Characteristics Of Guardians

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My dream career I set in stone for myself was at a very young age. I was constantly writing humors stories, make believe fairy tales, and a story full of thrilling drama in a journal my aunt gave me for Christmas. College has opened my mind to a new perspective of other future career choices that may suit me better then what I thought. Once I was done taking the Kursory Inventory assessment I learned a lot more about my likes and dislikes towards different career options. My results helped me gain more information about career interests, work values, and self-confidence skills. In the career interest category, my scores were scattered but I did agree with my results. I scored higher in the artistic, social, and enterprising characteristics; …show more content…
They tend to be dutiful, cautious, humble, and focused on credentials and traditions. Guardians can have a lot of fun with their friends, but they are quite serious about their duties and responsibilities. Take pride in being dependable and trustworthy; if there 's a job to be done, they can be counted on to put their shoulder to the wheel. Guardians also believe in law and order, and sometimes worry that respect for authority, even a fundamental sense of right and wrong, is being lost; therefore, guardians honor customs and traditions so strongly. They are familiar patterns that help bring stability to our modern, fast-paced world. I never would have thought to consider myself as a guardian but after reading the guardian’s descriptions I can relate it back to my personality. The general occupations ISFJS and guardians consider is education, social service, counselor, health care, business and art. While I was in high school it crossed my mind a few times to become an English Professor; even though, I knew my strongest suit was writing. A few weeks into college I changed my mind to major in journalism. There is always a possibility I could change my mind again when I enter a four-year university; right now, I am sticking to a …show more content…
Prepare, administer, and grade exams. Keep up with developments in their field by reading, interacting with other professionals, and participating in professional conferences. Postsecondary teachers work on the campuses of colleges and universities. Their work hours are flexible and usually include 12 to 16 hours of teaching time as well as three to six hours of office time to consult with students. Other hours are used to attend staff meetings and prepare for teaching, grading papers, and doing research. The personality strengths that I have for this career is being actively social, patient, understanding, dedicated to helping peers, positive attitude and determined to strive for accomplishment. Some advantages of becoming a post- secondary teacher is the benefits of working with children and positively influencing the lives of students. Other advantages of teaching are the summer-off schedules and the ability to pursue intellectual interests. For example, someone who 's interested in physics may choose to pursue a college teaching career in physics so they can further their own knowledge on the

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