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  • Birkman Presentation
  • B i r k m a n P e r s o n a l i t y C o l o r r e s u l t s
  • BLUE
    • creative and artistic
    • Interested in:
    • Quiet activities
    • Abstracting Designing
    • reflecting
    • leads to jobs in:
    • Editing
    • Composing
    • Inventing
    • Meditating
    • Clergy
  • YELLOW
    • Organized
    • Orderly
    • Cautious
    • Structured
    • Loyal
    • Likes a work atmosphere that is where things or organized and is not complicated.
  • Careers associated with blue and yellow
  • Fashion Designer
  • A day in the life of a Fashion Designer
    • Read magazines and current articles and other media that involves fashion.
    • Attends fashion shows
    • Works with other designer on projects
    • Sketch/ make and show samples
  • Paying Your Dues
    • Long hours
    • Work your way up
    • estimated odds of becoming an internationally famous designer are roughly 160,000:1
  • Associated Careers
    • Interior Designer
    • Graphic Designer
    • Fashion Consutants
  • Present and Future
    • Fashion has been more available to the public since the sewing machine was invented.
    • Becoming a fashion designer depends on the ability to get the word out to numerous people with limited resources.
  • Facts and Figures
    • # of people in profession: 15000
    • Female: 50%
    • Male: 50%
    • Average hours per week: 55
    • Average starting salary: $35,550.00
    • Average salary after 5 years: $51,290.00
    • Average salary after 10 to 15 years: $75,970.00
  • Small Business Owner
  • A Day In The Life
    • Make plans ~ motivate
    • Solve Problems ~ leads employees
    • Hire
    • Train
  • Paying Your Dues
    • Make a business plan that includes a:
    • ~ mission ~management
    • ~ Market ~media
    • Method Management
    • Work long hours
    • Meet government regulations
  • Associated Careers
    • Sales Associates
    • Financial Analysts
  • majors
  • Accounting
    • Absolute central to any properly functioning free market system.
    • Has a lot to for with numbers
    learn how to keep financial records of business transactions and how to prepare statements concerning assets, liabilities, and operating results
  • Entrepreneurship
    • Start a company of your own
    • Become a CEO
    • Requires hard work and mad business skills.
  • International Business
    • an extension of a business program
    • lead you to use your business skills in a global context
    • knowledge of other cultures is crucial
  • Cosmetologist
  • A Day In The Life
    • A cosmologists decides what hair and kind of make-up will make a person look good
    • Applies make- up
    • Cuts hair
    • Does manicures and pedicures
  • Paying Your Dues
    • high school diploma, formal training at a cosmetology or vocational school
    • Work from the bottom up
    • Requires patients and be able to ask questions if you need help
  • Associated Careers
    • Salon management or ownership
    • Personal consultants to celebrates and VIPs
  • Facts and Figures
    • Professionals Read:
    • Modern Salon
    • Vogue
    • Allure
    • Glamour
    • Books, Films, and TV Shows Featuring the Profession:
    • Barber Shop
    • Steel Magnolias
    • Legally Blonde
    • Major Employers
    • Hair Cuttery
  • Present and future
    • Women would HAVE to go to the beauty Salon
    • The 1960s brought “Wash and wear styles” and women began applying makeup by themselves at home
    • cosmetologists now see clients from every walk of life who are bound together by their sense of fashion and its ever-changing styles and trends.