|Due By (Pacific Time)
||12/15/2016 11:00 pm
The paper is to be five pages (minimum), double-spaced, font size of 11 or 12
1 Describe and discuss where you are with respect to choosing a major What is your major, or what majors are you considering?:
a). no clue
b). undecided between two or more choices
c). decided but unsure about the one I chose;
d). decided and content with choice.
1 Describe your career objectives. What will your eventual degree qualify you to become? Tell about this occupation. The Dictionary of Occupational Titles is an excellent resource you can utilize here, and the Occupational Outlook Handbook is a valuable tool that will give you information about careers, including qualifications, the nature of the work, working conditions, salaries, outlook, etc. You will find a wealth of career information on line. Go to occupationalinfo.org (Links to an external site.)â€¨, O*NET OnLine (www.onetonline.org), and www.bls.gov/oco (Links to an external site.)â€¨.
Tell about the development of your interests in the major(s) and career(s) you are considering or have decided upon. Talk about your childhood career ideas (what you first thought you wanted to be when you grew up), and why that seemed like a good idea. Trace any changes over time that led to your current decision or difficulty in deciding. Who or what has influenced you in this process? Tell about the role of family members, peers, role models, or events that have helped to shape your current plans. Is there any relationship between your educational/vocational goals and your preferred hobbies or activities? The Holland Code can help you to categorize your interests and how they are represented by your choice of a particular major. and career. All occupations involve some combination of the six interest themes.