Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies and Career Interests Profiler
University of Phoenix
In completing the Career Plan Building Activity and the Career Interests Profiler, I was able to collect interesting and significant information on the career fields that very well can be of interest to me as well as provide information regarding my strengths in where my competencies are applicable. In understanding and having knowledge of my personal competencies, I would be able to improve my critical thinking skills (Geng, 2014).
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The profile showed me having a more conventional occupation which usually involve following usual processes and practices. These careers include working with details and data more frequently than working with ideas. The Career Interest Profiler also included an enterprising occupation that usually includes leading people and making numerous decisions. They sometimes require taking risk when dealing with businesses.
I agree with the Career Interest Profiler when it showed that I would be compatible with social occupations which include teaching, working with, and communicating with people. This occupation includes providing service to or helping others. I’ve always shown interest at my current organization in training and developing others.
The Career Interests Profiler has proven to be quite accurate for me; I would recommend this activity to anyone trying to find out what their career path would be. The Interest Profiler would help you determine what your interests are and how they relate to the workforce. The Interest Profiler also assists you to decide what kinds of professions and jobs you may want to explore based on your interests.
Geng, F. (2014). An content analysis of the definition of critical thinking. Asian Social Science, 10(19), 124-128. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1614971094?accountid=458