Today’s Agenda Career Interest Profiler (CIP) results. www.onetonline.org www.onetonline.org Explain Viable Job Markets Product Life Cycles: Emerging, Rapid Growth, Mature, Declining. Where does your career interest lie? Job Trends? Group “Mind Mapping” of Trends www.careerinfonet.org, http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs www.careerinfonet.org What problem do you want to solve? What service do you want to provide? Why? Reflect, Revise, your Venn Diagram
“CIP” What does it mean? Why take? Career Interest Profiler (in Navaince) is based on the Holland Code which sorts personality preferences into 6 categories and offers career examples for each category. Your results will evolve throughout your lifetime as your experiences and interests change. Statistically, you are likely to have 3 to 5 careers in your lifetime. Dept. of Labor Statistics Understanding your interests allows you to make a strategic choice for college. If you know what industry you might like, then you can begin to intentionally choose colleges based on the majors offered.
You tube video explaining 6 sectors http://youtu.be/YF0j_UY_-bAYou tube video explaining 6 sectors http://youtu.be/YF0j_UY_-bA Career Exploration Tacoses100 4 What were your Career Interest Profiler results in Naviance?
Fact: Jobs are created to solve problems or provide services. Most important questions to ask yourself. What problem do you want to solve, or what service do you want to provide? For whom? Why?
Mind Mapping (written brainstorming) TRENDS affecting job growth
Computerization DemographicsGlobalization Environment Technology Healthcare Personal Security Workforce
Testing our Mind Map Go to: www.careerinfonet.org (source: Dept. of Labor Statistics)www.careerinfonet.org What are the 50 fastest growing occupations requiring degrees? What trends are influencing these growing occupations? http://money.usnews.com/careers/best- jobs/rankings/the-100-best-jobshttp://money.usnews.com/careers/best- jobs/rankings/the-100-best-jobs