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  • 1. Ali's Career PowerPoint By: Alison Perreault
  • 2. Qualities & Skills
    • My qualities are that I accept Criticism, helpful, friendly, polite, reliable, and hard-working!
    • My skills are that I can work politely with customers, I can make and maintain a schedule, I can cook for others, and I can work well with small children.
  • 3. My Holland Codes
      • I have Artistic interests like work activities that deal with the artistic side of things, such as forms, designs, and patterns. They like self-expression in their work. They prefer settings where work can be done without following a clear set of rules.
      • I have Investigative interests like work activities that have to do with ideas and thinking more than with physical activity. They like to search for facts and figure out problems mentally rather than to persuade or lead people. I have Social interests like work activities that assist others and promote learning and personal development. They prefer to communicate more than to work with objects, machines, or data. They like to teach, to give advice, to help, or otherwise be of service to people.
  • 4. Career Clusters
    • Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications    
    • Choreographer, Musician, Copy Editor, and Craft Artist.
    • Education and Training  
    • University Professor, Phychologist, Phychiatrist, and a Sign Language Interpreter. 
    • Information Technology  
    • Animator and a Video Game Designer.  
  • 5. Choreographer
    • The Salary for a Choreographer varies from $19,750 to $57,270
    • The job outlook for a choreographer is Wisconsin Outlook Job seekers will face keen competition for position openings. National Outlook Job seekers will find good employment opportunities. Factors Affecting Employment: Employment is affected by public appreciation of dance as a form of artistic expression, funding availability, and its profitability within the entertainment industry. Wisconsin Regional Employment Job sites are located in urban areas of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Employment Info Number Employed in 2006: 1,050 Expected Employment in 2016: 1,020 Percent Expected Employment Growth, 10 years: -3% Expected Annual Openings, Growth and Turnover: 60
  • 6. Musician
    • Some helpful high school courses are Band, Orchestra-String, and Wind
    • Ensemble, you also don’t need any university majors.
    • A brief description of a musician is Musicians
    • entertain others by playing musical instruments in orchestras,
    • bands, ensembles, and solo performances. They may work as
    • accompanists to other musicians or vocalists.
    • Musicians Typical salaries range from $14,435 to $89,024 per year .
  • 7. Video Game Designer
    • A brief description of a video game designer is Video game designers write the blueprints for computer games. They decide the mission, theme, and rules of play. They write a document which fully explains what will happen in the game.
    • High school classes that will help prepare students for college include Calculus, Computer Programming, Multimedia Design, and Trigonometry/Advanced Algebra. Participation in a Tech Prep program may be a valuable high school experience. In Tech Prep programs, high school students enroll in technical college courses. Students participating in these programs may enroll in a technical college with advanced standing when they graduate from high school.
    • Typical salaries range from $34,120 to $90,210
  • 8. Bibliography
    • Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
    • www.wiscareers.wisc.edu
    • www.gurgaon.olx.in
    • Source: Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
    • Source: Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

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