Using the GCIS skills assessment, I placed my top 5 skills as dependability, integrity, attention to detail, analyzing, and decision making. My top three personality types are Enterprising, Conventional, and Social and Investigative both have the same score. Enterprising I had the highest score of 39, enterprising is being competitive and liking to be in control and lead others. Also being responsible for getting your own work done and supervising others. I feel like enterprising is a great type for me to have, because to get the job I want and to climb in my field it will help to be competitive, also being able to lead others is great so when I have reached the pinnacle of the ladder I will be able to lead my fellow coworkers. Conventional was my second highest type at 33, conventional means I like to keep things in order, I do things careful and the right way, and use clear instructions and rules to do so. Conventional will also help me in my field
In order for me to complete this career assessment paper, I initially took an Interest Inventory survey. Upon completing this process, it revealed that my personality profile score was (I, C, A). These three letters represented my strengths and interests in determining which career field would best suit me.
Education is what initially builds us and sets us apart from others. In “I Just Wanna Be Average” by Mike Rose, vocational education “a euphemism for the bottom level” is what set Mike Rose and his classmates apart from the rest of the school. Vocational Education seemed to affect Mike Rose in a negative and positive way. From the negative experiences he went through with his teachers and the low perspective others had of the “vocational track and their students” to the positive outcomes of how having other teachers that care for him and his education and only want what is best for him and his future.
Something interesting about me is that for 4 years in the marching band I played the saxophone. It is during those years I learned how to properly communicate with other students working in a large group to accomplish our shared musical goals. Eventually I would end up in a leadership role during my senior year of high school it’s during this time I learned the importance of dividing personal relationships and from leadership role. Often during my leadership role, I found myself at conflict due my personal friendships with other band students in the organization. Additionally, I listen to classical music, using photo editing software, and using different programming languages. The results from my TypeFocus were the following: ‘I’ introversion, ‘S’ sensing, ‘T’ thinking, and ‘J’ judgement. I will honestly say I did not learn not anything new from the taking the assessment about myself and the careers I will likely enter. Even more the assessment just confirmed everything that I’ve known about myself like how tend to be more introvert often takes me a while to open up personally to most individuals.
The surveys said that I am competitive, creative, determined, hardworking, focused, independent, and entrepreneurial. I am motivated by work that will lead me to a manager position. The idea of making money promotes me a great deal. I like work that is physically and mentally challenging. I would like to travel and experience different cultures and places.
To begin with, discovering what types of employment maximize my personality let me know whether or not I am pursuing the right major. For instance, computer science and engineering were listed as two possible candidates. Although I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Sciences in Mathematics, all of these occupations are similar. Each of these professions requires diligence, accuracy, and analytic ability, which fully utilizes an
My personality reveals that I am extroverted meaning that I am focused and draw energy from those around me, this is very important with my career choice since I will have to interact with hundreds of people. I work very well with groups, and people enjoy being around me which would make my job that much easier, and people would be able to feel comfortable with me. My personality could also be described as being a sensor, this meaning that I work diligently, excel at hands on activity, and remain focused when considering facts. This is exactly the skills needed to be an athletic trainer since all of the work is hands on and I would have to remain focus while determining what has to be done with an injury of sorts. Last but not least, my personality shows that I am a judger, which means that I stay organized and methodical, and I am decisive. This is very much needed in my field because being in charge of so many athletes at a time requires me to stay organized. Also, being decisive is needed because I need to decide very quickly what is going to be done with a patient and how it will be
The assortment of career choices and educational options in the business world cover a wealth of abilities and skills. A logistics expert probably wouldn't fit in a marketing department, nor would a risk manager feel comfortable in sales. When you are looking at business as a whole, it is best to evaluate the opportunities based on what you think your personal strengths are. Here are some examples of how to align your personal attributes with potential business careers.
My top three interests were social, enterprising, and artistic. I was not surprised by my top two results because I am an outgoing, persuasive individual, but the artistic result did surprise me. However, as I read about it, I realized that I did enjoy integrating creativity in my work and being given some flexibility to complete assignments without a clear cut set of rules. The results also gave me some career suggestions. A genetic psychologist and a counseling psychologist both came up as results which was encouraging because it meant I was well suited to these careers. These two careers also both had bright job outlooks, and they both required a graduate degree. The prospective salaries were comparable, and they required similar
Introduction: The following report sheds light on one specific career option that a group of three scholars chose and shows how their personality traits as well as their interests and employment backgrounds make them either the most qualified or the least qualified for the job position. The job that the group chose was intelligence analyst. The report will explain whether or not there should be competitiveness between the group members when it comes to applying for a similar job in the near future. When one is applying for a career there are many things employers take into consideration. Among the highest are the applicants ' willingness to work in the career field and in the set location. The applicant experience and the applicants ' personality traits that make them stand out from the other applicants are also extremely important.
There comes a time in life where individuals have to leave school to join the world of work whereby they will work their way up to the top. This is where career development comes into place. Career development is defined as progress through various stages in a career (Schreuder & Coetzee,2011). These are stages one goes through in order to mature in a career and for development to even exist, one has to start with making a career choice then developing it .A career choice can be defined as the relation between people’s personality types and their different occupational environment in which they work in.
After answering multiple questions for different situations I was able to obtain information about my personality. ENFJ is a very unique and has various skill sets that will allow me as individual to work in multiple roles. Occupations with good interpersonal skills that allow productive collaboration through any working process. Although this personality can be challenging it still has many benefits to help build careers successfully. There are many high rank positions that this particular personality type would be effective in. Some examples are sales, social services, community care, legal and the list goes on. In all of these roles there are a broad range of occupations that would fit perfectly based on the personality type. However, the ultimate focus is to reach their main dreams. Although they may see their selves as helpers or enablers, this creates the challenge.
It is vital when looking for a new job or career that you know what skills and qualities you have. Knowing what you can or cannot do will alter what employers and positions there are for you. Throughout my higher education at Full Sail University, I have been able to overcome weaknesses that I have and raised other strengths beyond what I thought I could. Matching what you are good at and not so good at can help shape what your life path will be. Looking deeper into my personal capabilities, I have discovered three strengths and three weaknesses that I have and I’m working on eliminating or improving. If you are not good at something, improving even slightly can have a nice positive impact on your overall quality of
My passion is to not only teach students in a creative and positive way that they are actually learning but also to inspire them to learn and make something great of themselves in their future. The reason being when I was younger I did not take my education that serious. If I would have known then how serious an education was, I feel that I could have accomplished more in middle and high school. After school I wouldn't care about actually learning about my homework. For this reason I want to inspire kids to want to learn at a young age and for them to see that their education and work ethic is very important even at their age. Most importantly I want my future students to want to learn.