Project #58828 - career research & interview

1) Using such career research sources as the Occupational Outlook Handbook, The Dictionary of Occupational Titles, or Encyclopedia of Careers, or computer software such as Challenge or Discover, locate a job title and description that matches your career goals. First, name your occupational choice (such as computer programmer, engineer, CAD operator, veterinarian, editor, health care professional). Then research the duties, skills, educational preparation, and work settings for your chosen career. Write an analysis of what you learn about your chosen career (one page maximum).

2) Interview two people about their jobs. After interviewing each, list specific illustrations of their on-the-job writing, speaking, or listening that are aimed at achieving a business goal. From this experience, what can you speculate about the importance of writing in your own future work? Discuss your findings; use a few paragraphs and have some depth of thought.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 02/20/2015 01:00 pm
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