Your assignment will require investigation into the current status of careers in your field of study and potential employers.
There are four parts to this assignment, and your responses will be submitted by filling out the attached Week 1 Assignment Template (Links to an external site.).
The steps for this assignment are listed below.
PART 1: DESCRIBE YOUR CAREER OBJECTIVES
Explain, in a minimum of 100 words, the career that you aspire to achieve. Consider your career objectives after graduation, in 5 years, and beyond.
PART 2: LABOR MARKET RESEARCH
- Based on the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook at https://www.bls.gov/ooh (Links to an external site.), locate the Quick Facts for your career occupational area (based on your field of study) and insert the most recent data next to the five categories.
Number of Jobs:
PART 3: GLOBAL CAREER RESEARCH
Read the pdf “Where are the Jobs” (https://www.ilo.org/global/statistics-and-databases/publications/WCMS_629568/lang–en/index.htm (Links to an external site.)) published by the International Labour Organization, or locate another reputable source of information for data on global employment trends by occupation.
Based on your research, what are the global employment trends for your occupational area? Describe what you learned from your research and cite the source: (Author, Year, URL or library database).
PART 4: COMPANY RESEARCH
Based on your company research from sources listed in the Week 1 Lesson or other reputable sources, fill out the chart with information about two companies where you would like to work, either local, national, or global. Cite the source for your research (Author, Year, URL or library database).
It is required to complete this assignment by filling out the Week 1 Assignment Template. Spelling and grammar should be accurate.
Submit your assignment as a Microsoft Word document named LastNameWeek1.docx (not a pdf or MAC file) by the Sunday deadline.
MY CAREER IS BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATION WITH CONCENTRATION IN MARKETING