My dream career

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My dream career

  1. 1. My Dream Career By: Esther Lee
  2. 2. Access Bridges● Career : Music Producer● Description : Project Manager for the recording and mixing process.● Education : Music skills & Audio Engineering● Median Annual Salary :$69,460● 2-3 Duties : - sell the singers merchandise - records music● Job Outlook : stable● Work Environment : recording studio or office● Potential for Advancement : N/A● Related Majors : music programs & recording engineering programs
  3. 3. Career OneStop● Career: Veterinarian● Description: They diagnose and treat diseases and injuries of animals.● Education: Doctoral Degree● Median Annual Salary: $105,200● 2-3 Duties: - attend lectures - euthanize animals● Job Outlook: 5% increase● Work Environment: huge office● Potential for Advancement: N/A● Related Majors: medicine/dentistry & speaking
  4. 4. Outlook Occupational Handbook● Career: Animal Chiropractor● Description: They treat animals with musculoskelatal system problems using a spinal manipulation.● Education: Doctor of Chiropractic Degree● Median Annual Salary: $84,340● 2-3 Duties: - conduct treatments - analyze the patients● Job Outlook: 28% increase● Work Environment: hospitals or physician offices● Potential for Advancement: N/A● Related Majors: athletic trainer & podiatrists
  5. 5. Music Producer● Why I changed this career: The only reason why I chose this career was because it was one of the ten occupations that matched my interests and skills. Unfortuantly, the field of music did not interest me since I already knew I wanted to do something that involved helping animals.
  6. 6. Veterinarian:● Why I changed this career: I chose this career because it involves helping injured animals and the salary was very high. I decided to not do it because while I am helping animals, veterinarians are required to give surgery to the animals if needed. However, I am unable (and unwilling) to cut into an animals body.
  7. 7. Animal Chiropractor● Why I changed my career: I decided to become an animal chiropractor because it involves treating animals without the use of drugs or surgery. Instead, they do a massage-like adjustment to the animal. This occupation requires a lot of hard work and a lot of studying. But, I think being an animal chiropractor would be my dream career.

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