Sunday, February 6, 2011

Work and Recreation


Work and Recreation



Types of personalities
·      Realistic
·      Investigative
·      Artistic
·      Social
·      Enterprising
·      Conventional

Factors in vocational decision making
·      Motivation and achievement
·      Attitudes about occupation
·      Abilities
·      Interests
·      Values
·      Self-concept

Steps to take
·      Begin by focusing on yourself
·      Generate alternative solutions
·      Gather and asses information
·      Weigh and prioritize your alternatives
·      Make the decision and formulate a plan
·      Carry out the decision
·      Get the feedback

Jobs Advice
·      If you experience discontent in your work, focus on those factors within your job that you can change
·      Identify ways you can create meanings in your work
·      If you must remain at an unsatisfying job, find something outside your job that fulfills your need for recognition, significance, productivity, and excitement
·      Asses whether your attitudes about work help or hinder you in achieving career success

Changing careers in midlife
·      Being aware of career options is a great asset at midlife
·      Attitudes and fears about changing careers that are legt unquestioned and unexamined make change much harder
·      Both men and women may experience the desire to change career paths in midlife
·      People who feel stuck in their jobs should ask themselves whether their personal dissatisfaction outweighs the financial rewards





notes by my professor  

6 comments:

  1. This is good advice im not going to lie. Good notes.

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  2. dude it would be so awesome if it was that simple heh

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  3. "Being focused on yourself". Won't happen got a kid to worry about D:

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  4. You sort of motivated me this morning.

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