By: Austin Nagel
Career Cluster Areas
Health Science- The Health Science cluster is pretty much any job that is in the health profession. Many of them will work in a hospital, or their own practices. Ex. of this career would be a Doctor, a Nurse, a Physical Therapist, and Radiologist.
Business, Management, and Administration- Workers in this cluster give the support needed to make a business run. Check employee time records, or train new employees, or work as the executive and provide complete control over a company or department.
Marketing, Sales, and Services- These workers help sell products. you could advertise and promote products so customers buy them. Or you could sell products or services to customers.
Key Interest Areas - C S E
Conventional- Conventional people are ORGANIZERS, They're detailed oriented, and like to work with data and numbers. some personality traits for conventional people are; respectful, orderly, persistent, and practical. Most people like working with numbers, and and are good at follow instructions. You are often good at following budgets, creating reports, and making sure that systems and projects work efficiently and effectively.
Social- generally like activities that involve personal interaction with people, such as helping, teaching, counseling, or otherwise, being of service to others. Social types prefer to work with people rather than to work with objects.
Enterprising- prefer work that involves persuading, influencing, and directing others and are often interested in economics and politics. They enjoy work activities such as sales, supervision, and project or business management. They like fast paced work.
Careers I would consider:
- Physical Therapist
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- Athletic Trainer
My Personality Traits
My Personality Traits- E S T J
Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging.
Business Management, Management of Education, Politics
My Strongest Skill Areas
Some of my strongest skills are Word Knowledge, Mathematics, and Mathematics Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, and Verbal Skills.
My Most Important Values
The three most important values to me were;
Fun and Humor
I also valued; Family, Time Freedom, Help Society, Work-Life Balance, High Earnings.
What I Learned About Myself
I learned that what I may want to do for a career, may not be what best suits me compared to my values, skills, and traits. I learned not to aspire for money but to aspire to do something that you want to do, and that won't seem like work.