By Neeta P. Fogg, Paul Harrington, Thomas Harrington
* offers the particular jobs and profits of school graduates in 60 majors! * the single e-book in line with a U.S. Census Bureau research of 150,000 collage graduates. This exceptional guide deals the main exact and important info on hand for making judgements on a school major—or what to do with a level you might have. Readers study which majors are the easiest funding, the activity and wage clients for particular majors, the employment progress premiums for specific majors, and the way many graduates cross directly to extra schooling. the recent moment version comprises great new details, together with the $64000 steps to take ahead of collage to make sure destiny occupation good fortune, the emerging profits rates concerning a school schooling, and the incorrect information that exists approximately collage bills and the idea that the "sticker expense" of school is the ultimate fee. each one bankruptcy describes the key and the classes it calls for; discusses jobs that graduates truly receive; and offers info on employers, projects, and salaries.
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They are very personal; therefore, the same job can satisfy different values in different people. Values are viewed as cognitive representations of personal needs and are considered basic to a person’s belief system. Values are fairly change-resistant. People learn values from their parents, significant others, and daily living experiences. Several examples of values are independence, working with your mind, and altruism. p65 30 5/11/2004, 2:46 PM _______________________ Chapter 2: The Psychology of Career Choice: Assessing Abilities, Interests, and Values publicly affirmed, acted upon, and part of a pattern of behavior that is a repeated action.
Circle your four most important values below: ◗ Creativity: Have a job where you can use your imagination and be inventive. ◗ Good salary: Be well paid for your work. ◗ High achievement: Be able to do things of importance or to succeed in a job that is difficult. ◗ Independence: Do work that lets you be your own boss and do the job the way you want without someone watching over you. ◗ Job security: Have a steady job from which you are unlikely to be fired. ◗ Leadership: Direct the work of others and make decisions affecting others.
Scientific: Involves understanding and using scientific principles and logic to deal with different types of problems (possibly done in a technical or scientific laboratory), diagnosing and treating human and animal injuries and diseases, or studying various life forms. ◗ Social: Involves gathering, studying, and analyzing information by using logical thinking to help other people define and solve personal problems; it can include teaching others. ◗ Spatial: Involves the abilities to see differences in size, form, and shape and to visualize relationships between objects.