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My Career

Reality Fair 2010
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Sean TheBoss

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of My Career

My Career!!!!! By
Sean Psenka
!!!!! My Result for the Arizona State survey are.... Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math was 75 Information
Technology was 68.75 Law and Public Safety was 62.5 I Evaluated myself based
on the results I got from
the booklet survey and the
career paths I received were... From this survey I researched the
careers of a physist, a computer
software designer, and a lawyer. Investigators And Enterprise Three jobs that interest
me in those categories were
a Military Analyst, a Police
Detective, and a Lawyer And the median Incomes
for all three of these jobs
were...
Military Analyst= $64,650
Police Detective= $47,460
Lawyer= $102,470 So based on the results I got from both surveys,
I decided to become a lawyer...because of the money.
And because I like to argue with people, about anything.
Some high schools that would offer
programs toward my career were
Hirsch, Wells, and Richards Now to become a lawyer I would need a 4
year college degree, 3 years of law school,
and a proficiency in reading, writing, speaking,
researching, analyzing, and logical thinking.
Lawyers expect a 13% growth in employment
over the next decade (2008-2018). Growth in population will be expected to create more civil disputes and criminal activity, therefore calling for more lawyers.
The median beginning salaries 9
months after graduation for
all graduates is $68,500 Some related careers to a lawyer are... ...Is a lawyer A Judge A Paralegal and a Law Clerk Lawyers do most of their work in offices, law libraries, and courtrooms. They sometimes meet in clients’ homes or, when necessary, in hospitals or prisons. They are required travel to attend meetings with clients, before courts, or other authorities, and gather evidence from witnesses. Lawyers usually have structured work schedules. Lawyers who are in private practice or those who work for large firms may work long hours (about 33 percent of all lawyers work 50 or more hours per week), including weekends, while doing extensive research and meeting with clients. Internet references that I used for my
project include:
www.bls.gov/oco
vcc.asu.edu/ccis/index.php
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