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Name:______Jeffrey Simms____________________
Week 2: Self-Assessment
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This document contains the template you will use to complete this assignment. Save the file by adding your last name to the filename (e.g. Week2_Self_Assessment_Template_Smith.docx). Be sure to proofread and spell check your work before you submit it. -------------------------------------------------

A grading rubric is also available at the end of this document. There are FOUR parts to the Self-Assessment.
Part 1: Reflect on your results from the self-assessment exercises you’ve done from the textbook, as well as others you might have done in the past, and complete the table below. Review current or past jobs to identify your transferable skills. Develop an inventory of your most marketable career-related skills (minimum 15), instances where you have demonstrated these skills (minimum three), and the core values you want your work to reflect (minimum five). Take into consideration the traits employers are seeking, including technical and transferable skills and general abilities. (30 POINTS) SELF-ASSESSMENT EXERCISES & MY RESULTS|

I completed the following assessments/inventories as part of my self-assessment activities:1.2.3.4.5.6.| My most marketable career-related skills are . . . (minimum 15) (Remember to include technical and transferable skills on this list!)1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.|

Examples of instances where I have demonstrated these skills include . . . (minimum 3)1.2.3.| Core values I want my work to reflect are . . . (minimum 5)1.2.3.4.5.| Part 2: Describe your ideal job. (20 POINTS)

MY IDEAL JOB|
In my ideal job, I would be . . . (state what you see yourself doing as part of your ideal job)| Part 3: Identify your one-, two-, and five-year career goals, create a list of possible employers of choice in your career field (minimum 3), possible job titles for your one-, two-, and five-year...
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