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3 Working in the Real World

4 Job #1 STEP #1: Pick a job

5 STEP #2: Employment requirements

6 Uppers -Fun environment -Free smoothie every shift worked -Most of the time good coworkers Downers -Standing all day -Physically draining -Handful of bad coworkers OVERVIEW STEP #2: Employment requirements

7 Personality Match -Work with others -Music, always moving Personality Miss -Was not able to be my own boss OVERVIEW STEP #2STEP #2: Employment requirements

8 HOURS -However much I asked for (10-15 hours). -Flexible (worked around class schedule). WAGE/SALARY -started at $8.50 an hour. -Increases of $ every 3 months -finished at $9.50 after 1.5 years. SKILLS TO ACQUIRE -None needed. Just the ability to work hard. Career Path/Salary STEP #2STEP #2: Employment requirements

9 High School Math Teacher Job #2 STEP #1: Pick a job

10 STEP #2: Employment requirements Complete all the information possible. Just use the example as a template, meaning erase their information and fill in yours.

11 OVERVIEW UPPERS - Holidays/Summers off -Personally fulfilling DOWNERS -Long hours -Low pay -Emotionally challenging STEP #2: Employment requirements

12 Personality Match - Patient, Nurturing, Creativity -Good people skills -Organized, Dependable Personality Miss - Easily frustrated -Unyielding -Unmotivated OVERVIEW STEP #2: Employment requirements

13 Hours Averages about 60 per week Salary Average starting salary:$45,637 Average salary in public elementary and secondary schools: $67,000 Skills To Acquire College degree State teacher's certification Career Path/Salary STEP #2: Employment requirements

14 STEP #3: Education

15 MAJOR IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT Child/Adolescent Studies 101 Introduction to Child and Adolescent Development (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 300 Elements of Effective Professional Communication (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 301 Inquiry and Methodology in Development (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 310 Assessing and Observing Development (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 325A Conception through Adolescence (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 325B Age 9 through Adolescence (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 490T Senior Seminar (3) Child/Adolescent Studies 394 Seminar (2) and Child/Adolescent Studies 394L Practicum in Child Development (1) CAS 490T Senior Seminar Biology 305 Human Heredity and Development (3) Sociology 351 Sociology of Families (3) Special Ed 371 Exceptional Individual (3) MINOR IN MATHEMATICS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION MATH 110 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Students MATH 115 College Algebra MATH 120 Introduction to Probability and Statistics MATH 150A Calculus MATH 150B Calculus STEP #3: Education

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17 STEP #4: Dream house Property Features Single Family Property Area: Artesia County: Los Angeles Year Built: total bedroom(s) 3 total bath(s) Approximately 1633 sq. ft. Style: Single Family Residence,Detached Living room Hardwood floors 2 car garage Heating features: Wall Gas Cooling features: Wall/Window Interior features: Built-In & Freestanding Range, Dishwasher,Eating Area,Wall/Window,Hardwood, Raised Foundation, Sheet Vinyl, Wall-to-Wall Carpet,Inside Laundry Exterior features: Covered Patio,Sewer:In Street Paid,District Water,Block Wall,Garage Attached,2 Parking Spaces,Two Levels Lot is 5643 sq. ft. School District: ABC UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT High School: Cerritos High

18 STEP #4: Dream house Maps.google.com Not the real house The real house

19 Step 5: Monthly Budget Figure out: $1100 Monthly rent $30 Cell phone $125 Utilities (water, electricity, gas, upkeep, etc.) $250 Food $120 Gas ($120 per a car) $200 Car insurance (about $200 per car) $FREE Medical, dental insurance $100 Entertainment (movies, internet, etc.) $0 Car payments $200 Miscellaneous (gifts to others, church) $2125 MONTHLY TOTAL X 12 months= $25,500 yearly budget.

20 Using slope-intercept form (Y = MX+B) Price of the house ($639,000) Y = Earned Income M = (Yearly salary – yearly budget) B = Debt (College loans, $6000) X = Years Step 6: Equations and graphs

21 Equation for Job #1: –$8.50 an hour times 40 hours a week = $ –$340 times 50 weeks (2 weeks for vacation/sick) = $17,000 –Taxes (30% to the government = $5,100, meaning I keep $12,100) –Job #1 yearly salary = $12,100 –Yearly budget = $12,100 - $25,500 = -$13,400 –Y = -$13,400 X- $6,000 Step 6: Equations and graphs

22 Equation for Job #2: –Yearly salary of $45,637 –Taxes (30% to the government = $13,691, meaning I keep 70% = $31,946) –Job #2 yearly salary after taxes= $31,946 –M = (yearly salary $31,946 – yearly budget $25,500) = $6,446 –Y = $6,446X- $6,000 Step 6: Equations and graphs


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