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1 What do you want to do after these walls? Unit 3

2 Facts  81% of students currently enrolled in high school in Ontario will receive their diploma  Being in High School until 18 has been law in Ontario since 2006  40% of graduates will go to university  25% of graduates will go to college  30% of graduates will come back for a 5th year of high school  About half of students might know what they want to do after high school but most will change their minds  81% of students currently enrolled in high school in Ontario will receive their diploma  Being in High School until 18 has been law in Ontario since 2006  40% of graduates will go to university  25% of graduates will go to college  30% of graduates will come back for a 5th year of high school  About half of students might know what they want to do after high school but most will change their minds

3 How do you narrow it down or figure out what you want to do after high school?  What makes you feel good?  What are your interests?  What are you good at?  What skills do you possess?  What do you struggle with?  How do you learn best?  What role do you play in groups  How much post secondary schooling (if any) will you get?  What do your parents/guardians want for you?  What makes you feel good?  What are your interests?  What are you good at?  What skills do you possess?  What do you struggle with?  How do you learn best?  What role do you play in groups  How much post secondary schooling (if any) will you get?  What do your parents/guardians want for you?

4 What are the options after high school?  Apprenticeship  College  Workplace  University  Apprenticeship  College  Workplace  University

5 Canada’s Most Popular Jobs p10Jobs.aspx p10Jobs.aspx

6 10 Ten Most Satisfying Jobs 10 - Therapists 9 - College Instructors 8 - Criminal Investigators 7 - Supervisors of Animal Care Workers 6- School Counselors 10 - Therapists 9 - College Instructors 8 - Criminal Investigators 7 - Supervisors of Animal Care Workers 6- School Counselors 5 - University Professors 4 - Pediatricians 3 - Aircraft Assemblers 2 - Fire Fighters 1 - Singers 5 - University Professors 4 - Pediatricians 3 - Aircraft Assemblers 2 - Fire Fighters 1 - Singers

7 10 Least Satisfying Jobs 10 - Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 9 - Telemarketers 8 - Fast Food Workers 7 - Hotel Desk Clerks 6 - Insurance Policy Processing Clerks 10 - Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 9 - Telemarketers 8 - Fast Food Workers 7 - Hotel Desk Clerks 6 - Insurance Policy Processing Clerks 5 - Maids and House Keepers 4 - Food Preparation and Serving Workers 3 - Municipal Clerks 2 - Program Directors 1 - Mail Clerks 5 - Maids and House Keepers 4 - Food Preparation and Serving Workers 3 - Municipal Clerks 2 - Program Directors 1 - Mail Clerks

8 Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs 10 - Banking, credit and investment managers ($101,845) 9 - Engineering Manager ($113,403) 8 - Lawyers ($123,632) 7 - Senior Managers of Trade and Broadcsating ($124, 080) 6 - Dentists ($131,552) 10 - Banking, credit and investment managers ($101,845) 9 - Engineering Manager ($113,403) 8 - Lawyers ($123,632) 7 - Senior Managers of Trade and Broadcsating ($124, 080) 6 - Dentists ($131,552) 5 - Family Physicians ($132, 615) 4 - Senior Managers of Goods production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction ($160, 947) 3 - Senior Managers of Financial and Communication Businesses ($162,376) 2 - Judges ($178,053) 1 - Specialist Physicians ($179,514) 5 - Family Physicians ($132, 615) 4 - Senior Managers of Goods production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction ($160, 947) 3 - Senior Managers of Financial and Communication Businesses ($162,376) 2 - Judges ($178,053) 1 - Specialist Physicians ($179,514)

9 10 Top Most Dangerous Jobs 10 - Police (18 deaths per 100,000 per year) 9 - Industrial Machinery Installation (21) 8 - Truck Drivers (22) 7 - Garbage and Recycling Collectors (30) 6 - Roofers (33) 10 - Police (18 deaths per 100,000 per year) 9 - Industrial Machinery Installation (21) 8 - Truck Drivers (22) 7 - Garbage and Recycling Collectors (30) 6 - Roofers (33) 5 - Mining and Machine Operators (39) 4 - Farmers and Ranchers (42) 3 - Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers (71) 2 - Loggers (92 deaths per 100,000 per year) 1 - Commercial Fishing (116 deaths per 100,000 per yer) 5 - Mining and Machine Operators (39) 4 - Farmers and Ranchers (42) 3 - Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers (71) 2 - Loggers (92 deaths per 100,000 per year) 1 - Commercial Fishing (116 deaths per 100,000 per yer)

10 Top 10 Most Awesome Jobs  In pairs, your task is to research an “off the beaten track” job that many people might not even know exists.  In pairs, you will present your findings to the class  Your summary of the position should try to include:  What the job is  Working conditions  Salary  Training Needed (if any)  Companies that offer the position  In pairs, your task is to research an “off the beaten track” job that many people might not even know exists.  In pairs, you will present your findings to the class  Your summary of the position should try to include:  What the job is  Working conditions  Salary  Training Needed (if any)  Companies that offer the position


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