Choosing a Career
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If one doctor doctors another doctor does the doctor who doctors the doctor doctors the doctor the way the doctor he is doctoring doctors? Or does the doctor doctors the way the doctor who doctors doctor?
Find the explanation 1) Surgeon 2) Lawyer 3) Journalist 4) Carpenter 5) Hairdresser 6) Architect 7) Secretary 8) Engineer 9) Economist 10) Sculptor a)a person who practices law especially a barrister or a solicitor b) a worker who makes and repairs, especially the wooden parts of buildings and other structures of wood c) a person who designs and supervises the construction of the building d) a doctor who performs operations e) a person engaged in journalism (work of writing for editing or publishing journals) f) employee in an office, who deals with correspondence, keeps records, makes arrangements and appointments for a particular member of the staff g) a person whose trade is shaving and cutting person’s hair h) a person who writes lectures on economics and political economy i) an artist who sculptures j) a person who works in a branch of engineering; a person who designs engines, machines, bridges, railways; a skilled or trained person who controls communications
Give the names of professions related to: Services Science Art Health care Mass media Law Manual work
How to Choose the Right Career What do you think are the main tips when choosing a career? Who can be your advisors when choosing a profession? 6 main steps 1. List the passions and interests; 2. Identify the skills, strength and talents; 3. List the personal preferences and needs; 4. Get professional advice by taking career-assessments test; 5. Research the job market 6. Prepare the beginning of new chapter in life Vincent Van Gogh was a school master, a student priest missionary and an art dealer
Guess the Occupation beautiful, talented, well-dressed, plays wonderfully Intelligent, loves children, makes lessons interesting, knows subject, speaks clearly, moral in private life, honest, flexible Authoritative, charismatic, clever, confident, has well-ordered private life, just, honest, knowledgeable Tolerant, faithful, affectionate to husband / wife / children, hardworking, tidy, home-loving, good-looking Disciplined, brave, well-trained, patriotic, shoots accurately, strong, healthy, even-tempered, thinks for his motherland and himself
Name 2 jobs which: can be done by robots no longer exists require no education have low salaries but high prestige require very long training will be most needed in the future are overpaid young children typically want to do can be done from home require training during whole life
Myths about Choosing a Career Informed decision - a conclusion based on an understanding of the facts of the situation; Multi-step process - a series of a number of actions; To become very skilled – to get knowledge in a particular field; To evaluate - to judge or assess the worth of; To be stuck in - to remain for a long time.
True or False The process of choosing a career is difficult one; You should learn yourself enough and get to know in details the profession you are going to choose. It’s unreal to choose the occupation which suits your interests; job has nothing in common with your hobby. Money is not important while evaluating the future career; The profession you choose now will be the only one for whole your life; The ordinary person may change his career for a few times during his life; You are different from your relatives and friends that’s why you are not obliged to do the same kind of job as they do.
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