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Personal Finance, Collage, and Employment

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Taja Hoban

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Transcript of Personal Finance, Collage, and Employment

Personal Finance, College, and Employment
Family and General Practitioners
Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers
Financial SM.A.R.T Goal
My financial smart goal I have set for myself is to save over thousand dollars in my savings account in the next 3 to 5 years.
Academic S.M.A.R.T Goal
I have set a goal to have at least a 3.4 GPA by next year.


Personal Finances
Three ways I am going to be successful with finances is by saving any leftover money I have and by making only smart purchases and not spending money on dumb things.
How is budgeting important to me?
Budgeting is important to me because I am trying to save money for a new phone and a car. I have to make sure when I get payed at the end of every month that I put at least 30 dollars away for the things I am saving for.
One type of investment I might be interested in would probably be stocks or real estate.
Something that I am saving for is a new phone.
Most people will contact family and general practitioners before anyone else for health care. Family and general practitioners will treat everyone from young to old, infants, children, and adults. Sometimes they will perform minor surgery or deliver babies. They will also talk to patients about exercise and diets.
Specific Activities
-Prescribe treatment, therapy, medicine, or other medical care
-Examine people to pinpoint health problems
-Perform medical procedures
-Takes classes to update their skills

Common Activities
-Record information
-Work with the public
-Use computers
-Teach other people
-Communicate with people

Specific/Common Activities

Interpersonal Relationship
Practitioners have to be able to communicate and work well with other people. They are responsible for the health and safety of their patients. Family and general practitioners generally work as a team and communicate daily by phone, letters, memos, talking, and email. They have to have patience because often they might have to work with angry or confused patients and patient’s families.

Physical Work Conditions
Family and general practitioners work indoors and have to wear a uniform. They are exposed daily to diseases and infections that their patients may have that’s why they often wear a mask and gloves. They work in close contact with people.

Work performance and hours traveled
Practitioners have to be very exact in their work because what they do can impact their patients and their patients families. They generally work more than 40 hours a week and have to be on-call. They usually work a set schedule.

Working Conditions
Working Conditions

Family and general practitioners need to stand, sit, and walk for a long time and use their hands to handle, control, or feel objects, tools. They have to know other languages and they have to be able to see the difference in colors and shades. They have to know how to work machines and have steady hands and feet.

Physical Demands

Reason and Problem Solve
Use math and science
Manage oneself, people, time, and things
Work with people
Perceive and visualize

Preparation/helpful high school courses

To be a doctor you have to complete medical school but before you complete medical school you have to have at least a bachelor’s degree to get accepted into medical school. You can also take helpful high school classes to help you with your future career as a doctor. Some helpful high school classes are anatomy and physiology, child development, computer applications, food and nutrition, foreign language, nursing, safety, and first aid

Hiring Practices/Licensing/Certification
Most family and general practitioners either work for the hospital where they did their residency or join a clinic or group practice. They are typically interviewed for their job by a panel of other doctors. They are also subject to background checks. All states require physicians to be licensed however requirements vary from state to state.
Family and general practitioners make about 168,550 to 180,850 per year. thought wages will vary because of employer, how many years of experience you have, and how many hours you've worked. Also self employed doctors sometimes earn more money than doctors that are not self employed.
Employment Outlook
Major Employers of doctors are doctors' offices, hospitals, government agencies. 12% of doctors are self employed. employment outlook is good because as the population grows more people will need health professionals.
Other Job Interests
Family and general practitioners take their work very seriously. Additional skills of importance may also include
• Relationships
• Achievements
• Recognition
• Independence
• Good Working Conditions
• Researching Solutions
• Social Interaction

Doctors can advance in their careers by having more training and learning new skills. If they work long enough in a hospital then they can become administrators. Some who teach in universities can become department heads. Family and general practitioners can farther their career by opening their own practice.
Advancement Opportunities
Preschool and kindergarten teachers help kids build self-esteem, use their talents, find their interests, and teach them to behave around others. They also will plan games and tasks to help kids grow their physical, emotional, mental, and social skills. They spend most of their day with children but will talk to parents about the kids progress. Preschool and kindergarten teachers will teach younger kids using creative methods such as art, music, and dancing. Preschool and kindergarten teachers must allow a nap time. Teachers may also help with children with special needs or who shows signs of development issues. Preschool and kindergarten teachers usually work in child care centers, nursery schools, and preschools.
Specific Activities
Preschool and kindergarten teachers have to keep records on the progress of the children. They help kids learn language though reading, stories, and acting games. Teachers are expected to serve healthy snacks and meals. They teach science and math with building and counting games activities. They also carry out school policies and rules.
Common Activities
Have a Imagination
Care for others
Teach and coach others
Build teams
Work with the public
Schedule Activities
Resolve conflicts
Working Conditions
Interpersonal Relationships
Preschool and kindergarten teachers spend most of their time around children and parents. They often have to deal with conflicts and are responsible for the safety of kids. They sometimes have to deal with teacher aids. They have to have good communication skills to talk to coworkers, children, and parents.

Physical Work Conditions
Teachers mostly work inside, but will sometimes go outside to do activities. They work very close to people and have to listen to loud noises and sounds.
Work Performance/Hours/Travel
Teachers have to be very observant of kids to try and find early showings of problems. Preschool and kindergarten teachers have to meet certain deadlines on a monthly basis.
A set schedule
Work full time or part time
Can work extra hours
Work a ten month school year or a full year if you work in a child care center.
Physical Demands
Preschool and kindergarten teachers have to be able to stand, sit, and crouch for a long time. They have to listen closely to understand younger kids and see objects clearly that are far away. Preschool and kindergarten teachers have to be physically active and have good balance. They have to be able to see and hear differences between colors and sounds. They have to move quickly and be able to repeat movements over and over again
Skills and Abilities
Preparation/Helpful High School Courses
Hiring Practices/Licensing/Certification
Employment Outlook
Personality Interests
Advancement Opportunities
Skills and Abilities
Reason and problem solve
Use math and science
Manage oneself, people, time and things
Work with people and things
Perceive and visualize
Kindergarten teachers need have a high school diploma and at least a bachelor's degree. They have to complete a student teacher internship and pass a state licensing exam. Preschool teachers have to have at least associate degree. They also have to meet the state licensing requirements. Helpful high school classes you should take include child care, child development, parenting, psychology, safety and first aid.
When employers are looking for preschool and kindergarten teachers, they will look for someone who is energetic, organized, dependable, patient, and creative. They also will look for good communication skills and confidence. Some employers now require the teachers to know more than one language. To be a kindergarten teacher in Idaho you have to have a bachelor's degree and pass an exam. Other states requirements may vary.
In Idaho kindergarten teachers can make from 27,510 to 59,320 a year. Preschool teachers make 16,600 to 49,780 a year. Wages will vary on how long the teacher has been working there, type of employer, and area of country.
The employment outlook for teachers is very good because parents will work away from home, so their kids will have to come to preschool and kindergarten. and as the job outlook grows some teachers may quit or retire allowing more opening per year.
Preschool and kindergarten teachers consider relationships, achievements, independence, good working conditions, and recognition important. They have social and artistic interest too.
Kindergarten teachers can advance to jobs such as school librarian, reading specialist, guidance counselor, administrators, and supervisors. But they have to have more training before taking the job. There is not many chances for advancement for preschool teachers but they can open their own child care centers.
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