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Graded Assignment
Assignment 7: Careers
Instructions
Save the assignment to your computer with your name at the end of the filename (e.g., Graded_Assignment_U14_Alice_Jones.doc).

Type the answers to the assignment’s questions. Use complete sentences unless the question says otherwise. You will have more than one day to complete an assignment. At the end of each day, be sure to save your progress.
Review Lesson 4 of the Course Overview for instructions about turning in your assignments.

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Assignment
Total score: ____ of 25.0 points
(Score for Question 1: ___ of 1.5 points)
Describe at least three specific individual differences that may give you an advantage in the workplace. (1-3 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. The three are being active and smiling and working hard.
(Score for Question 2: ___ of 1.0 points)
Choose an industry you might be interested in working in, and explain why this industry interests you. (2-4 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. I want to work for Xbox company. The reason why is because I like to play games.
(Score for Question 3: ___ of 1.0 points)
Describe at least two methods you would use to identify job opportunities if you were looking for a job. Explain why you would use these methods. (2-4 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. I will first see if they are hearing. Then I’ll get to know the hearing manger because if they like your personality they will hire you.

(Score for Question 4: ___ of 2.0 points)
Choose a career from the following list: financial planner, financial analyst, accountant, risk manager, cash manager, treasurer, CFO, and comptroller. Use the Internet to find information about this career, and answer the questions below. TIP: The U.S. Occupational Outlook Handbook (http://www.bls.gov/oco/) may be a good source for this information.

What is the name of this career? (0.5 points)
Describe at least two tasks a person with this career might perform. (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points)
What level of education is this career likely to require? (0.5 points)
Answer:
Type your answer here. (A) Risk manager. (B) They help with the company to not lose money and with insurance rate. (C) You will need 4 years in collage.
(Score for Question 5: ___ of 2.0 points)
Choose another career from the following list: financial planner, financial analyst, accountant, risk manager, cash manager, treasurer, CFO, and comptroller. Use the Internet to find information about this career, and answer the questions below. TIP: The U.S. Occupational Outlook Handbook (http://www.bls.gov/oco/) may be a good source for this information
What is the name of the career you chose? (0.5 points)
Describe at least two tasks a person with this career might perform. (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points)
What level of education is this career likely to require? (0.5 points)
Answer:
Type your answer here. (A) CFO. (B) They do budget managing and benefit analysis. (C) You will need a bachelor’s degree.

(Score for Question 6: ___ of 4.0 points)
Choose another career that you are interested in. This does not need to be a career in the finance industry. Use the Internet to find information about this career, and answer the questions below.

What is the name of the career you chose? (0.5 points)
Describe at least two tasks a person with this career might perform. (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points)
What level of education is this career likely to require? (0.5 points)
Why does this career interest you? (1-3 sentences. 1.0 points)
Answer:
Type your answer here. (A) comptroller. (B) They see daily accounting operations of a business and they do accounting task. (C) Bachelor’s degree in financial or business-related field. (D) This job year salary is $117,990.
(Score for Question 7: ___ of 4.0 points)
Choose another career that you are interested in. This does not need to be a career in the finance industry. Use the Internet to find information about this career, and answer the questions below.

What is the name of the career you chose? (0.5 points)
Describe at least two tasks a person with this career might perform. (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points)
What level of education is this career likely to require? (0.5 points)
Why does this career interest you? (1-3 sentences. 2.0 points)
Answer:
Type your answer here. (A) cash manager. (B) cash administration, management of current accounts and bank relations. (C) You will need a bachelor’s degree. (D) I’m really good with money.
(Score for Question 8: ___ of 2.0 points)
If you were in charge of managing a group of employees, how would you assess their job performance? Describe at least two methods you would use. (2-4 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. I will see if they are smiling. Also ill see if they have good manners to the costumer.
(Score for Question 9: ___ of 1.0 points)
Describe a time when you or someone you know conformed to the behavior of others. Why do you think this person chose to conform? (2-4 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. Billy wanted a job and at his interview they said he has to have good manners. He wanted the job.
(Score for Question 10: ___ of 1.0 points)
Describe a time when you or someone you know chose not to conform to the behavior of others. Why do you think this person chose not to conform? (2-4 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. John went to an interview and he didn’t like what the other is saying. He didn’t like the rules.
(Score for Question 11: ___ of 3.0 points)
Describe a time when you have worked with a group of people, such as with students for a school project, with coworkers at a job, or with family members to complete a chore. Describe the dynamics of the group, and then describe at least one way the group dynamics could have been improved. (3-6 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. So me and my brothers were cleaning house. So one person had to clean the bathroom and one mops and the other vacuum. This was the best way to get thing done fast.
(Score for Question 12: ___ of 2.5 points)
Describe a real or made up but realistic example of a misunderstanding that occurred because of unclear written or verbal communication. How could this misunderstanding have been avoided? (3-6 sentences)
Answer:
Type your answer here. John didn’t read his email fully and thought his interview was at 9 pm but it was at 9 am. So he missed it and didn’t get a job. If john would have read his email fully he wouldn’t miss his interview.

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