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    Attributes Of Profession

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    does it mean to be a profession? Professions are distinctive occupations that employ a specialized workforce established upon extensive educational training and provide an unbiased service to others for compensation. “The servant ethic of professions is characterized as cedat emptor, “let the taker believe in us”” (U.S. Army, 2010, p. 2). This refers to a standard code of ethics as the key component for an efficacious profession reflecting an organization’s set of values while creating positive customer experiences. Basic characteristics of a profession include institutionalized training, autonomy, and professional principles that subsequently leads to special power and prestige within the society. Affiliates of a profession have a strong…

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    Profession Definition

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    Profession for Progression! is a teacher training program that attempts to establish professional training workshops in Oakland Unified School District in order to deal with its issue of high teacher turnover rate. Based on the statistics provided by the OUSD, only 52% of the teachers have returned to their same site after three years of teaching. According to the reviews from the teachers at the OUSD, the reasons that lead them to leave is mostly due to the lack of attention and interaction…

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    The Army has grown to understand the value of professionalism at all levels of the organization. The Profession of Arms has certified experts ready to defend and protect the United States. One of these professions is the Human Resource Sergeant that displays professionalism, knowledge, and is ready to fight during conflicts. He/she is willing to be a subordinate of the American people as well as those appointed in government. The Profession of Arms indicates that the best understanding of…

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    Army Profession Essay

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    You only have two choices: Army or College? For many the Army was the only option, for various reasons. Whether escaping a bad situation, didn’t perform well in school, or following in a family member’s footsteps, the Army was a way out, and was often overlooked as being a profession. Most will say in order to have a career/profession you have to attend college, get multiple degrees, and after spending half your life in school, now you can begin your chosen profession. College or the Army or…

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    to the Profession of Arms is prevalent throughout the Army. This essay will discuss what it means to be a profession, how leaders balance the profession’s role, the Army professional culture, and the HR Sergeant’s role within the Army profession. A profession is a form of work that is considered irreplaceable and takes years of practice to be mastered (The Profession of Arms, 2010). Simply put, a profession is what you do for a living. Examples of different professions include educating as a…

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    should be considered a profession. Because of the diverse culture within healthcare and the different roles that nurses play, some people may not classify nursing as a profession. I strongly believe…

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    Army Professional Culture

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    action? Being a professional is the most important aspect of todays Army. The Army has to uphold the Constitution and the service and protection of the American people. This task is not taken lightly and most be elaborated on through knowledge of the word and how it applies to the Army, the culture of a professional Army, and the leaders role in a profession of arms. Firstly, An Army White Paper, The Profession of Arms (2010) states that, professions produce uniquely expert work and thrive on…

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    teachers work more than full time and it requires a good education to become a teacher and anyone would know that teachers deserve to be paid more. If we were to give teachers raises for their effort, then over time as teachers get better over their career, their pay will more closely correspond to how much work they put in (Pros and Cons). It could also lead to worse teachers leaving the profession and going to work at something they are better at leaving more money for the good teachers. This…

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    One opinion of professionalism is being a member of a chosen vocation founded upon specialized educational training. (Krinn, 2011). Professionalism relates to white-collared, highly educated, salary or hourly. The individual posses qualities of autonomy. Work may be thought provoking and challenging. The working field can either be public, private or academia (Krinn, 2011). The importance of professionalism to leadership is relevant to the nursing profession. Professionalism can determine the…

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    you that there are many differences with how teachers are treated. According to survey from theguardian.com, China’s teachers are treated with the most respect (“How the job”, 2014). I was nervous that parents in China would not take me seriously because of my age, but they gave me more respect than I ever thought. Education is a top priority in China which makes being a teacher a great profession. However, here in America teachers are not always held up on a high podium like they should be.…

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