Job Analysis and Career Plan
Using your degree research, and information you learned in weeks 1 and 2, it’s time to create a Job Analysis and Career Plan.
Go to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/ Using the bar to the left, search for your ideal career. You will need to first identify the occupation type. Use your readings and research from this week to help. For example, if you wanted to teach preschool you would click “Education.”
Research your ideal career. Identify median pay, demand over the next decade, and identify the required education, skills, work conditions, and employment trends. Create your own Job Analysis and Career plan using research from this site, your skills results from week 1, and your goal/planning research from week 2. Be sure to note any areas where you think you need to improve/enhance to achieve your goals.
Use the following example. (see below) You are free to make changes to this template based on your own career. Your final Job Analysis and Career Plan should be no more than 2 pages. Pay particular attention to the “Personal Motivation” and “Labor Market Prospects” sections, make sure that you are using accurate information and summarize your research succinctly (see example). Ask your professor if you have any questions!Sample Job Analysis and Career Plan
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