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Career Management 3.01 & 3.02
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An example of a human resource is:
One way to polish decision-making skill is to:
Practice the decision-making process
Using a hunch to help make a decision is an example of:
All of the things people have or can use to help make decisions are:
In which step of the decision-making process does a person commit to making the decision work?
Make a decision.
When a person acts on a decision, there are always:
What effect does a family's history of jobs/careers have on a student's career choices?
The student might follow in a family member's footsteps.
A good example of impulse decision-making is purchasing a car:
Without thinking about the purchase.
Deciding whether or not to confront a friend who shoplifts is a:
Deciding what to wear, what to eat, and what time to leave for school are examples of:
In decision-making, determine needs, analyze personal resources, then:
A person can judge the success of a decision by asking:
Did the decision help me meet my goal?
When faced with many possible career choices, a student should:
Relate the choice to your personal characteristics/information.
After identifying interests, skills, and abilities, it is necessary to:
Match them to possible careers.
In the decision-making process, what should be done when having trouble thinking of possible alternatives?
Do some research.
One's environment includes all EXCEPT:
The best way to approach your career choice is to:
Follow a logical decision-making process.
In the decision-making process, a trade-off is:
Giving up one thing in return for another.
The final result that needs to be arrived at in the process of career planning is called the:
Which is NOT a major factor is setting career goals?
Which is usually the immediate goal?
Wanting to live near the ocean someday is an example of which type of goal?
Stating a goal in concrete terms is making sure that it is:
When a student says, "I plan to make an A on Friday's math test," this is an example of a:
"I want to be a lawyer" is a goal in which domain?
Which is a long-term stepping-stone goal?
Obtain a bachelor's degree.
Which is a medium-term stepping-stone goal?
Complete high school.
Which is NOT a major factor to consider in setting career goals?
A planned action toward a goal is a/an:
An outline of what a person wants to achieve in their work life is called a:
A step-by-step plan of action including career information influenced by an individual's ultimate career goal is
known as a:
Which will a student need to do in order to reach a career goal?
Follow an action plan.
Career plans need to be:
Recorded in writing.
Once a student's ultimate career goal is achieved, it is likely that he/she will:
Change jobs and/or careers several times.
Having a written career plan can help assure that:
Students will have better career direction.
A career plan for high school ensures that:
A student will take appropriate courses in high school.
Which of the following may help to develop a career plan?
Skills and aptitudes.
Which of the following should NOT be included as activities on a career plan?
If an ultimate goal is to become an English teacher, a career plan should include a number of courses in:
Writing and literature.
Which experiences can help develop career skills?
A career plan for an interior designer should include courses in the area of:
Having advanced education and training ensures:
More career opportunities.
If an ultimate goal is to become a physical therapist, a career plan should include:
Getting a bachelor's degree.
If your ultimate goal is to become a lawyer, then your career plan should include:
Continuing education beyond a bachelor's degree.
Jane wants to become a pilot. What should she include as part of her career plan?
Obtain a pilot's license.
Planning to work as a salesperson before becoming a retail store manager is a:
A chart used to rank possible career choices for a career plan a personal:
Career profile form.
A written career plan is LEAST needed:
In elementary grades.
Prior to completing a high school four-year plan, students would do all EXCEPT:
Apply to a college.
The first step in reviewing a career plan is to:
Explore career trends and job market data.
Workers at one level who master that level and then move up to the next level of a job are:
On a career ladder.
A tentative goal for post-secondary career/education plans ensures that:
Will prepare the student for post-secondary choice.
Having a written career plan:
Increases chances of being satisfied with career decisions.
A student who is pursuing a career goal to work in communications should plan for a number of courses in:
Speech and English
Recording your career plan helps you do all of the following EXCEPT:
Take formal assessments.
A course of action toward achieving career and educational goals is a:
In planning coursework, it is important to:
Select courses based on career and educational goals.
In career planning, which course of study prepares students for the LEAST number of post-secondary opportunities?
Career Prep (CRP)
Formal assessments are a critical component of the individual career plan because they:
Are required for graduation and post-secondary entrance.
Why is it important to consider entry-level work experiences as part of the individual career plan?
Work experiences help connect classroom knowledge with workplace skills.
All are important reasons to consider extracurricular/ CTSO activities as part of the individual
career plan EXCEPT:
Participating in social activities.
Why is a career pathway an important component of an individual career plan?
Individuals can explore career clusters of interest to them.
An individual career plan should:
What does SMART stand for & why is it beneficial in the process of goal setting?
What gets measurable get's done.
What is the importance of setting goals in life?
To get what you want, to up happiness, up success, and fulfill dreams.
How are career ladders & goal setting related?
Stepping stone goals= on the ladder
. List the 4 domains for goal setting & provide an example for each:
Why is it important to consider your values, interests, preferences, skills & aptitudes when selecting a career for yourself?
Find the best fit, up success & satisfaction.
How can changes affect your career plans?
happens plans - different path vs. straight line
Once you reach an ultimate goal, what typically happens?
Look for next well-made goal to pursue.
List the 5 decision making styles & circle the one that is best to use for a major decision:
What are the 2 types of decisions?
List in correct order the 7 steps for the planful decision making model:
1. Identify the decision to be made.
2. Gather information.
3. Identify the
4. Weight the evidence.
5. Choose from
7. Review the decision.
How does knowing/gathering information improve decision making?
Helps you make a well educated decision.
Why is it important to know the job outlook for a career?
Make sure there will be job openings in the
Why is it important to have a contingency plan?
How can biases and stereotypes limit decisions?
How can chance play a role in decision-making?
Why does decision-making often involve compromise?
What are the 12 personal priorities, culture, beliefs, and work values that can affect your decision-making?
What are the 6 education, work, and family experiences that might impact your decisions?
Career planning only needs to be done once in a lifetime.
It is not necessary to evaluate your formal & informal learning experiences when considering your career planning.
It is not necessary to evaluate your formal & informal learning experiences when considering your career goals.
Both formal & informal learning experiences can be in the workplace.
Formal learning experiences only occur in school or college.
Stepping stone goals only include short & long term goals.
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