

  • My Dream Job For An Airline Job

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    Am I better prepared today for my dream career? As I am getting closer to graduating with my degree in Business Administration, I have decided to pursue a career in the travel industry. More specifically, I would love to work as an executive officer for an airline company or an airplane manufacturing company. Information systems plays are a large role in an airline company because not only is it needed to reserve seats, but it is used in checking in, baggage claim, boarding the place, and even used

  • Humorous Dream Jobs

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    do not know what job they will end up with. In fact, only 30% of people actually land their GLAMOROUS dream jobs. Although I’m not sure what job I’ll end up having in the UNPREDICTABLE future, I PLAN to MAKE sure I end up in the EXTRAORDINARY computer field. I LEARNED most of my EXQUISITE knowledge from INDEPENDENT self-teaching and STIMULATING tutorials. I received HUMONGOUS amounts of motivation from my WONDERFUL family who constantly CONSULTED me to CONSIDER COMMANDEERING a job in this vast field

  • Dream Job Research Paper

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    Intro to Sport Management Dr. Hughes Assignment 1 Stephen Wolf 02-11-18 Dream Job As a Sport Management major there are many career paths one could follow. From working with professional sport organizations, to park & recreation, fitness or even to become a sports agent, there are several opportunities. I have identified at least three entry-level dream jobs, that I would be more than happy to acquire upon my graduation. They consist of sport marketing, sporting event planner/coordinator, and game

  • My Dream Job Essay

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    Most people imagine their dream job is to become a famous actor or a job they have seen done many times. Though because of the progression of technology I would be more suited in a field involving computers. My dream job is to become a successful software engineer because I have always been into computer systems, but can I fit this job, is the career life something I can manage and what opportunities should I go after when becoming a software engineer. Each time I notice how a program is used I wonder

  • Dream Job Case Study

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    Part One: How I Will Use the Information in This Memo in My Dream Job It is no secret that working in the entertainment industry requires lots of teamwork. In my area of interest, especially, it is crucial that I know how to be a good team player in order to be successful one day. A few years from now, my dream job would be working as an art director on a prominent television show or movie. Based on my experiences working in art departments thus far, I can say that the information presented by Professor

  • My Dream of Becoming a Veterinarian

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    My Dream of Becoming a Veterinarian As far back as Dawn can remember she has always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. It all started when Dawn’s parents gave her, Samson, Doberman pinscher puppy as her first pet. They grew up to become best friends. At age 12, her best friend had developed a tumor on his chest. It devastated Dawn that she could do nothing for her friend. She had no way of helping him. This was just one of the signs that everything she had felt in her heart was meant to be. For

  • What Is My Dream Job Essay

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    As of this moment, everyone my age is either not in college with or without a job, or they are in college trying to work their way up the success bar. Now I do not judge anyone for what kind of life style they want to choose, but I am definitely one of those people that pretty much has their whole life planned out. From what college I go to and what I major in, to what dream job I will one day have ten, maybe even five to six years from now. Success is my middle name and I plan to own it. In present

  • Dream Job: Starting a New Business

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    Tony Hsieh the CEO of Zappos once said “Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.” My dream job is to own my own business someday to become an entrepreneur. “Entrepreneur is someone who has a vision of something and a want to create” once said by David Karp, Tumblr founder and CEO. To take responsibility to be the person that is the leader of my team. To help my vision come to life and be successful at it, I will need to reach my goals and gain knowledge. My wiliness

  • Dream Job Interview: Mananager Of A Radiologist

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    Dream Job As I was contemplating on what my “dream job” would be, the two possibilities which came to mind were to become an instructor in an ultrasound program or the mananager of a radiology department. I chose to interview my manager, Timothy Applegate (personal conversation, November 2, 2016). I would never consider taking a job within an industrial plant, therefore, I decided to also interview my brother-in-law, Edward Waggoner (personal interview, October 30, 2016), a crane repairman