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Career Interests Profiler Discussion

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Career Interests Profiler Discussion

Based on the career interest profile and competencies activities I have uncovered several things that I was aware of and some new ones that will benefit and affect my years to come. Based on the information it states that I could fall under enterprising careers that often deal with the starting up and carrying out projects. It states these occupations can involve leading people and making decisions. Sometimes they require risk taking and often deal with business where I am looking to continue my professional path. I also found out I can fall under social occupations that involve communicating with people and teaching. These occupations tend to involve helping people and providing services to people.

Another line that I found out was conventional occupations that conventionally involve following a pattern of how processes are done and met. This last one is one that I would prefer not to land on being that I believe I could be of more benefit in enterprising or careers where I can be of help for the organization and other people not affiliated to the corporation.

By learning a little bit more about my competencies It will help me improve my mind set in the industries that I can target for new career opportunities. I need to make sure that I keep my eyes open for little broader careers that I may not have thought about before. I can also try to learn as much as I can about other careers that are out there.

Knowing my competencies gives me great feedback and tools to know what I need to improve on in order to outstand in the corporate world.



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