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Career project

  1. 1. My two highest work values are achievement and relationships. I like to look for jobs that allow me to use my abilities that will help me get the feeling of accomplishment. I also look for jobs with friendly co-workers and allow me to use my sense of right and wrong.In ten-years, I want to finishschool but still continue learningeverything I can. I like to workwith people, I enjoy caring forand helping others. I also like topersuade people as well as be apart of a team. So I hope mycareer choice will be able to helpme achieve my lifestyle goals.
  2. 2. I enjoy being able to work with others, beingwith friends. I like to be creative in everything Ido. I enjoy styling for example I always helpmy friends with outfit choices they neverthought they would like. I have always had theeye for fashion and art so styling is a goodmatch between the two. I have a bubblypersonality and I enjoy working with others.My passion for fashion is very dominant and Ilike designing outfits also, one time I made ashirt. I enjoyed spending the time creating anddesigning it, I was able to make differentpatterns to make the outfit unique. I am a visual learner. This means I like to work with graphics like films, slides, illustrations, and diagrams to reinforce my learning techniques. I like to have a mental image in my head of what I am supposed to do.
  3. 3. My foundation building blocks:Integrity/Honesty- making goodchoices and acknowledging efforts.Self-esteem-believing and doingmy best.Leadership- project leader andhelping others.Sociability- meeting new peopleand joining activities. The foundation building blocks I wish to develop: Self-management- scheduling my day and meeting/setting goals. Negotiation- using interpersonal communication skills to obtain a desired goal or resolve conflict. Knowing How to Learn- asking questions, reading information, using the library, researching information, joining activates and clubs.
  4. 4. Artistic -People who haveartistic, innovating or intuitionabilities and like to work inunstructured situations usingtheir imagination and creativity.Realistic- People who haveathletic or mechanical ability,prefer to work with objects,machines, tools, plants oranimals, or to be outdoors.Social- People who like to workwith people to enlighten, inform,help, train, or cure them, or areskilled with words.
  5. 5. A Set and Exhibit Designer reads scripts, talkwith directors and research to determine designsand styles for different sets. People who are setand exhibit designers are interested in the arts.Working with forms, designs and patterns.Expressing yourself to design sets. While on a joba set and exhibit designer prepares rough draftsand scale working drawings and speak withclients to determine the themes in order to gatherinformation about set. Develop structures andsets, direct and coordinate construction. Planplace and time to make sure everything goes asplanned. They must be able to be active listeners,speak well with others, good decision making andhave social perceptiveness. Requires 4 years ofeducation, Bachelor’s degree. Several years ofwork-related, on-the-job and/or vocationaltraining. For an Entry level: $33,840 andExperienced: $66,480 per year. The job outlook isincreasing each year.
  6. 6. A Camera Operators, TV , Video and MotionPicture operates the camera to photographimages or scenes for various purposes. Thiscareer involves work activities that includehands-on problems and solution. It also dealswith many plants, animals, material and variousmachinery. A Camera Operators, TV , Video andMotion Picture takes photos to record scenes forbroadcasts, advertising and motion picturesusing different technical aspects. Gather andedit footage on location to send to the company.Speak to employees to determine filmingsequences, desired effects. Observe sets orlocations for possible problems. This careeruses listening/speaking skills, timemanagement and coordination. A CameraOperators, TV , Video and Motion Picture goesto vocational schools, on-the-job experience orget an associates degree. Need a year or two oftraining to gather experience. They get $28,170for entry level workers and $53,780 forexperienced workers. The job outlook is veryfavorable. New jobs are opening in this field.
  7. 7. A Preschool Teacher instructs children in activities topromote social, physical and intellectual growth needfor primary school setting.This field requires being able to work with others,communication and teaching children at such a youngage. Preschool teachers provide variety of materialsto teach basic skills, attend to basic needs of children.Meet with parents to discuss growth of children andshow ways to promote further development. Thiscareer uses instructing/speaking skills andperceptiveness in the class room setting. Preschoolteachers requires getting an associates/bachelorsdegree. Need a year or two of training to gatherexperience. They receive $20,940 for entry levelworkers and $39,350 for experienced workers. Thejob outlook is very favorable. New jobs are opening inthis field. The job outlook is very favorable. New jobsare opening in this field.
  8. 8. People with blue Interests like job responsibilities and occupations that involve creative, humanistic, thoughtful, and quiet types of activities. Blue Interests include abstracting, theorizing, designing, writing, reflecting, and originating, which often lead to work in editing, teaching, composing, inventing, mediating, clergy, and writing. People with yellow styles perform their job responsibilities in a manner thatis orderly and planned to meet a known schedule. They prefer to work wherethings get done with a minimum of interpretation and unexpected change.People with a yellow style tend to be orderly, cautious, structured, loyal,systematic, solitary, methodical, and organized, and usually thrive in aresearch-oriented, predictable, established, controlled, measurable, orderlyenvironment. You will want to choose a work environment or career path inwhich your style is welcomed and produces results.
  9. 9. An interior designer is responsible for the interior design, decoration, andfunctionality of a client’s space. Different types of spaces worked on commercial,industrial, or residential rooms. Interior designers work with architects and clientsto determine the structure of a space and the needs of the occupants. Interiordesigners have to be good with color, fabric, and furniture. Two years into theprofession, many aspiring interior designers are working as interns or assistants,as entry into the field is competitive. A number of students make connectionsthrough relationships their schools have with major employers. Salaries are lowor nonexistent in these early years, hours are long, and satisfaction may be low. After five years, interior designers have significant professional experience anda paying job in the industry. Many have associate-level responsibility for projectsand work relatively unsupervised. Many consider starting their own interiordesign firm. Hours become more stable, and salary increases. After ten-yearinterior designers have significant budgeting and cost-estimating responsibilityand extensive client contact. The majority of those who wanted to start their owninterior design firms have done so by this time. Hours remain stable, andsalaries increase. In years past, only the wealthy could afford to hire an interiordesigner. With the expansion and popularization of the field, along withsignificant reductions in the cost of materials, even modest-income families noware able to hire interior designers. Many owners and occupants of professionaland residential complexes are turning to professional interior designers to shapetheir spaces. There is also significant age-pressure in the industry, and asignificant number of interior designers are expected to retire soon. This willopen additional positions for younger interior designers. Some different majorsfor aspiring interior designers are Art, Interior Architecture, Drawing, and Interior/Furniture Design.
  10. 10. Film editors assemble footage of feature films, television shows,documentaries, and industrials into an end product. They manipulateplot, score, sound, and graphics to refine the overall story into a greatend product that people will love. Editors are able to express themselvesthrough their unique styles. Film editors work closely with sound editorsand musical directors as the film nears completion. Beginning filmeditors are expected to bring some expertise in computer editing tools.They get their first on-site training in the technical skills of editing,cutting, splicing, and seamlessly integrating different scenes. Long hoursand low pay are diminished by a rapid learning curve. Collaborate withsound and music editors to gain networks of contracts. After five yearsfilm editors are expected to have gained more responsibilities, a networkof contacts, and enough editing experience to begin a solo career. Pay,responsibilities, and hours increase. After ten years a film editor now hasa solid reputation, a healthy paycheck, and reasonable hours. Most workas independent contractors, editing films and video releases of films.Some editors act as consultants to other editors. In 1980, a feature filmhad one film editor assigned to it, now, with the increasing complexity offilm editing, graphic overlays, computer animation sequences, and risingbudgets, an average of nine editors are attached to each feature film.Most career opportunities for editors are found in Los Angeles and NewYork. Many majors associated with Film Editing are GameDesign, English Composition, Film, Animation and Special Effects,Computer Graphics, Play/Screenwriting, and Cinematography and Film/Video Production.
  11. 11. Media Planners deal work with demographics. Businesseswant to place their products and services in front of audiencesthey know are watching, listening, or even driving by on theroad. They are responsible for putting ads in the right place atthe right time, reaching the desired audience. Media plannersgather information on the people’s viewing and readinghabits. Media planners have to know demographics andstatistics, using extensive formulas to chart out the best way abusiness can spend their money in order to get their productin front of the public. Media planners have to know math.Advertising is a high stress business, but the monetaryreward of seeing your work pay off for the client can be wellworth. Most media planners start out helping to work on largeprojects or taking on smaller tasks under the supervision ofthe senior level planners. A lot of hard work and long hoursare put in for the first two years. Media planners with fiveyears experience take on bigger projects, and usually overseethe assistant planners. With ten years experience a seniormedia planner may be called upon to take on larger projectswith prestigious national clients. Media planner positions areexpected to grow faster than average over the next decade.With more jobs becoming available, the savvy media plannerneeds to know how to distinguish the best format for theirclient. Media planners may find a shortage of jobs ifgovernment legislation restricts advertising for specificproducts such as alcoholic beverages or specific media suchas billboards. Different majors a media planner can take areAdverting, Business Communications, Mass Communicationsand Public Relations.