2 What is this project about anyway? Well, this project is about me guiding you to a career that best suites youI will give you two career options based on a series of information that I have looked upThen I will choose the best job out of the two
3 Top 3 Choices results1. Social- communicating with others, giving information, very personable and friendly to talk to.2. Realistic- has good skills with tools, mechanical, or electrical drawings.3. Enterprising- is good at leading people and selling things and ideas.
4 Career Pathways Arts and Communication Business & Information TechnologyEngineering, Science & TechnologyHealth & Human Services
5 Your Career Pathway Health and Human Services This pathway mainly focuses on the care and well being of othersIt deals with injuries, diseases, and treatments of a person.Jobs such as a occupational therapist, physicians assistant, social worker, or administrator...
6 First job choice- Pediatrician A pediatrician provides health care for young adultsThey plan and carry out programs to promote the mental and physical growth of each of their patients, from birth through adulthood
7 Pediatrician- Work Environment The work environment for a pediatrician is mainly in an office building or a hospitalHe or she may also work in a private office
8 Pediatrician- Aptitudes/Physical Demands In this career it takes a lot out of you and you have to spend a lot of your time during the weekStudents must have a passion for working with other people and go threw a long learning process to become a good pediatricianYou will have to work with young adults and help them understand their situationsYou also need Social skills because they play a big role in the personality part of this job
9 Pediatrician- Education In high school students must take math, chemistry, languages, and English coursesIn college students need to go through four years of college and at least three years of residencyMost students get their bachelor’s degree
10 Pediatrician- Specialties within the Job Some specialties within the job are anesthesiologist, dermatologist, pharmacist, and sports doctor.
11 Pediatrician- National Employment Outlook The national employment outlook for a pediatrician is a total of 21,000 annual openings in the years ofThe employment change from is estimated to be 24%
12 Pediatrician- Salary$$$ The average annual earnings for a pediatrician are $117,020 a yearThe average hourly earning is $56.26
13 Second job choice- Sports Medicine Doctor A sports doctor focuses on the diet and exercise programs, and monitors and helps prevent or treat sports related injuries for athletes(learn more)
14 Sports Medicine- Work Environment Being a sports doctor involves working in an office, lab or mainly a hospitalAlso in surgery rooms or operation rooms
15 Sports Medicine- Aptitudes/Physical Demands Must be able to use medical devices and use them correctlySports medicine doctors must have a desire of working hard long hour nights and weekendsMust always be punctual and politeAlso they must enjoy watching sports and communicate well with patients sothey know what their situation isBut in the end it all pays off
16 Sports Medicine- Education In high school it is vital to take English, math, and language classesFour years of collegeFour to three years of medical schoolAt least three years of residency
17 Sports Medicine- Specialties Within the Job Specialties within the job include an athletic trainer, physical therapist, physician, and a X-ray technician
18 Sports Medicine- Employment Outlook The employment outlook for a sports doctor is an annual total average of 567,000 openings in the years ofThe employment change through is estimated at 23.8%
19 Sports Medicine- Salary$$$ The average annual earning for a sports doctor is $137,980 a yearThe average hourly earning is $66.33 an hour
20 Pros and Cons- Pediatrician a pediatrician makes a lot of moneyWorks and helps others so they can live a healthy and better lifeYou will never be bored and you get to socializeCons-you have to put in long hours of workIt takes a long time in college to get the information you need to become successful
21 Pros and Cons- Sports Medicine work with othersHelp athletes to become better and play the sports they loveMake lots of money to support a familyCons-It ‘s very time consumingYou have to go through a lot of courses in college to learn the information you need to know
22 The Best Career for my Client is… Sports Medicine
23 Why Sports Medicine???In the sports medicine field you will learn all about injuries and situationsHelp athletes and explain to them what they need to know to play their sportYou make a descent amount of money to support your needsSocialize and use you personalityMotivate others and see them succeed
24 Goals you need to setIn this career you need to be personable and work well with othersYou have to make sure they understand their situation and the physical expectations they need to fulfill in order to get betterAlso make sure you have good timing and be punctual
25 How do you get this career? Well getting this career won’t be easyFirst while your in high school take accelerated courses in chemistry, physics, and mathThen go to a good college for four yearsThen four years of medical schoolThen at least three years of residencyBut all this info in college will never be wasted because once you learn all the information you can become almost anything you want in the medical field
26 How do you get this career? Continued … You will aslo need to learn about info in muscle pulls, neck pain, shoulder impingements, lower back strain, tennis elbow, runner’s knee, shin splints, ankle sprains, Achilles tendonitis, and arch painAlso you need to learn stretching programs and treatmentsYou need to learn how to treat or tapeankles and other important areassuch as back, shoulder or knee
27 How do you get this career? Continued … Next after you learn everything there is to know you have to find a location for an office, or a location in a hospitalThen you have to be certifiedSo by around age 27 you will have a successful job as a sports medicine doctor. You will help future athletes develop and prosper through your guidance and training that you have learned through the long years of college
28 Summary Then chose the best career for you (sports medicine doctor) First I introduced the choices results, which was health and human servicesThen I chose the two jobs (sports medicine & pediatrician) and described themNext I established the pros and cons of bothThen chose the best career for you (sports medicine doctor)Finally I made a plan and an outline for you to become a successful person in that special job
29 How can I contact you?If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or me:My Cell #-
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