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Career Essay Examples

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Career Burnout: Effects and Solution to Minimize It
Career Burnout Experiencing burnout is a term that we all hear frequently through our working life. Sure, we all might say, I am burned out and yet, next day be fired up. Being burned out is something entirely different from getting four homework assignments in a day. Its a disease that causes pain and suffering in many...
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My Careers of Choice: A Pediatrician and a Cardiac Nurse
What is a pediatrician? A pediatrician is a physician who treats children. The choice to care for children should be based on a love for children and a belief that it is a significant accomplishment to make a difference in a child's life. As a bonus, a pediatrician gets to hold his patients in his arms, to see them grow and...
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A Personal Opinion on Choosing the Right Career
English Essay # 5 I believe that a career or profession should be chosen with great care and that it should not be taken lightly. A career or profession should be something that you enjoy doing because you will be doing it for many years to come. So I took time and care when deciding what I wanted to do for the rest...
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An Introduction to the Lives and Careers of Carnagie, Rockefeller and Edison
Robber Barons When the names Carnagie, Rockefeller, and Edison come to mind, most of us automatically think of what we saw or read in our history books: "These men were kind and generous and through hard work and perseverance, any one of you could become a success story like them," right? Wrong. I am sick of the...
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Steps to Choosing a Career in Life
English Essay # 5 I believe that a career or profession should be chosen with great care and that it should not be taken lightly. A career or profession should be something that you enjoy doing because you will be doing it for many years to come. So I took time and care when deciding what I wanted to do for the rest of my...
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A Personal Commentary on Choosing a Career and Following Your Path in Life
Selecting a career path is the easiest decision one can make; I have chosen five in the nine years since high school. The problem is selecting a path and following it to completion. When I returned to school for my most recent career path, I worked hard and did well for the first several months. Then, I started staying out...
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The Need and Benefits of Career Development of Employees in an Organization
Career Development The growing wage premium enjoyed by highly skilled workers has sent a powerful signal that education and training matter. At the same time, senior management has been consistently sending the message that employees must assume responsibility for the development of their skills. These messages have not be...
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An Overview of the Three Main Methods of Career Searching Strategies
There are a small number of people able to determine what they want to be when they grow up just as soon as they are able to talk, but the truth is, by the time they graduate high school, they change their mind at least five times. When a person first enters high school, their teachers and guidance counselors should lay out...
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A Personal Plan Towards a Career Choice and Life Dreams
Business Communication Term Paper “Your Career” July 20, 1999 I do not know that anyone chooses a career in life. It seems that fate or certain outside forces influences the decisions you make in life. These forces change your life from one career to the next until you end up in your retirement years looking back on...
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My Dream Career: Becoming a Computer Support Person
What would you like to be when you grow up? This is a question asked
of most everyone from the time he or she is a child. Eventually the
time comes when one must make a decision on a career that will impact
the remainder of one's life. Computer support person is a career that
one might consider. A career as a computer s...
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An Interview with Adam Byrd
Since it was a half day, I decided to head to Van Buren
Township, hoping to be able to schedule an interview with one
of the Police Officers onduty. I went to Van Buren Township
police department, and talked to a few people, finally leading
me to one of the community police officers named Adam Byrd. I
presented myself to hi...
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Challenges to Sustaining Careers in Marketing
Philip Kotler said, “Marketing takes a day to learn. Unfortunately, it takes a lifetime to master.” In fact, there may be no single person who has actually mastered the art of marketing. However, nearly every transaction that occurs in the world involves marketing, and every successful business has a marketing strategy. No...
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How Can Relevant Career Theories Help Define and Comprehend the Career of a Graduate Working in Academia
Abstract The aim of this report is to study the extent to which relevant career concepts and theories can – or cannot – help to define and comprehend the career of a graduate working in academia. In order to discourse this issue, literature has been observed surrounding the experience of graduates and their organisational...
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My Career Goals
Doing what I love to do, doing what I am good at, and succeeding in the
career; it would be a successful life to me. Like many other college
students and graduates, I struggled several years of twenties to find
out what I want to do, what I can do, and what I should do for my life.
Entering University of California, Davis a...
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The Music Career of Duke Ellington
One of Dukes earliest compositions was the Soda Fountain Rag, which he played so many different ways, it was thought that it was several compositions (Gammond, 69). In retrospect, Duke Ellingtons formal music career could be split up into three distinct,masterful periods, when the fruition of his work was most evident. The...
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The Importance of Planning an Education and a Career in Nursing
Research Paper Planning a Education & Career in Nursing Nurses wanted Nurses Needed When on a search engine looking for jobs or careers, sadly that is what pops up most often. In 1996, there were almost 2 million nurses employed in the United States making this field the largest of all healthcare occupations (Cosgrov...
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A Paper on Golfing as a Career
When people search for a pathway to an ideal career, they must find something that they love. They need to look at their hobbies and see what they can enjoy doing for the rest of their life They need to see what they are good at and what they can excel in. The thing I enjoy most is golf. I love everything about it. The thin...
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The Prospect of Having A Single Rewarding Lifelong Career Seems to Have Been Lost
Due to the present economy, individuals must have a varied career in order to support their families above the poverty line. While this can provide an individual with a stressful existence it also provides them with the ability to become a stronger person from within. Companies are resorting to part-time employees in ord...
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Choosing Computer Technology as a Career Choice
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AS A CAREER CHOICE Hear the music, dance if you can. Dress in rags or wear your jewels. Drink your choice, nurse your fear In this old honkytonk of fools. On the road that I have taken, one day, walking, I awaken, amazed to see where I have come, where I'm going, where I'm from. Dean...
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Planning Ahead in your Personal Career
Charting a course of action is key to developing a career plan Having a personal career plan is essential to surviving the merger, acquisition and spin-off activity present in today's workplace. What may be good for the business or your employer may--or may not--be good for you. How do you know if you are where you need...
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Mrs. Garcia's Reasons for Working to Help Kids
Helping Kids For A Living "Class the I-Search paper will be due in two weeks," said Mrs. Garcia. The Advanced English II class of Riverbank High School was assigned to write an I-Search paper on a career that interested us. When I was told this I did not know what career to choose. First I wanted to be a Physic...
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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Career
Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions in a persons' life. Every person needs to consider a number of things when deciding upon a particular career path. One cannot simply waltz into any career and expect it to be adequate. Research needs to be conducted and deep thought needs to have taken place. One shou...
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The Importance of Knowledge and Responsibility in Professional Career
'A professional - engineer, doctor, lawyer, or teacher - should have a well-rounded education, which teaches the technical expertise of the field, but also instructs the whole human being about the pleasures and responsibilities of being a contributing member of society.' The most important part of any career is trainin...
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A Personal Narrative on the Motives for Choosing a Teaching Career
My Name is Eric Williams and I am a 20 year student from Jacksonville Florida, who attends Florida A&M University. I mainly want to become a teacher because I want to be a positive role model in the black community, and I also enjoy communicating and interacting with other people such as the students that I will come in...
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Instructions for Doing a Career Research Project
Career Research Project. 1 In paragraph form, state what career you are researching and exactly what someone working in this career does. I am researching a career as a dancer. Someone in this career performs dance on stage in front of an audience. Through dancing they tell a story, interpret an idea, or express rhyth...
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