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Help please. 1. Jovanna has determined that she wouldn't want to be a nurse because she really doesn't like the sight of blood and she tends to not work well under pressure. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match her characteristics eliminating options that she has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 2. Barrett has determined that he wouldn't be able to afford the lifestyle he wants

 if he is a teacher. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match his characteristics eliminating options that he has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 3. Frannie has determined that if she is a computer technician, a lot of the skills she will learn on the job would also be useful in several other careers that interest her. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match her characteristics eliminating options that she has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 4. Billy has realized that due to a poor occupational outlook, he unfortunately will probably not be able to be a psychologist immediately upon graduation from college. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match his characteristics eliminating options that he has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 5. When completing career matching, if many of your characteristics are very different from those of people in the job then: (1 point) this would be a good career match for you. this career is unlikely to be a good fit for you. you may need to do more research, or consult your feelings. you will need to start over with your entire process. 6. Tyghe has realized after doing his career research that he doesn't have the GPA, or desire to obtain the appropriate GPA to be a lawyer. Which stage of self-assessment is he at? (1 point) gathering self-assessment materials doing further research if needed continuing to evaluate remaining careers judging your ability to meet requirements 7. Human relations skills include: (1 point) motivating others. counseling others. cooperation and teamwork. all of the above. 8. Joanie wants to be a plumber. Which post-secondary training or education would fit her best? (1 point) an apprenticeship a bachelor's degree a post-graduate degree or doctoral degree military training 9. Which of the following are reliable sources of post-secondary information? (1 point). Peterson's Collegeboard.com an institution or organization's website all of the above True/False 10. If the pay for a possible career is less than you required for your ideal lifestyle, then you will just have to learn to live on that budget. (1 point) True False 11. Job-specific skills are generally only useful on one job. (1 point) True False 12. It is important to focus on only one career when determining what education or training you will need after high school. (1 point) True False 13. There are two types of bachelors' degrees, a Bachelor of Art or a Bachelor of Science. (1 point)True False Matching Match the following terms with their definitions. A. skills that can be used in more than one occupation B. following someone around at their job, as though you were their shadow C. a statistical projection of the numbers of job openings expected in a field in the near future D. what you learned about your skills, interests, personality, and values E. arrangements that allow students to actually do a job, or to work with those who are doing the job they want to explore, under supervised conditions for a limited period of time F. grouping of individual transferable skills into categories of related skills G. the job you want H. the choices you have after you have received your secondary (or high school) education I. the process of choosing, from your list of careers that interest you, the occupations that you want to pursue 14. career matching (1 point) 15. occupational objective (1 point) 16. transferable skills (1 point) 17. self-knowledge (1 point) 18. occupational outlook (1 point) 19. skill sets (1 point) 20. job shadowing (1 point) 21. internships (1 point) 22. post–secondary options (1 point)

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Heather Maxwell on November 17, 2018

1 the removal of options that have little chance of entering 2 delete the options that do not pay enough 3 the identification of transferable skills 4 removal of options that have little chance of entering 5 this race is unlikely to be a good fit for you. 6 judge its ability to comply with the requirements of 7 all of the above. 8 learning 9 all of the above 10 false11 false12 false13 true14. the career match (1 point) I. the process of the choice, from their list of careers that you're interested in, the occupations that you want to perform 15. occupational objective (1 point) G. the job you want 16. transferable skills (1 point) A. skills that can be used in more than one occupation 17. self-knowledge (1 point) D. what have you learned about your skills, interests, personality, values, and 18. occupational outlook (1 point) C. statistical projection of the numbers of job openings are expected in a field in the near future 19. skill sets (1 point) F. grouping of individual transferable skills in categories of competences related to the 20. observation of the work (1 point) B. following someone to their work, as if it were its shadow, 21. practices (1 point) E. agreements that allow students to do a job, or to work with those who are doing the work that you want to explore, under supervised conditions for a limited period of time 22. post–secondary options (1 point) H. the options that you have after you have received your high school (or high school) education


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