UA CSM 204 - Financial Aspects of Career Planning (3 pages)

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Financial Aspects of Career Planning


Lecture number:
2
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Csm 204 - Intro Personl Finan Plan
Edition:
1

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CSM 204 Chapter 2 Lecture Outline of Previous Lecture I Personal Financial Planning II Level of Living vs Standard of Living III Financial Success IV Steps of the Financial Planning Process V Developing Personal Financial Goals VI Influences on Personal Financial Planning VII Coping During Difficult Financial Times VIII Opportunity Costs IX Components of Personal Financial Planning X Implementing Your Personal Financial Plan XI Quiz 1 1 Answers Outline of Current Lecture I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X Career Choice Facts Trade Offs of Career Decisions Career Training and Skill Development Informational Interviews Career Planning and Advancement Fields with Hiring Potential Obtaining Employment Experience Career Information Sources Career Advancement Tips Quiz 1 2 Current Lecture Chapter 2 Financial Aspects of Career Planning Career Choice Facts Career Selection requires planning The average person changes jobs more than seven times over a lifetime Job A position obtained to earn money Career A commitment to a profession that requires continued training Trade Offs of Career Decisions These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Risks and opportunity costs Personal versus professional goals Personal social and economic factors Career Training and Skill Development The Skills Gap Find the skills gap in your chosen area and try hard to get those skills before you graduate Technical Skills Skills specific to a profession Often learned during college internships or training programs at work General Skills Work well with others Taking initiative to meet challenges Interest in reading and continual learning Cope with conflict and change Financial awareness Problem solving ability Excellent communication skills Informational Interviews What skills are needed to be successful in this career Career Planning and Advancement Assess goals and abilities Evaluate employment



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