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Games We Play are Direct Indicators of Careers We Should Choose!
Games People Play2 Realistic Hands On Competitive Active Outside
Games People Play3 Artistic Draw Color Paste Design Alone Inside
Games People Play4 Investigative Details Thinking Finding Solutions
Games People Play5 Social Team player Interactive Helpful Nurturing Teaching Persuasive
Games People Play6 Conventional Paper work File Organize Telephone
Games People Play7 Enterprising Lemonade Stand Take chances/risks Original Ideas Helping oneself rather than others.
Games People Play8 Cops and Robbers Police Officer Detective Probation Officer Forensics Lawyer Court Officer Corrections Officer Private Investigator Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play9 Doctor or Nurse Doctor Nurse Medical Lab Technician Morgue Receptionist Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play10 Monopoly – Board Games Business Owner FAA Traffic Control person Lawyer Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play11 Office Secretary Librarian Postman/person Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play12 Sports Sales Office Manager School Administrator Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play13 Fix or Break Things Engineer Repair Person Computers Automotive Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Conventional Enterprising
Games People Play14 The Position You Play….. Baseball Catcher Pitcher Infield Outfield Hockey Goalie Forwards Defensemen
Games People Play15 Playing with Dolls or House Dolls Feed them Dress them Teach them Take care of them when they were sick. Break them. House Made the food Served the food Set the table Clean-up
Games People Play16 Animals Play with them. Feed or washed them. Trained Brushed Concerned about health Sell
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