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Transcript: Low amount of education required, but it helps to have a degree Videography is an important skill to have Time Management Create immersive content (Visual FX) in movies and television Stressful when working around deadlines. Eyestrain - up to seven straight hours editing. Film and Video Editing Productivity Negative It takes years of dedication to become a Film and Video Editor The industry is always growing, even in a recession. I would like to work editing/creating digital FX or operating a camera for a Hollywood Company. People are 72% more likely to buy a product of video is used in the advertisment. Working Conditions Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Time Management Originality "Near Vision" Oral Comprehension Selective Attention Average Work Day Semi - Exclusive career field. Need to have Natural Talent. Assembling Raw Footage Inputting uncut sound Synching audio and video Writting voice - overs and commentary Company Meetings Some of the Best Schools Productivity is increasing, but employment is decreasing, showing that technology is taking the peoples' jobs.' Projected to grow at the average rate of seven to thirteen percent from 2010 to 2020. The growth of Cable Television and independent film studios is causing competition for the top editors. "Near Vision" Employment Trends for the Future What Do They Do? No need for Formal Education Flexible Hours Get to work on big movies Self- Teachable software Positive Conclusion Originality Florida State University New York University University of Southern California Boston College California Institute of the Arts Columbia University Personal Attributes Needed The field is always growing due to the exponential growth of technology in the 21st century. People are not content with old standards; people want video Technology is taking the place of people. Personal Attributes Needed Career Preparation

Career Path Presentation

Transcript: after this information I'd really like to be an Orthodontist. Although it'll be alot of work and self motivation, but it'll all be worth it. I'd be working with families and children. I would need at least a Bachelors degree to become a clinical social worker. Income:10 percent earned less than $27,450, and the top 10 percent earned more than $72,980. I would like to work with all sorts of people. Move out of the country I work good in groups of people. I'm dedicated to get things done. Work hard. And have patience. Because no matter who you are, you're going to get hurt in your career and you have to be patient to get through the injuries. Trying to narrow things down..... By: Samantha S.G Career Path Presentation Or Social Work?? These are several career paths I'd like to take: narrowing it down to three, I have chosen to be an Orthodontist, Social worker, and some type of surgeon. Orthodontist? About me?? Some type of surgeon There are so many types of surgeons but i haven't quiet narrowed it down but I'd like to do something in between those lines. Income: right now the average pediatrician makes $173,000, the average neurologist makes $217,000, general surgeon $279,000, radiologist $349,000, and, at the highest end, the average orthopedic surgeon makes $405,000. Conclusion: Orthodontists should have good communication and interpersonal skills, as well as diagnostic ability, manual dexterity, good visual memory and the ability to manage their own business Income: Illinois showed the most orthodontists among states, with 670 averaging $106,150 per year.

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Transcript: 2/24/2021 career project Katherine Sura registered Nurse about this carrier about this career the eduction you need to be a Registered Nurse is a bachelors degree or a associate degree or a diploma from a program your in. How do you get the education? to earn a bachelors degree it will take you 4 years.To earn a associate degree it will take you 2 years and for a diploma it will take you 2-3 years. registered Nurse salary salary Illinois:73,510 per year 35.34 per hour Mississippi:59,750 per year 28.73 per hour Kansas:62,450 per year 30.02 per hour New Mexico:73,300 per year 35.34 per hour California:113,240 per year 54.44 per hour New York:87,840 per year 42.23 per hour New Jersey:84,280 per year 40.52 per hour What they do what they do Registered nurses most work as physicians(physicians is a person Qualified to practice medicine) and other healthcare specialist.Registered nurses responsibility are different in each department and position.some of them work at office ,physicians,home healthcare service, And nursing care facilities others work outpatient clinic and schools. Assess patients’ conditions Record patients’ medical histories and symptoms Observe patients and record the observations Administer patients’ medicines and treatments Set up plans for patients’ care or contribute information to existing plans Consult and collaborate with doctors and other healthcare professionals Operate and monitor medical equipment Help perform diagnostic tests and analyze the results Teach patients and their families how to manage illnesses or injuries Explain what to do at home after treatment what strength/skill they need what strength/skill they need to be a Registered Nurse you need to have communication whit the people in the building and patients. you need to have empathy for the patients and families that are go in for a lot you. need to have attention to detail Endurance. you need to have attention to detail so you can your patients and help doctors.Registered Nurse need to to understand o how biology and chemistry works in the human body. why me why me I want to become a Registered Nurse because i want to help save people's life .I want to help with the knowledge i learn and help my patients because whit my knowledge i can help doct save people's life. I also wanted to become a nurse because i wanted a challenge on life and nursing its a challenge because you have to deal aspect and take care of patients and do your duties and it's different from people's daily life Facts facts did you know... Florence nightingale was the first nurse in the world Walt Whitman was a nurse(he was a famous poet and essayist he work as a volunteer nurse during the civil war) first Nursing school was established in India in 250 B.C(only men were allowed to attend school at that time) there are 84,200 RN working in schools in 1862 the new England hospital for women and children was the first nursing school in the U.S

Career Path presentation

Transcript: Biomedical Engineering Career path: Engineering Work Description Career Description Design biomedical equipment and devices, such as artificial internal organs, replacements for body parts, and machines for diagnosing medical problems Install, adjust, maintain, repair, or provide technical support for biomedical equipment Evaluate the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of biomedical equipment Train clinicians and other personnel on the proper use of biomedical equipment Research the engineering aspects of the biological systems of humans and animals with life scientists, chemists, and medical scientists Present research findings to scientists, nonscientist executives, clinicians, hospital management, engineers, other colleagues, and the public Biomedical engineers work in teams with scientists, healthcare workers, or other engineers. Where and how they work depends on the project. Work enviroment and conditions Education and training Biomedical engineers typically need a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering or bioengineering, or in a related engineering field. Some positions may require a graduate degree. Skills Needed Extra Info Analytical skills Communication skills Creativity. Math skills. Problem-solving skills. Overrall, You need to be devoted and extremely skilled. Pictures Gallery Salary Income The median annual wage for biomedical engineers was $88,550 in May 2018. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $51,890, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $144,350. The hourly wage is $41.45. Most Biomedical Engineers receive excellent benefits. These generally include medical insurance, vacation leave, sick leave, dental insurance, and a retirement plan. Other benefits may include vision and life insurance. Overlook Job Benefits Biomedical engineering can be a demanding field. While most will work a typical 40-hour week, overtime is not unusual, and hospital-employed engineers are often on-call. Those working in sales or performing field engineering may travel extensively, with all the associated stresses of working on the road. Biomedical engineers of all specialties are expected to attend a number of conferences and continuing education courses as well as to keep up with a variety of field journals to update their knowledge. Risks Drawbacks

Career Path Presentation

Transcript: Miriam Byrtus Career Path Presentation Professional Opportunities Professional Organizations Jobzology Hogan Assessments Integris Health Jobzology Jobzology The science behind careers that fit Guides and connects people Fulfilling career and educational paths Fastest growing company in Colorado Predictive science connecting lives to purpose filling careers and education Hogan Assessments Hogan Assessments The science of Personality Leads the world in personality assessments Serves more than half of the fortune 500 Grounded in more than four decades of research Scientifically measured personality for business Committed to a spirit of innovation Integris Health Integris Health Nonprofit organization Management, health, wellness and fitness, and hospital and health care Mental health workers work as a team with Rn's and managers Actively supporting philosophy and structure of the milieu Manage and supervise patients in a manner that is age and development appropriate Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Integris Health Humanitarion Psychology Work A coalition of individuals Hybrid organization that mixes aspects of professionalial organizations with non-profits Uses organizational psychology to enhance human wealthfare Interview Interview Dr. Andrea Walker Professor of Psychology at ORU Worked as an IO Psychologist at a plant for years Provided assessments and year end reports Job placement and hiring Interviewed and watched employees Program of Study Requirements Program of Study Requirements Industrial/Organizational Psychology The required classes are: Contemporary and ethical issues in psychology, social and cultural psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, organizational behavior and development, graduate statistics, research methods, strategies for effective leadership and consultation, principals of personnel and human resource management, professional capstone. Industrial/Organizational Psychologist Course Search Information Course Search Information Apply principles of psychology to human resources, administration, management, sales, and marketing problems. Activities may include policy planning; employee testing and selection, training and development; and organizational development and analysis. May work with management to organize the work setting to improve worker productivity. Job Description Job Description Consultant, Industrial Psychologist, Industrial/Organizational Psychologist (I/O Psychologist), Organizational Psychologist Alternative Job Titles Alternative Job Titles Formulate and implement training programs, applying principles of learning and individual differences.Conduct research studies of physical work environments, organizational structures, communication systems, group interactions, morale, or motivation to assess organizational functioning. Conduct presentations on research findings for clients or at research meetings On the Job: On the Job: References References hoganassessments.c...

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