6 Explain how education and training affect career advancement. Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 1Planning Your CareerIdentify the personal issues to consider when choosing and planning your career.Explain how education and training affect career advancement.Discuss the factors that influence employment.
7 Choosing a Career 11 Stages of Career Planning Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 1Planning Your CareerChoosing a CareerStages of Career PlanningSource: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
8 Choosing a Career 11 A Career Plan of Action Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 1Planning Your CareerChoosing a CareerA Career Plan of Action
9 External factors and Opportunities Social InfluencesEconomicTrends in Industry and Technology (examples pg. 326)
10 11 Finances and Career Planning Section 1 Planning Your Career Chapter11Section 1Planning Your CareerBetween 1946 and 1964, the United States experienced a dramatic population increase of approximately 79 million people. This is called a “baby boom.” What employment opportunities might arise if the United States was to experience another significant “baby boom”?Answers will vary but may include jobs in:Teaching and child care servicesHealth careSales and manufacturing of various consumer products
11 Describe effective strategies to obtain employment experience. Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentDescribe effective strategies to obtain employment experience.Identify six sources you can use to find a job opportunity.Explain the purpose of a résumé and cover letter.Identify factors to consider after receiving a job offer.Understand your legal rights during the hiring process.List steps you can take to improve your long-term career success.
12 Employment Search Strategies Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentEmployment Search StrategiesCareer Information SourcesLibrariesMass MediaThe InternetSchool Guidance OfficesCommunity OrganizationsProfessional OrganizationsContacts
13 Employment Search Strategies Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentEmployment Search StrategiesIdentifying Job OpportunitiesJob AdvertisementsJob FairsEmployment AgenciesOther Ways to Find a JobVisit specific companies.Check local telephone directories.Talk to people with similar interests.Search the Web.
14 Applying for a Job 11 Finances and Career Planning Section 2 Chapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentApplying for a JobSkills RésuméChronological Résumé
15 Considering a Job Offer Work EnvironmentFactors Affecting SalaryMeasuring Employee Benefits
16 Your Rights as an Employee Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentYour Rights as an EmployeeYour RightsAn employer cannot refuse to hire a woman or terminate her because she is pregnant.An employer cannot discriminate against a person for any reason related to age, race, color, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, or any mental or physical disabilities.An employer must pay for unemployment insurance, contribute to Social Security, and provide for workers’ compensation funds.
17 Long-Term Career Development Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentLong-Term Career DevelopmentGuidelines for Career SuccessImprove written and oral communication skills.Anticipate problems.Get along with coworkers.Use time management techniques.Be flexible and open to new ideas.Be ready to face problems.Develop good work habits.Be creative in solving your own problems.Combine increased productivity with increased quality.Learn new techniques and technologies
18 Long-Term Career Development Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentLong-Term Career DevelopmentStages of Career Development
19 Long-Term Career Development Finances and Career PlanningChapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentLong-Term Career DevelopmentYou feel bored or depressed at work.It may be time to move on when….Your job has a negative effect on you physically or emotionally.You receive a series of poor performance reviews.You have little opportunity to obtain a raise or promotion.
20 11 Finances and Career Planning Section 2 Chapter11Section 2Employment and Career DevelopmentWhat are the advantages and disadvantages of the career information sources discussed in this chapter?Answers may include: libraries and school guidance offices are free and have staff to help you, but they have limited access times; newspapers may be limited to local jobs; the Internet is readily available and the information is endless, but it may be challenging to find what you need; professional organizations and networking offer access to specific careers, but may be intimidating to first-time job hunters.
21 A Nation’s Resources 11 Finances and Career Planning Land Labor Chapter11A Nation’s ResourcesLandLaborCapitalEntrepreneurs