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    Career Development is an important phase of one’s life, as it focuses employment opportunities as well as educational training (Niles & Bowlsbey, 2013). This process allows people to create a work identity. Career development is influenced by life choices and human development. There are many resources available to assist individuals in deciding a career path. For example, a resource library can be a helpful tool consist of a comprehensive directory of information about books, employment information

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    My career choice is a Forensic Psychologist. Since I first figured what I wanted to be when I grew up, it either involved science, medicine, and law. I went from Surgeon to Scientist then to Lawyer. It always somehow involved the criminal field. So, I did more research on what I could assemble and I came to the conclusion that being a Forensic Psychologist was the best route for me to take. In my paper, I will be telling you more in depth information about my career choice, how my thoughts of my

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    Work is a profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. I chose to seek a degree in this field because I find this to be a very rewarding career choice. To obtain a degree in a career that essentially makes a difference in people’s lives is extremely important to me. I have worked as a medical assistant for over 10 years, and although I love my job I would like to work closer with the people that I serve. I realize

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    growing job market, there are plenty of career choices one can take on to create a financially stable lifestyle and live a successful life. When looking at job careers, it is often a hard choice to choose which pathway might be the best to lead one towards success. In addition to choosing a pathway it is pertinent to learn the background as well as stepping stones to leave a person with more of an understanding of that profession, especially if the focus of career is dealing with Human Resources.

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    Factors of Career Choice

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    career choice Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Role 1.2 Objective and Subjective Constraints 1.3 Key Theories of Occupational Choice 1.3.1 Developmental Theory 1.3.2 Structural Theory 1.3.3 RIASEC Model 2. Factors of Occupational Choice 2.1 Family and Class 2.2 Neighbourhood and Peer Group 2.3 School and Education 2.4 Race 2.5 Gender 2.5.1 Horizontal and Vertical Segregation 2.5.2 Pay 2.5.3 Hours Worked

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    Analyzing Career Choices

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    Analyze career choices choosing Introduction Career choice can be very difficult to make especially when faced with a decision to choice between two attractive job offers (Clinton & Van der Merwe2006). Certainly, each of these jobs will have its positive and negatives aspects. Thus, how would you make an informed choice on the best offer? This requires a good decision-making system. This report presents a way such decision can be carried out. Accountant and auditor job Pay and compensation

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    Nurse Career Choice

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    like me and want to become a nurse get use to it. I struggled with my career options. So you can imagine my face on my first day of Nurse Aide Training. Most people would have walked out that same day but to me her words only solidify my choice to stay. Most people would have not be able to handle such harshness from someone they just met. But if you're like me and want to be a nurse get use to it. I struggled with my career option. So you could imagine my face on my first day of nurse aide training

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    My Career Choice

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    in my life is to choose a career that I will enjoy and find interesting for many years ahead. It is important that I have the ability to provide well for myself and future family. In an effort to stay current in the marketplace, I am committed to keeping an open mind as career paths change, and dedicating time for continued education. I believe that my career choices for the future greatly depend upon the knowledge that I have of myself, information regarding my career options, testing field work

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    Nursing as a Сareer Сhoice. Anna Leonova Trent University Nursing as a career choice. As Mother Teresa said: “It is not how much you do but how much love you put in the doing”. These words can not but be common for nurses all over the world. Well, what makes them love their profession? How did people decide to make nursing their career choice? What are the reasons for people to start such a way of life? As it goes without saying, nursing can not be called a profession

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    My Career Choice

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    My Career Choice I have decided to become a criminal lawyer because I want to improve the world by putting criminals in jail and defending people who are being falsely accused. I have wanted to be this for a long time, but just to be sure I have taken several career quizzes and found that this is the career best suited for me. This will take a lot of dedication and hard work but I feel that this will be something I will enjoy  doing  for the rest of my life ( or until I retire.)     My School To

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