Looking for a dream job was very easy for me. I did not have to think or brainstorm any ideas. I had my mind set for about a year now. My college experience thus far has been a revelation. I have learned so much from my professors, advisors, co-workers, and even colleagues.
1. My top two dream jobs are hotel management and personal trainer. I have always dreamt about owning my own business, but I never knew what business I would own until I my first year of college. I would like to own a hotel. The enjoyment and satisfaction on others faces is what I love. I will love to cater to those who are on the move, working, and just want to have a place where they can relax and not worry about the outside. Working out and training for sports has always been routine. I enjoy staying healthy and I like sharing my tips and knowledge to others. Health and fitness is very important in today’s society. I would love to workout with others every day and receive money for my time. I believe in the saying “if you enjoy what you are doing, you will never work a day in your life.” 2. I am currently working for Savannah State University as a community assistant. This job provides knowledge and real life situations that occur in hotels. I know how to communicate with residents, and keep track of their information. I have experience with checking in and out residents from their rooms. My job allows me to enter residents’ rooms, to make sure it is clean and they have not damage any of the school’s property. I know how to properly write fines and keep a log of residents’ incidents. I feel that these are strengths; I have, for becoming a hotel manager. My strengths for becoming a personal trainer are knowledge of nutrient and dieting, experience in the gym, being a high school athlete, and working with Savannah State students, who has trouble getting in shape. I have been working out since I was thirteen years of age. Dieting and healthy foods play a big part in...
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