I’ve learned many things about myself and my current approach to career-related decisions as a result of the career readiness inventories. I learned a lot about my current career and educational goals such as which job I wanted to further. My education plans would include developing my math skills, increase my writing abilities, and overall success in every subject. It has also shown me that I want to get a success job that mostly relates to mathematics, most likely an accountant or engineer. It also showed my academic strengths and weaknesses. It indicated that I exceled mostly in mathematics but also in computers and technology. It also showed that I might be interest in Business and Physical education because it indicated that I would do pretty well. While filling out these career readiness inventories I got to reflect on not only my academic success but also my career and work success. I listed my two past jobs working at cracker barrel followed by Panera Bread, but also asked about my education accomplishments such as honor roll and upper level classes such as AP English in High school. It also showed me about career Exploration which allows me to compare and evaluate occupations and major areas of study that appeal to you. I received a low score which tells me that I am not very interested in career exploration. Another thing I have learned that I need no little to any improvement in completing tasks, communicating and acting truthfully, and being organized.
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