1.03 Unit 1 Exam
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Many new families from another country settle in a particular city. Jobs in that city for translators of that country's language are most likely to
Pollution has endangered a species of fish in a region. Jobs in the fish-packing industry in that region are most likely to
A new medicine must be given by medical staff, but it eliminates much of the need for a common surgical operation. The careers of the medical staff will most likely
be done differently.
A benefit of career planning that helps you keep up with rapid change is
it helps you learn about trends in your career field.
At which career planning step do you determine the financial rewards you desire from a career?
Knowing What You Want
At which career planning step do you plan your post-high-school education and training?
Getting Ready for a Career
At which career planning step do you determine what careers already exist?
Getting to Know the Job Market
At which career planning step do you write your resume?
Getting a Job
Match each example in Column I with the correct name from Column II for the type of change described.
global communications change
easier international messaging
U.S. lifestyles change
preferences for new leisure activities
U.S. economic change
companies buying other companies
global population change
growing number of people on the planet
U.S. population change
growing numbers of older Americans
global environmental change
efforts to protect natural resources
Your lifestyle desires should be a big part of choosing your career.
Global climate changes are expected to have little or no effect on careers.
The main challenge of career planning in changing times is the need to adjust plans often.