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Career Characteristics A few things we all must consider
Job Security Elevator Operator Carpet Beater Blacksmith Milkmen Home Ice Delivery Cordwainer Wainwrite
Interesting Work Challenging Challenging Non-repetitive Non-repetitive Self-gratifying Self-gratifying Visible results Visible results Valued by community Valued by community
High Pay Min. wage = $5.15/hr $5.15/hr = $10,700/yr U.S. poverty level for family of 4 is $17,463 A U.S. family is considered self- sufficient at $34,950/yr
Exciting Work The thrill of the job Is their risk? If I mess up, can I get hurt? If I mess up, can someone else get hurt?
Prestige in the community What occupations does society value? These can change over time and from place to place. Doctor Priest Garbage-man
Independence from Supervision Task Task Attention to all details Attention to all details Behavior/attendance Behavior/attendance
Chance to help others Help the poor Help the sick Help the displaced Help disaster victims Help children Help their church
Employee Benefits Apartments Apartments Club Memberships Club Memberships Travel Travel Insurance Insurance Retirement plans Retirement plans Cars Cars
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