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2 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 1 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers In this section: People who work full time spend 2,000 hours a year working. In order to spend that time doing something you enjoy, you need to know about the jobs and careers available to you. This section discusses: How Do You Choose a Career? Achieving Your Career Goals

3 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 2 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers What You’ll Learn Why your personal characteristics and strengths are important in deciding on a career. How to assess your abilities, personality, learning style, values, and lifestyle goals. How to match your personal strengths and characteristics with career options. How to research career fields and develop a plan to achieve your career goals.

4 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 3 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Why It’s Important Understanding yourself is the first step to finding a career you’ll enjoy.

5 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 4 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Key Terms career personality learning styles values lifestyle trend professional association networking

6 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 5 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Planning for a Successful Career Choosing a career is one of the important decisions you’ll ever make. Following these steps will help you get started 1. Assess your interests and abilities. 2. Consider personality, learning style, values, and lifestyle. 3.Research.

7 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 6 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Eight Styles of Learning Verbal/Linguistic Logical/Mathematical Visual/Spatial Musical/Rhythmic Bodily/Kinesthetic Interpersonal Naturalistic

8 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 7 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Values Values guide the way people live. Some examples are: Achievement Recognition Relationships Compassion Courage

9 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 8 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Researching Career Options Occupational Outlook Handbook. Magazines and books Professional associations Networking There are many places to find career information.

10 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 9 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Fig 2-1 Develop a plan to achieve your career goals. Educate yourself Get experience Consider an internship

11 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 10 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Fact and Idea Review 1.What is the difference between a career and a job? 2.Name three of the personal characteristics you need to consider before deciding on a career. 3.Which learning styles might be best suited to the following professions: accounting, architecture, teaching? Cont.

12 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Slide 11 of 11 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Real-World Applications & Connections GLENCOE Section 3.1 Exploring Careers Fact and Idea Review cont. 4.List three sources of information about careers, and describe the kind of information each provides. 5.True or false: Before you make a plan of action, you should research the career fields you’re interested in. Explain your answer.


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