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Pathway planner
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  • Research has shown that when someone is a good fit to their occupation, the probability of their success and satisfaction with their career goes up dramatically!
  • Energy LevelAssertivenessSociabilityManageabilityAttitudeDecisivenessAccommodatingIndependenceObjective Judgment
  • Career-specific videos are also provided at the state level, along with state-specific information for theoccupation, like state and national wages and trends. At the bottom of each page you can select the state inwhich you are searching to find this additional information.The videos you'll find on these pages are very helpful. You'll actually see what each career has to offerand hear someone describe the different aspects of the job. This is a great place to start deciding whichof the career paths you would prefer. Each video quickly summarizes a career, helping you expedite yourresearch.
  • Career-specific videos are also provided at the state level, along with state-specific information for theoccupation, like state and national wages and trends. At the bottom of each page you can select the state inwhich you are searching to find this additional information.The videos you'll find on these pages are very helpful. You'll actually see what each career has to offerand hear someone describe the different aspects of the job. This is a great place to start deciding whichof the career paths you would prefer. Each video quickly summarizes a career, helping you expedite yourresearch.
  • Career-specific videos are also provided at the state level, along with state-specific information for theoccupation, like state and national wages and trends. At the bottom of each page you can select the state inwhich you are searching to find this additional information.The videos you'll find on these pages are very helpful. You'll actually see what each career has to offerand hear someone describe the different aspects of the job. This is a great place to start deciding whichof the career paths you would prefer. Each video quickly summarizes a career, helping you expedite yourresearch.
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    • 1. PATHWAY PLANNER Quintin Guinn
    • 2. What is Pathway Planner?• Provides an overview of unique strengths, talents, and abilities• It is an important link between career seekers and the occupation that best fits who they really are. – First time job – Career change• Provides critical decision making information to help shape future• Introduces a mechanism to validate career choices
    • 3. First Time Job Seekers • Key knowledge that drives a quality, core education – Assists students with selecting majors and degrees matching their: • Thinking Style • Behavioral Traits • Interests • Ascertains what career possibilities that are best suited
    • 4. Career Change Seekers • Assists adults in transitioning from one career to another • Identifies career possibilities and provides insight into occupations for the highly-skilled, competitive workforce • Directs transition to a better, happier career path
    • 5. PWP IS NOT A PXT• PWP is a PXT centered product – Occupational experience eliminated • Substituted with 40 different questions that will apply to persons who have not had a job in the past. – Jobs are based on career clusters selected by the candidate • Current educational attainment • Desired educational objective
    • 6. 16 Career Categories (Clusters)• Agriculture, Food & • Hospitality & Tourism Natural Resources • Human Services• Architecture & • Information Technology Construction• Arts, A/V Technology & • Law, Public Safety, Communications Corrections & Security• Business Management & • Manufacturing Administration • Marketing• Education & Training • Science, Technology,• Finance Engineering &• Government & Public Mathematics Administration • Transportation,• Health Science Distribution & Logistics
    • 7. The Report• Compares over 800 jobs from the O-Net − Thinking Style − Interests − Behavioral Traits• Reports on jobs with 80% or greater match – Based upon current education or minimal training and education. – With continued formal education as indicated by the participant*. *Exception participant does not intend to continue their education beyond High School.
    • 8. Results Your Results • Pathway Planner Results – An overview of your characteristics based on your responses to the assessment Job Match • Career Pathway – List of possible career choices based on your characteristics and the things you find interesting Understanding &Using the O*Net & • Linking Pathway Planner to Your FutureResearching Your – Unique information relating to you. Career Choices – Explains how to use O*NET, gather information and maximize your network of people
    • 9. Identifying CharacteristicsThinking Style • Thinking Style – Describes your approach to the way you think about things • Numerical and Verbal skills and abilities • Your knowledge and how you use numbers and words in reasoning and problem solvingPersonality Traits • Personality Traits – Reflects how you approach interacting with others • Your perception of your personality Interests • Interests – Your interests in activities • Including enjoyable activities in your work increase job satisfaction
    • 10. Thinking StyleYour abilities with vocabulary, calculations, reasoning and problem solving
    • 11. Personality TraitsNine Energy Levelpersonality Objective Assertiveness Judgmenttraitsdiscussed Independence Sociability YOU Accommodating Manageability Decisiveness Attitude
    • 12. Interests Financial /Enterprising People Service Technical Mechanical Creative Administrative Top 3 Areas of Interest
    • 13. Interests Definitions• Enterprising – Indicates interest in activities associated with persuading others, sales, and presenting ideas.• Financial/Administrative – Activities such as organizing information or business procedures• People Service – Activities such as helping people and promoting the welfare of others• Technical – Scientific activities, technical data, and research• Mechanical – Activities that involve working with tools, equipment, and machinery• Creative – Activities using imagination, creativity, and original sales ideas.
    • 14. Career Pathway• Designed to match you with actual positions that currently available in today’s job market. – Matched against employer standards – Same characteristics as successful employees
    • 15. Top 3 Career Categories• Provided with 3 tables from preselected career categories – No table is more important than the other – Jobs/careers in no particular order – O*Net SOC Code links provided
    • 16. Additional EducationGood fit with additional education or training
    • 17. Linking PWP to Your Future• Understanding & Using O*NET – Find Occupations based on Career Clusters & Industries – Conduct advance searches using specific tools or software – Discover Crosswalks where you can research other related Career Cluster www.careerinfonet.org www.onetonline.org
    • 18. O*NET Occupational Summary• Tasks • Education• Knowledge • Interests• Skills • Work Styles• Abilities • Work Values• Work Activity • Related Occupations• Work Context • Wages &• Job Zone Employment Trends
    • 19. Gather Information• Additional resources – Video.profilesinternational.com/PWP.html – Your state’s workforce – Monster.com – www.monster.com/ – Indeed.com – www.indeed.com/ – Glassdoor.com – www.glassdoor.com – Salary.com – http: www.salary.com – Bureau of Labor & Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook – www.bls.gov/ooh/
    • 20. Use Your Network• Expand your thinking and widen your opportunities – Talk with friends and family – Utilize sites • Facebook • LinkedIn – Ask questions • What additional education/training is required? • What are the costs to prepare for this career? • How will I pay for my career preparation? • What types of benefits should I expect from this career?
    • 21. Markets• Students (High school and college)• Military (newly separated or retired)• PTAs and PTOs• Career counselors• Outplacement agencies• Consultants• Trainers• Coaching• Workforce agencies
    • 22. Wholesale Pricing 2013 World Conference Special Pricing Package of 25 $825 ($33 each) Package of 50 $1600 ($32 each) Package of 150 $4350 ($29 each)
    • 23. Thank You for AttendingPlease contact your Sales Vice President for more information or to place ordersQuestions?

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