Running heading: Construct and Support an Argument
Being Competitive in Today’s Workplace
University of Phoenix
Construct and Support an Argument
Being competitive in today’s workplace I have chosen to pursue my education through the master of business administration with an emphasis in healthcare administration program in order to enter a new career field. While I have been working in marketing for the last two years, I have realized that my calling is the administrative side of the healthcare field. In taking the Jungian 16-type personality assessment, scoring INJT, I agree with my decision. According to the Jungian Assessment those with the INJT score are better in business analyst roles and tend to be skeptical and critical in decision making areas. Having a very independent and stubborn nature in both my work and personal life I believe the Jungian 16-type personality assessment supports my decision to further my education and enter the critical field of healthcare administration (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007). Pursuing a master degree is one of my top goals in life and an educational necessity when entering a new competitive career field. A master degree shows dedication above and beyond what is often required and falls in line with the Jungian’s personality trait of being determined (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007). According to many articles, those with an MBA will make higher incomes and hold higher titles within their organization over his or her lifetime (Chiu, 1999). Having a friend that just graduated from her master program, I am confident in my abilities to succeed and land a coveted position in my dream field. Instantly upon her completion she received a promotion both in pay and title with her company in the healthcare administration area. Having lost my previous job in marketing due to the economy spiraling into the abyss, I have also chosen the administration area of healthcare because of the recession-proof demand...
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