The result from the Career Interests Profiler was that I was realistic, conventional, and artistic. It is interesting under the realistic list, it states “require working outside, and do not involve a lot of paperwork or working closely with others.” I do like to work outside with our animals and I do not like to work closely with others but I am involved with a lot of paperwork as an accountant. There is not a day that I do not deal with paperwork. Under conventional, it states involves “working with data and details more than with ideas,” which I like to work with numbers that are actual numbers and not made up numbers that some of my clients like to give me to work with. The artistic “requires self-expression and the work can be done without following a clear set of rules” fit me to a T. Some of my career choices was engineering technicians or logging workers, which I had looked into during high school but decided on working with numbers instead.
On the Career Competencies, my strengths was following instructions, coping with pressure, and adapting to change. I am not a leader and like it better when someone will tell me what they want done. I can step into the leader role when no one else will but I find I am not a good leader. In one of my college classes, I was picked to be a manager of an assembly line that was made up of my class mates who would be putting together a Lego Santa that I designed. They only had a short time to get a hundred Santa’s made and if they did not then my grade would be affected. I managed them like I would like to be managed, which is not how everyone else would like to be managed. I almost had one girl quite because she said I was being too forceful on them. Knowing that I am a follower in a group will help me to take on more positive roles in a group. After completing the Work Culture Preferences, my results were supportive, well resourced, and performance focused. I like to work in a fun environment with technology that can...
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