O*NET Interest Profiler Cynthia Alvarez McHugh O*NET Interest Profiler My career choice is mental health counseling. I have been working in the helping professions for thirteen years and I find it very rewarding. I think it is the most appropriate choice since I have come to know many people from many different backrounds and have learned much regarding their cultures and lifestyles. I am not a judgmental person, and I feel I can offer support to those who may need counseling.
Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies and Career Interests Profiler My Results I had five bars in innovating, which, four bars for strategizing, adapting to change, and cooperating. I had three bars each in researching and coping with pressure. There was no surprise for most of the results except for the researching one, I love to do research and ask questions. The five bars for innovating I think come from the fact that I hate doing things the way they “have always been done”
Result of Career Interests Profiler and Competencies activities I am getting ready to retire from my first career where I made a very good living and in order to continue with the same quality of life, I need to have a new career that will support the current lifestyle that I am familiar with. The first step for me is to choose a new career and that is why this assignment is so important to me. When I reviewed the results of the Career Interest Profile I was surprised to see so many things
Career Plan Building Activity Competencies and Career Interests Profiler BCOM/275 September 16, 2013 Jacqueline Crawford My personal competencies indicated that my strengths were: Following instructions from others without unnecessarily challenging authority; such as follows procedures and policies, keeps to schedules, arrives punctually for work and meetings; demonstrates commitment to the organization, complies with legal obligations and safely requirements of the role, Delivering results
From completing the Career Interests Profiler and the Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies I was able to learn the strengths and weaknesses of my competencies but did not expect the results I received from the career interest profiler. Now that I know where my strengths and weaknesses in competencies are and I also know which areas I need to work on to improve. My results show that I am fairly level loaded with my strengths being delivering results, organizing, following instructions, goal
Career Interests Profiler and Competencies Walter E. Tuttle BCOM/275 May 3, 2014 C. Michael Cattermole, MS Career Interests Profiler and Competencies Through completing the career interest profiler I was able to see that I am best suited to be a supervisor or top executive. This was not something that came as a surprise to me as I am now at the halfway point in my career. I am in the position of a supervisor at a large mutual fund company. Most of my career has been spent managing
Are Criminal Profilers? Rebecca Wiltshire Colby-Sawyer College Criminal profilers mix both the world of psychology with criminal justice. The field itself is fairly new and often time’s profilers don't always agree on methodology or even terminology. The term "profiling" is popular among the public because of media interoperations such as “The Silence of the Lambs” and “Criminal Minds”. However the FBI calls its form of profiling “criminal investigative analysis”; another profiler, a prominent
The Career Interest Profiler MGT/521 February Career Interest Profiler The Career Interest Profiler was helpful to me in some ways, and in other ways it didn’t pertain. I’ve worked as a pharmacy technician for fifteen years. I have felt the need to pursue a higher degree that will help me transition into a different and better job with greater opportunities and financial benefits. My new career path is obtaining a Master of Business Administration to allow me to teach at a college level.
Career Interest Profiler Martin Samuel MGT/521 Management Jan 26, 2013 Management After I completed my career interest profile, it was very interested and surprised to see my results. When I finish the assessment to determine what career matches to my personality. I was totally surprised to see some of the professions that suggested after evaluating my answers. Such as funeral service, personal care etc. As matter of fact, I have never thought about those professions. Other than that it mentioned
Career Interest I made the decision to attend Xavier University of Ohio at age seventeen. I had no idea what was going to be in store the next four years, but I knew my family and myself had the expectation that I was going to attend college and obtain a degree. With very little insight on what I wanted to study, I began college as an undeclared major. The second semester of my freshman year, I declared Psychology as a major. Many of the professors were extremely knowledgeable about their disciplines