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Career planning project
Career planning project
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Career planning project
Career planning project
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Career planning project
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  • 1. Career Planning Project Christina Ace
  • 2. Surgeon
    • Task-
    • A surgeon interprets patient’s medical history, physical condition and examination results to certify operations necessary and pick the best procedure.
    • They administer on patients to fix abnormalities, defects, injuries and treat diseases.
    • During the operation they have established surgical techniques that they follow.
    • They admonish treatments and procedures of the patient’s operative area.
    • Recommend patients to medical specialists.
    • Keep instruments, equipment, and operating room sterilize.
  • 3.
    • Knowledge-
    • A surgeon needs knowledge on many different things
    • such as medicine and density, biology, customer and
    • personal server, English language and psychology.  
    • For medicine and dentistry they need to know the information
    • and techniques required to diagnose diseases, injuries and deformities.
    • Biology you need to know plant and animal organisms,
    • tissues, cell, functions, ect.
    • For customer and personal service you need to know the principles and processes for giving quality customer service.
    • English language
    • you need to know the content of the English language
    • which includes meaning, spelling, rules of composition,
    • and grammar.
    • For Psychology you need to know Psychological
    • research methods and the treatments of behavioral and disorders.
  • 4.
    • Skills-
    • Active listening
    • Critical thinking
    • Reading comprehension
    • Active learning
    • Complex problem solving
    • Judgment and decision making
  • 5.
    • Abilities-
    • Problem sensitivity
    • Inductive reasoning
    • Written comprehension
    • Deductive reasoning
    • Oral comprehension
    • Oral expression
  • 6.
    • Interests-
    • The interest code for a surgeon is IRS.
    • The I stands for investigative. Occupations that have to do with investigative usually require massive amounts of thinking. This can involve solving problems and searching for facts.
    • The R stands for Realistic. Realistic occupations engage in activities that are hands on, sensible problems and solutions.
    • The S stands for social. Social professions entail teaching and communicating with others. These jobs provide help and services.
  • 7.
    • Related occupations-
    • Podiatrist
    • Registered Nurses
    • Veterinarians
    • Emergency medical technicians and paramedics
  • 8.
    • Earning-
    • salary of surgeons are among the highest of any professions. In 2008, surgeons practicing primary care had total annual payment of $186,044, and physicians practicing in medical specialties earned $339,738.
    Employment estimate and mean wage estimates for this occupation: 1.1 % $219,770 $105.66 2.6 % 44,560 Wage RSE Mean annual wage Mean hourly wage Employment RSE Employment
  • 9. Accountant
    • Task-
    • An accountant prepares, observes, and examines accounting records.
    • set up tables of accounts
    • Develop and document recordkeeping and accounting systems.
    • calculate taxes
    • Maintain or examine the records of government agencies.
    • Direct clients in areas such as reimbursement, employee health care benefits, the design of data processing systems or estate plans.
    • Maintain and analyze budgets, prepare periodic reports that compare budgeted expenses to actual costs.
  • 10.
    • Knowledge-
    • Medicine and Dentistry
    • Biology
    • Customer and Personal Service
    • English Language
    • Psychology
    • Therapy and Counseling
  • 11.
    • Skills-
    • Active Listening
    • Critical Thinking
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Active Learning
    • Complex Problem Solving
    • Judgment and Decision Making
    • Science
    • Speaking
    • Monitoring
    • Writing
  • 12.
    • Interests-
    • The interest code for a surgeon is IRS.
    • The I stands for investigative. Occupations that have to do with investigative usually require massive amounts of thinking. This can involve solving problems and searching for facts.
    • The R stands for Realistic. Realistic occupations engage in activities that are hands on, sensible problems and solutions.
    • The S stands for social. Social professions entail teaching and communicating with others. These jobs provide help and services.
  • 13.
    • Related occupations-
    • Treasurers and controllers
    • Cost estimators
    • Auditors
    • Budget analysis
    • Credit analysis
    • Economists
  • 14.
    • Earnings-
    Annual wages of accountants were $59,430 in May 2008. The middle half of the occupation earned between $45,900 and $78,210. The bottom 10 percent earned less than $36,720, and the top 10 percent earned more than $102,380. Annual wages in the industries employing the largest numbers of accountants were: 51,250 State government 53,660 Local government 59,550 Insurance carriers 59,820 Management of companies and enterprises $61,480 Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
  • 15. Graphic Designer
    • Task-
    • Create blueprints, concepts, and sample layouts
    • agree on size and display of material and copy, select style, and size of type.
    • discuss with clients to determine layout design.
    • Develop graphics and layouts for product diagrams, company logos, and Internet websites.
    • Overlook final layouts and suggest improvements as needed.
    • organize illustrations or rough of material, conversing them with customers or supervisors and making essential changes.
  • 16.
    • Knowledge-
    • Design
    • Communications and Media
    • Computers and Electronics
    • English Language
    • Fine Arts
    • Sales and Marketing
    • Customer and Personal Service
  • 17.
    • Skills-
    • Active Listening.
    • Operations Analysis
    • Speaking
    • Writing
    • Critical Thinking
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Active Learning
    • Coordination
    • Judgment and Decision Making
    • Complex Problem Solving
  • 18.
    • Interest-
    • Interest code- ARE
    • Artistic — Artistic occupations frequently involve working with forms, designs and patterns.
    • The R stands for Realistic. Realistic occupations engage in activities that are hands on, sensible problems and solutions.
    • Enterprising — Enterprising occupations often involve starting up and carrying out projects. These occupations can involve leading people and making many decisions.
  • 19.
    • Related occupations-
    • Art directors
    • Fine Artists, including Painters, Sculptors, and illustrators
    • Fashion designers
    • Interior designers
    • Set and exhibit designers
    • Directors
    • Camera operators
    • Makeup artists
  • 20.
    • Earnings-
    • Annual wages for graphic designers were $42,400 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $32,600 and $56,620. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $26,110, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $74,660. May 2008 Annual wages in the industries employing the largest numbers of graphic designers were:
    36,100 Printing and related support activities 36,910 Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers 43,540 Advertising, public relations and related services 45,870 Specialized design services $47,860 Computer systems design and related services

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