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© Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014 CEO S IN THE C LASSROOM NE Minnesota Regional Mission To prepare students for the workforce through strategic local and regional community partnering Originally crafted for the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce
A L ITTLE A BOUT M E … My interests, hobbies, family My school experience My job and work My company Why I chose my career 2© Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
P REPARE Y OURSELF NOW B Y M AKING C HOICES T HAT G IVE Y OU G OOD O PTIONS L ATER I N Y OUR L IFE 3© Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
Have you thought about what you’d like to do in the future? 4 Do you know how to get there from here? © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
H AVE YOU EVER ASKED … 5 Does school really impact my career? How do the classes I take prepare me for the future? Will my classes really lead to something? The next few years will prepare you for your chosen career path. What will you choose to do? © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
C ONCENTRATE ON … 7 team player, good work ethic, trustworthy, positive attitude, respectful, motivated, willing to learn, responsible, safe, adaptable, leader, dependable, and on time M ATH AND S CIENCE problem solving, scientific method, and planning R EADING AND C OMMUNICATIONS speaking, grammar, writing and second/foreign languages C OMPUTERS AND T ECHNOLOGY researching, applications, Excel, Word and PowerPoint, proper social media use S OCIAL S KILLS © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
8 H OW MANY OF YOU EARN MONEY RIGHT NOW ? © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
L OOK INTO YOUR FUTURE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL … 9 You are out on your own You are finished with high school You do not receive any money or allowance from your parents/family You must set up your own household © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
10 TO BE ON YOUR OWN, HOW MUCH MONEY WILL YOU NEED EACH MONTH? © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
A VERAGE E XPENSES E ACH M ONTH Based on $2,000 monthly income ITEMAMOUNTITEMAMOUNT Federal Income Tax$150*Food$250 State Income Tax$ 67*Clothing$100 Social Security/Medicare Taxes$153*Internet, Cable TV$ 75 Housing (Rent - 1 Bdrm, Unfurn) $550Cell Phone$ 80 Utilities (gas, electric, water) $130Entertainment$150 Insurance (medical, dental, life, etc) $100**Personal Items$ 75 Insurance (car, renter’s) $225Miscellaneous$ 50 Car Payment$200Savings$100 Gas, Oil, Repairs, etc.$150Student loans$ *Required Deductions**Assumes employer provides benefits © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
Do you make enough to pay expenses? 12 Based on $24,000 Yearly Salary That Equals $11.54/hour TOTAL MONTHLY EXPENSES = $ 2, C OMPARISON : Monthly Income $ 2, Monthly Expenses $ 2, Deficit (shortage) $ (705.00) What else do you want? What are you willing to give up? © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
Expenses of $2,705 Each Month 13 $2,705 Monthly Expenses X 12 Months = $32,460 per year in expenses $32,460 ÷ 52 weeks/year ÷ 40 hours/week = $15.61 per hour is needed to pay expenses This means that you would need to earn $15.61 per hour just to break even! © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
14 M INIMUM W AGE J OB $16,640 per year ($8.00/hr x 40 hrs x 52 wks) **$8.00/hr is the Minnesota minimum wage effective August 1, 2014 for most employers ** 2,080 hours is generally considered full time yearly employment and is used as a basis for this program. vs Your Desired Future Income YOU CHOOSE!! © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
15 O PPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPING WORK SKILLS Average salaries with less than high school diploma, short-term or on-the-job training (most do not include benefits such as insurance) JOB TITLE MEDIAN WAGE Maid/Housekeeping Cleaner General Laborer-Trades Home Health Aide Retail Salesperson Stock Clerk Food Preparation Worker/Waiter/Waitress Landscape & Groundskeeper Personal Care Aide (PCA) Average yearly wage for this category: $23,158 Information provided by DEED Labor Market Information for Northeastern Minnesota OID Fall 2014 Hourly $ 9.49 $ $ 8.51 $ 9.68 $ $ 8.61 $ $ Monthly $ 1,645 $ 3,262 $ 1,847 $ 1,678 $ 1,887 $ 1,492 $ 1,823 $ 1,805 Yearly $ 19,744 $ 39,139 $ 22,168 $ 20,136 $ 22,645 $ 17,900 $ 21,876 $ 21,654 © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
16 T YPICAL E NTRY L EVEL O PPORTUNITIES Average salaries with high school diploma plus short- term or on-the-job training (some include benefits, others do not) JOB TITLE MEDIAN WAGE Social & Human Service Assistant Tractor/Trailer, Delivery, Bus Driver Pharmacy Technician Carpenter and Helpers Welder Heavy Equipment, Bus, Truck Mechanic Military: Enlisted (housing, food, insurance benefits) Construction Equipment Operator Bookkeeper Average yearly wage for this category: $38,206 Information provided by DEED Labor Market Information for Northeastern Minnesota OID Fall 2014 Hourly $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Monthly $ 2,407 $ 2,842 $ 2,572 $ 3,756 $ 3,208 $ 4,388 $ 2,740 $ 4,020 $ 2,722 Yearly $ 28,884 $ 34,104 $ 30,865 $ 45,067 $ 38,493 $ 52,661 $ 32,885 $ 48,240 $ 32,658 © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
T YPICAL J OB O PPORTUNITIES Average salaries with 2-year degree, certificate, or license (most include some benefits) 17 JOB TITLE MEDIAN WAGE Preschool Teacher Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) EMT/Paramedic Plumber/Pipefitter/Steamfitter Registered Nurse (RN - 2 & 4 year programs) Hairdresser/Cosmetologist Mechanic (auto, diesel, heavy equipment combined) Dental Assistant HVAC (heating, ventilating, & air conditioning) Average yearly wage for this category: $40,948 Information provided by DEED Labor Market Information for Northeastern Minnesota OID Fall 2014 Hourly $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Monthly $ 2,409 $ 3,161 $ 2,525 $ 5,197 $ 5,202 $ 1,813 $ 3,603 $ 3,052 $ 3,750 Yearly $ 28,906 $ 37,928 $ 30,303 $ 62,360 $ 62,420 $ 21,753 $ 43,241 $ 36,621 $ 45,003 © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
T YPICAL J OB O PPORTUNITIES Average salaries with 4-6 year degree or equivalent training (most include benefits) 18 JOB TITLE MEDIAN WAGE Family/General Practitioner (Doctor) Accountant Teacher (all types) Engineer (average for all types) Lawyer Software Developer Master Electrician (Journeyman) Personal Financial Advisor Computer Systems Analyst Healthcare Social Worker Military Officer (housing, food, insurance benefits) Average yearly wage for this category: $74,040 Information provided by DEED Labor Market Information for Northeastern Minnesota OID Fall 2014 Hourly $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Monthly $14,627 $ 4,776 $ 4,358 $ 6,592 $ 7,290 $ 6,170 $ 5,471 $ 4,314 $ 5,816 $ 4,304 $ 4,153 Yearly $175,518 $ 57,307 $ 52,297 $ 79,108 $ 87,474 $ 74,036 $ 65,653 $ 51,763 $ 69,796 $ 51,649 $ 49,837 © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
L ET ’ S TALK ABOUT YOU. D O YOU … (T AKE OUT YOUR PAPER AND PENCIL. W RITE A Y/N AFTER EACH ) 1. Make good choices? 2. Treat your teachers and others respectfully? 3. Volunteer? 4. Participate as a team member? 5. Accept authority and actively seek out constructive feedback from others? 6. Stay out of trouble? (criminals have a tough time getting and keeping jobs) 7. Use your manners? 8. Hang out with others who make good choices? (a positive social network helps in getting jobs) 9. Have a positive online and in-person reputation? 10. Stay away from drugs and alcohol? (users of drugs and alcohol have a tough time getting and keeping jobs) 11. Appreciate the differences in others? (bullies have a tough time keeping jobs) 12. Ask others for help when you need it? 19© Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
G OOD THINGS TO DO NOW WHILE YOU ’ RE STILL IN SCHOOL Take the recommended classes..to help you get into the education that you want after graduating Earn ALL of your credits and graduate. Take 3-4 years of math & science and select electives wisely. Challenge yourself to achieve the best grades you can. Keep good attendance and be on time for class. Take advantage of college courses offered in your school. Meet deadlines! Don’t turn in assignments late. Make a plan for education/training after high school. 20© Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
WRITE DOWN… ONE UNIQUE THING THAT YOU WILL BRING TO YOUR JOB © Maven Perspectives LLC October
D ON ’ T WAIT. G ET STARTED NOW. 22 Talk about your choices with… your adults at home, your teachers, your friends If you do these simple things, you will have Greater Opportunities! © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
23 YOUR FUTURE Is YOUR CHOICE! © Maven Perspectives LLC October 2014
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