How do you choose what profession is true for you? Take the 5 steps to a brand new occupation course. This simple language workbook is stuffed with routines and the right way to paintings in the course of the steps. It covers your entire questions: * What am I doing at once? * What do i must comprehend? * What are my most sensible offerings? * What do i have to do now? * What activities will I take?The source part deals extra assets of support.
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Will this work aﬀect my relationship with my friends or family? ______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 8. Will I have to move in order to do this work? Am I able to move? _____________________________________ 9. Will I have time for my hobbies and other interests if I do this work? __________________________________ Add your questions here. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ 60 Does this occupation match most of my personal needs?
Business Oﬃces Accounting clerk, computer operator, dispatcher... Government Oﬃces Records clerk, administrative support, desktop publishing specialist... Financial Industry Loans oﬃcer, accountant, insurance claims adjuster, tax return preparer... Skills Keeping records, thinking logically, noticing details, working with numbers Interests Numbers, words, oﬃce equipment, computers Values Security, order, neatness Traits Precise, stable, organized, ﬁnish tasks Do you ﬁt into the oﬃce operations category?
They would appeal to diﬀerent people. So, we need a more precise way to group them. * The National Occupational Classiﬁcation (NOC) organizes the world of work into 520 occupational groups classifying more than 45,000 job titles. © Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry 33 Occupational categories NG S TH I LE OP PE AS business IDE manual, practical crafts, trades scientiﬁc, technical creative social, helping business oﬃce operations. TA DA • • • • • • • manual, practical oﬃce operations In order to do this, the four groups are broken into sub-groups, called occupational categories.