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Career Prep Vocab 1
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the ways you want to spend your time, energy, and resources in the future
beliefs and principles that are important to an individual
Something a person wants to get out of a job or that brings them job satisfaction
Natural talents a person has or the potential for learning a certain skill easily and quickly
A skill you have already developed
Six stages of interests
A successful lawyer's main interest area would be _____.
What can you do to help identify your aptitudes and abilities?
First, you can simply brainstorm a list of all of your skills. If you aren't sure what you are good at, your friends and family are always great resources to turn to. They have a good idea of your skills (others can sometimes see your aptitudes when you yourself cannot see them) You can also create a chart to break down categories, it may help you identify skills if you think of them in special categories
Define lifestyle goals and list three questions you should ask yourself as you consider your future lifestyle.
The ways you want to spend your time, energy, and resources in the future.
What are you interested in to get into your ideal lifestyle?
What is your ideal lifestyle?
Why are you interested in that lifestyle?
A nurse, police office, and teacher would all have _____ interests.
Justine was interested in learning how to play the piano. She has become very accomplished and has begun teaching her own students. What stage of ability development is Justine at?
How are aptitudes and abilities different?
An aptitude is a natural talent, and a person with that aptitude has the potential to learn the skill easily and quickly. Abilities are skills that have already been developed
Risk is a work value that would fit a police officer.
List the four stages of ability development. Provide an example of a person developing a specific ability. What would each stage look like
Novice, apprentice, master, mentor. Student examples will vary, but should follow the model.Example : Driving a car
Why should you think about your interests when searching for a career?
People who find their work interesting are more likely to be happy and successful.
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