Values Of Strengths For A Career In The Army

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STRENGTHS
I was in the Army so I have a lot of skills that I feel couldn 't get anywhere else like feeling that I am late if I am no 15 min earlier than I am supposed to be.

I also got training for being a construction mechanic which gives me a basic knowledge in mechanics.

I feel that I have a lot of patients not just to deal with my children but also other factors in life. I think this has to do with me being a laid-back kind of person.

I am very proud to have gone through basic training and the job training for the Army, I feel that this has made me who I am.

Since I pretty much only have experience from the military my values that I have are from that experience. These values are loyalty, duty, respect, selfless-service, honor, integrity, and
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Collage gives me more than just the knowledge of the degree of my choice, it also gives me the chance to learn important skills on how to study, write, and respond to peers.

My business and accounting degree gives me a lot of opportunities for finding a career in most businesses as an accountant. I will be able to work with individuals, non-profit groups, or businesses on payroll, taxes, financial planning, and auditing.

THREATS

My main obstacle is being able to stay on top of all my school work and not get overwhelmed with balancing school and my home and social life.

I think all my weaknesses can turn into threats if I do not work on them, a big threat that I have is procrastinating.

Having the financial ability for college is another obstacle that I have.

My poor work habits could also turn into a threat by not being organized I might misplace paperwork and either end up not filing it right or I could even lose it both of which I could end up losing a job.

Having the lack of diverse skills and experience can hinder how I handle jobs that need a different kind of flair to

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