Selection of a type of occupation or profession.
The upward or downward mobility in an occupation or the change from one occupation to another.
Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.
An occupation limited in scope to a subsection of a broader field.
Systematic efforts to assist individuals in selecting an occupation or suitable employment on the basis of aptitude, education, etc.
Stipends or grants-in-aid granted by foundations or institutions to individuals for study.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.
Senior professionals who provide guidance, direction and support to those persons desirous of improvement in academic positions, administrative positions or other career development situations.
Women licensed to practice medicine.
The art and science of studying, performing research on, preventing, diagnosing, and treating disease, as well as the maintenance of health.
The period of medical education in a medical school. In the United States it follows the baccalaureate degree and precedes the granting of the M.D.
Various branches of dental practice limited to specialized areas.
Educational programs for medical graduates entering a specialty. They include formal specialty training as well as academic work in the clinical and basic medical sciences, and may lead to board certification or an advanced medical degree.
The remuneration paid or benefits granted to an employee.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of medicine.
Geographic area in which a professional person practices; includes primarily physicians and dentists.
Personal satisfaction relative to the work situation.
Use for general articles concerning medical education.
The availability of HEALTH PERSONNEL. It includes the demand and recruitment of both professional and allied health personnel, their present and future supply and distribution, and their assignment and utilization.
The process of choosing employees for specific types of employment. The concept includes recruitment.
Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.
Attitudes of personnel toward their patients, other professionals, toward the medical care system, etc.
A specialty in which manual or operative procedures are used in the treatment of disease, injuries, or deformities.
Those factors which cause an organism to behave or act in either a goal-seeking or satisfying manner. They may be influenced by physiological drives or by external stimuli.
The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a medical school.
Individuals licensed to practice medicine.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
A course of study offered by an educational institution.
A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.
A medical specialty concerned with the provision of continuing, comprehensive primary health care for the entire family.
Practical experience in medical and health-related services that occurs as part of an educational program wherein the professionally-trained student works outside the academic environment under the supervision of an established professional in the particular field.
Undergraduate education programs for second- , third- , and fourth-year students in health sciences in which the students receive clinical training and experience in teaching hospitals or affiliated health centers.
A province of western Canada, lying between the provinces of British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Its capital is Edmonton. It was named in honor of Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p26 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p12)
The use of one's knowledge in a particular profession. It includes, in the case of the field of biomedicine, professional activities related to health care and the actual performance of the duties related to the provision of health care.
Professional medical personnel approved to provide care to patients in a hospital.
The total amount of work to be performed by an individual, a department, or other group of workers in a period of time.
A medical specialty concerned with maintaining health and providing medical care to children from birth to adolescence.
The educational process of instructing.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of dentistry.
The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.
Use for articles concerning dental education in general.
Health services, public or private, in rural areas. The services include the promotion of health and the delivery of health care.
Systematic gathering of data for a particular purpose from various sources, including questionnaires, interviews, observation, existing records, and electronic devices. The process is usually preliminary to statistical analysis of the data.
A set of statistical methods for analyzing the correlations among several variables in order to estimate the number of fundamental dimensions that underlie the observed data and to describe and measure those dimensions. It is used frequently in the development of scoring systems for rating scales and questionnaires.
Maleness or femaleness as a constituent element or influence contributing to the production of a result. It may be applicable to the cause or effect of a circumstance. It is used with human or animal concepts but should be differentiated from SEX CHARACTERISTICS, anatomical or physiological manifestations of sex, and from SEX DISTRIBUTION, the number of males and females in given circumstances.
Those physicians who have completed the education requirements specified by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.
Strong desires to accomplish something. This usually pertains to greater values or high ideals.
The study of natural phenomena by observation, measurement, and experimentation.
Studies in which the presence or absence of disease or other health-related variables are determined in each member of the study population or in a representative sample at one particular time. This contrasts with LONGITUDINAL STUDIES which are followed over a period of time.
Those individuals engaged in research.
Financial support for training including both student stipends and loans and training grants to institutions.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Studies beyond the bachelor's degree at an institution having graduate programs for the purpose of preparing for entrance into a specific field, and obtaining a higher degree.

The role of curriculum in influencing students to select generalist training: a 21-year longitudinal study. (1/1094)

To determine if specific curricula or backgrounds influence selection of generalist careers, the curricular choices of graduates of Mount Sinai School of Medicine between 1970 and 1990 were reviewed based on admission category. Students were divided into three groups: Group 1, those who started their first year of training at the School of Medicine; Group 2, those accepted with advanced standing into their third year of training from the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, a five-year program developed to select and produce students likely to enter primary care fields; and Group 3, those accepted with advanced standing into the third year who spent the first two years at a foreign medical school. All three groups took the identical last two years of clinical training at the School of Medicine. These were no significant differences with respect to initial choice of generalist training programs among all three groups, with 46% of the total cohort selecting generalist training. Of those students who chose generalist programs, 58% in Group 1, 51% in Group 2, and 41% in Group 3 remained in these fields rather than progressing to fellowship training. This difference was significant only with respect to Group 3. However, when an analysis was performed among those students providing only primary care as compared to only specialty care, there were no significant differences. Analysis by gender revealed women to be more likely to select generalist fields and remain in these fields without taking specialty training (P < .0001). Differentiating characteristics with respect to choosing generalist fields were not related to either Part I or Part II scores on National Board Examinations or selection to AOA. However, with respect to those specific specialties considered quite competitive (general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, and ophthalmology), total test scores on Part I and Part II were significantly higher than those of all other students. The analysis indicated that, despite the diverse characteristics of students entering the third year at the School of Medicine, no one group produced a statistically greater proportion of generalists positions than any other, and academic performance while in medical school did not have a significant influence on whether a student entered a generalist field.  (+info)

Introducing managed care to the medical school curriculum: effect on student attitudes. (2/1094)

In order to assess the effect of clinical training and didactic instruction on medical student attitudes toward managed care, we conducted a survey of all medical students at the midpoint of their third year clerkships at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The students were exposed to clinical training in managed care settings and a 2-day required course on the principles underlying managed care. The main outcome measures were student attitudes toward the concepts of managed care, managed care organizations, and future careers in managed care. Students also assessed the attitudes of medical faculty toward managed care. Attitudes of students with previous clinical training in managed care settings did not differ from those of students without such exposure toward the concepts underlying managed care or managed care organizations and were less positive about careers in managed care. Student responses before and after the 2-day course on managed care demonstrated that attitudes moved in a significantly positive direction. Seventy-one percent of students reported that the opinions they had heard from medical faculty about managed care were negative. Preparing medical students to practice medicine effectively in managed care settings will require focused attention on managed care issues in the medical school curriculum and the combined efforts of academic health centers and managed care organizations.  (+info)

The career outcomes for doctors completing general practice vocational training 1990-1995. (3/1094)

BACKGROUND: While much has been published about the career outcomes of doctors who completed general practice vocational training prior to 1990, no evidence is currently available about those who have qualified since that time. AIM: To obtain information about the career paths of doctors who had completed general practice vocational training since 1990, and to compare the results with previously published data. METHOD: Postal questionnaire survey of all doctors completing vocational training during the period 1990-1995 in three regions of the United Kingdom. The study examined current work status, career path since completion of training, desire for and experience of part-time training, degree of difficulty in choosing and following a career, and the degree to which certain factors impeded career choice. RESULTS: The overall response rate was 64.8%, although there was a significant difference between the response rates for men and women. While virtually all responders were employed, with the majority working in general practice, women were significantly less likely than men to be working as principals in general practice, for all cohorts. These results were very similar to those cohorts described in earlier studies. The career paths of doctors only became stable after about four years. Of those working in general practice, about 20% found it difficult to choose their career, and about 10% found it difficult to follow their career. Out-of-hours work was the major factor impeding career choice. CONCLUSION: Although they are taking longer to reach, the final career destinations of doctors completing vocational training since 1990 are no different from those of earlier cohorts.  (+info)

Rural background and clinical rural rotations during medical training: effect on practice location. (4/1094)

BACKGROUND: Providing health care services in rural communities in Canada remains a challenge. What affects a family medicine resident's decision concerning practice location? Does the resident's background or exposure to rural practice during clinical rotations affect that decision? METHODS: Cross-sectional mail survey of 159 physicians who graduated from the Family Medicine Program at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., between 1977 and 1991. The outcome variables of interest were the size of community in which the graduate chose to practise on completion of training (rural [population less than 10,000] v. nonrural [population 10,000 or more]) and the size of community of practice when the survey was conducted (1993). The predictor or independent variables were age, sex, number of years in practice, exposure to rural practice during undergraduate and residency training, and size of hometown. RESULTS: Physicians who were raised in rural communities were 2.3 times more likely than those from nonrural communities to choose to practise in a rural community immediately after graduation (95% confidence interval 1.43-3.69, p = 0.001). They were also 2.5 times more likely to still be in rural practice at the time of the survey (95% confidence interval 1.53-4.01, p = 0.001). There was no association between exposure to rural practice during undergraduate or residency training and choosing to practise in a rural community. INTERPRETATION: Physicians who have roots in rural Canada are more likely to practise in rural Canada than those without such a background.  (+info)

What do general practice receptionists think and feel about their work? (5/1094)

BACKGROUND: Although there is some published work acknowledging that the general practice receptionist's role is both important and difficult, receptionists' own views have rarely been sought. AIM: To explore general practice receptionists' ideas and feelings about their work. METHOD: A questionnaire was distributed to all 150 receptionists in a representative sample of 26 practices in the area covered by Leeds family health services authority. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with a representative group of 20 receptionists selected from the questionnaire sample. RESULTS: All responders were women, 60% were over 40 years old, and about half had been in the post for more than five years; four-fifths worked part-time. They had chosen the job because it dovetailed with the rest of their lives. Responders derived satisfaction from helping patients, meeting people, having good relationships with colleagues, and doing varied work. Sources of stress included difficult patients, work pressure, problems finding appointments for patients, and feeling caught between doctors' and patients' demands. Responders' experiences and views of training were diverse. Practice managers were important in making them feel consulted and supported. All had a sense of teamwork with colleagues, but many did not perceive the whole practice as a team. Many felt doctors failed to appreciate the pressure and complexity of their work. CONCLUSIONS: Receptionists' work is complex, demanding and intense, involving a high level of commitment to patients, colleagues, and the practice. Recommendations include improved appointment systems, a positive role for practice managers in relation to reception staff, and individual planning of receptionists' training. Effective teamwork among receptionists should be recognized and developed. General practitioners (GPs) are recommended to develop a greater understanding of receptionists' work.  (+info)

Educational and career outcomes of an internal medicine preceptorship for first-year medical students. (6/1094)

OBJECTIVE: Medical educators have attempted in recent years to provide quality clinical experiences for medical students early in their medical training. We questioned whether participating in a preceptorship in internal medicine (PIM) resulted in better performances on subsequent clinical rotations and increased interest in internal medicine. PARTICIPANTS: Fifty-four students have participated in the PIM to date, with control groups consisting of students who applied for it but were not selected (n = 36), students participating in a preceptorship in family medicine (n = 168), and the remaining students (n = 330). DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. SETTING: University medical center and community practices. INTERVENTION: A 2-month, clinical preceptorship following the first year of medical school. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: The following outcomes were assessed: scores in the introduction to clinical medicine course; grades in the medical ethics course; scores from the internal medicine clerkship; and choosing a career in internal medicine. In their second year, PIM students scored higher in both semesters of the introduction to clinical medicine course (87% and 86% vs 84% and 84%, p's <.01) and were more likely to receive honors in ethics (50% vs 29%, p <.01) than non-PIM students. During the internal medicine clerkship, PIM students' scores were significantly higher on an objective structured clinical examination (79% vs 76%, p =.05), ambulatory clinical evaluations (80% vs 76%, p <.01), and overall clerkship scores (78% vs 75%, p =.03) but not on inpatient clinical evaluations or on the National Board of Medical Examiners Subject Examination. Preceptorship students were more likely to receive honors grades in the medicine clerkship (33% vs 10%, p <.01), and they were more likely to match into internal medicine residencies than control students (54% vs 27%, p <.01). CONCLUSIONS: The PIM course is an intervention, early in students' careers, which appears to benefit them academically and increase their interest in internal medicine as a career.  (+info)

Transplant surgeons in training: is anybody out there? (7/1094)

There is a long-standing recognition that there is an organ donor shortage in the United Kingdom and Ireland (UK&E) that limits transplant activity. However, the fact that, at present, there are several unfilled consultant vacancies would suggest that a shortage of trained surgeons may soon be an equally important limiting factor. The aim of this current study was to identify all transplant trainees in the UK&E and to determine their career aspirations. A list of all trainees intending to practice as transplant surgeons was compiled. A combination of postal questionnaire and telephone interview was used to construct a database on past and present training in transplantation, and preferred type of consultancy was assessed both by direct questioning and by using a visual analogue scale to grade desirability of various posts. Of 110 potential trainees identified, 50 (45%) replied and indicated a desire to pursue a career in transplant surgery. Thirty-one intended practising in the UK&E (19 UK&E graduates and 12 overseas). The preferred consultancy (27/31) was transplantation (Tx) together with a second specialty while only four wanted a multivisceral practice. The mean score (0-10) for desirability of a multivisceral transplant post was 4.7, for renal transplant and vascular access it was 3.6 and for transplantation and a second specialty it was 8.4. We conclude that the majority of trainees do not wish to apply for pure transplant posts, either single organ or multivisceral, and that the majority wish to practice transplantation with a second specialty. In addition, there is still a major shortage of trainees and further studies are required to identify reasons why trainees fail to pursue a career in transplantation.  (+info)

Square pegs in round holes: has psychometric testing a place in choosing a surgical career? A preliminary report of work in progress. (8/1094)

Methods of selection of candidates for training in surgery has long been regarded as lacking explicit criteria and objectivity. Our purpose was to discover the aptitudes and personality types of applicants for surgical posts at the outset, in order to discover which were most likely to result in a satisfactory progression through training and which were associated with career difficulties. This longitudinal predictive validation study has been undertaken in a London Teaching Hospital since 1994. After short-listing, but immediately before interview, all candidates for senior house officer posts in basic surgical training and in geriatric medicine were asked to undertake psychometric tests of numerical (GMA) and spatial (SIT7) reasoning, personality type (MBTI), and self-rating of competency. There were no differences in ability scores between surgeons or geriatricians. Personality differences were revealed between the surgeons and the geriatricians, and between male and female surgeons. This study suggests that while there are no differences in ability between surgeons and geriatricians at the start of training, there are differences in personality. Long-term follow-up of the career development of this cohort of surgical SHOs is required to determine whether the psychometric measures described correlate with achievements of milestones in their surgical careers.  (+info)

Workforce planning is a central issue for service provision and has consequences for medical education. Much work has been examined the career intentions, career preferences and career destinations of UK medical graduates but there is little published about medical students career intentions. How soon do medical students formulate careers intentions? How much do these intentions and preferences change during medical school? If they do change, what are the determining factors? Our aim was to compare medical students career preferences upon entry into and exit from undergraduate medical degree programmes. This was a cross-sectional questionnaire survey. Two cohorts [2009-10, 2010-11] of first and final year medical students at the four Scottish graduating medical schools took part in career preference questionnaire surveys. Questions were asked about demographic factors, career preferences and influencing factors. The response rate was 80.9% [2682/3285]. Significant differences were found across the four
Most of the parents or students are inclined to choose either Engineering or Medical, but do you know there are a number of other career options are available. In this article, we are going to discuss all those career options after Class 10. Read through till the end as this article can help you to choose the right career option. ...
The career decision process has been much studied using quantitative research methods and in the context of the university student. Little career decision research has been done in the context of the community college and using qualitative research methods. This phenomenological multiple-case study investigated the processes and influences undertaken by ten new community college students within their first three years following high school graduation as they made their career decisions. Findings indicated that these students were influenced primarily by factors such as personal interests and experiences. Parents were shown to have little direct influence on the career decision other than encouragement and support. Participants utilized a variety of decision making styles to arrive at their final decision and conducted very little research to inform or support their decision ...
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This paper provides an overview of the career pathways model, and discusses the principal intervention strategies included in the model, the theory of change for career pathways, and the considerations in designing random assignment evaluations of career pathway programs.. Fein, David J. (2012). Career Pathways as a Framework for Program Design and Evaluation: A Working Paper from the Pathways for Advancing Careers and Education (PACE) Project. OPRE Report # 2012-30, Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Click here to view. ...
Objective: To explore the future career preferences of Commonwealth-supported place (CSP) and full-fee paying (FFP) medical students in Australia. Design, setting and participants: Data from the Medical Schools Outcomes Database and Longitudinal Tracking (MSOD) Project exit questionnaire for CSP and FFP students who graduated between 2008 and 2011 were analysed using logistic regression. The influence of age, sex, marital status, rural background and fee-paying status on future career preference were explored. Main outcome measure: Future career preference (location and specialty) at graduation. Results: Compared with CSP students, domestic FFP students were more likely to nominate as their first preference both urban locations (odds ratio [OR], 5.58; 95% CI, 2.04-15.26; P | 0.001) and higher-income specialties (OR, 1.37; 95% CI, 1.07-1.75; P | 0.05), and less likely to nominate as their first preference in-need specialties (OR, 0.72; 95% CI, 0.52-1.00; P | 0.05), specifically general practice (OR
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The attainment of democracy in South Africa brought many previously disadvantaged families new hope and promise for enhanced entry to higher education. However, as these opportunities continue to grow, this research study asked whether these students are ready to make effective use of their expanded prospects. This qualitative study was informed by the Interactive Model of Career Decision-Making. It focused on family and community influences in tertiary educational career decision-making with special reference to black South African students' context of historical disadvantage. Family and community variables, such as socio-economic status, culture, parental influence, family composition and support, were investigated. Thematic analysis indicated strong links between family socio-economic status and student career decisions. Familial support further emerged as an important factor when students make career decisions.
Dear Students and Parents. All Warrnambool and District Secondary Colleges in conjunction with the regions Further Education providers will be combining to host the Biennial Careers Expo during July/August 2017. The primary aim of the Expo is to assist students and their parents to research a wide range of careers options in preparation for the important decisions students will make over the next few years.. The Careers Expo is conducted every two years and from past experience and testimonials, is an invaluable experience and extremely useful in assisting students in their career/pathway decision making and transition process. Research clearly indicates that families who research career options early have a greater degree of success in navigating through the many career options.. Guest presenters are current practitioners in their chosen vocations and they will outline the day to day tasks involved within their career, the career paths and education and training required to obtain employment ...
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General practice (GP) recruitment is of increasing concern internationally. Recent efforts to improve recruitment in the UK have resulted only in slight improvement with training places left unfilled in some regions.1 These low recruitment levels are in the context of the pledge to increase GP training recruitment, with the target of 50% of postgraduate medical training places being allocated to GP.2 However, the proportion of UK medical graduates intending to enter GP is well below this target, with the proportion reducing rather than increasing.3-5 It is of paramount importance, therefore, to address barriers to recruitment and explore the factors that impact on medical students and foundation doctors (FDs) career aspirations. Career choice intentions of medical students is a complex issue with multiple modifiable and non-modifiable factors reported, such as exposure to specialty, role models, financial reward, prestige and workload.6 7 The situation around GP as a career choice is similarly ...
Reach Your Potential. With a bachelors degree from Walden, youll have the tools you need to succeed. Take this crucial step in your career path and prepare yourself for additional study that can lead to a masters degree in health administration, public health, or health informatics.. Career options may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.. *Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Quarterly: Spring 2014, on the Internet at (viewed online February 10, 2015). National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.. ...
A PhD in the arts and humanities provides high-level skills which can make a significant contribution to many different areas of the economy and society. The AHRC recognises, however, that the period following the completion of a PhD can be a challenging time for individuals as they look to explore different career options.. Many Early Career Researchers (ECRs) want to pursue an academic career, and will be looking to their colleagues and peers for advice on applying for academic posts. Equally, the AHRC recognises and welcomes the movement of researchers into other areas. There is a range of other sectors in which ECRs may wish to develop their careers, and the AHRC encourages all researchers at this early stage to maintain a broad horizon of career possibilities, bearing in mind the highly competitive nature of academic employment. Career development advisors within their organisation can be a valuable source of guidance on the wider career options available to them... The Peer Review section ...
Over 200 students from 26 high schools and CEGEPS across Montreal got a taste of what its really like to be a scientist at TD Discovery Day in Health Sciences on Tuesday, December 6, 2011.. Organized by The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and hosted by the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro), the McGill Faculty of Medicine, and the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), this one-day event featured a keynote lecture, interactive workshops held in research labs and hospital settings, and a career panel discussion.. Discovery Day exposes students to a vast array of career options in the health sciences, including possibilities they may never knew existed, said Janet Tufts, Executive Director of The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF), who has attended more that 50 Discovery Days across Canada since 2006. Over and over, we see life-altering decisions made at Discovery Days as students interact with and are inspired by health professionals who are passionate about their ...
Background Few studies have systematically explored factors affecting medical students general practice career choice. We conducted a nationwide multicenter survey (Japan MEdical Career of Students:...
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This study has several limitations. First, it is a cross-sectional study with self-reported data, including several questions that ask fellows to recall experiences or perceptions from earlier stages in their training. This introduces the possibility that fellows could experience recall bias or project their current interests or plans onto past experiences. We sought to reduce the effect of recall bias by including questions about medical school and residency experiences only for first- and second-year fellows whose memories are more recent, but it is impossible to eliminate it entirely. Also, this study examines associations between fellows reported training and mentorship experiences and their career plans only. It cannot provide definitive evidence of a causal relationship between training and mentorship experiences and plans to enter hematology-only careers-or fully account for the possibility that certain training experiences are associated with career plans because fellows choose them ...
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Get to know about the best career options in healthcare. The most popular jobs are: Licensed Practical Nurses, Medical Administrative Assistants, Medical Assistant, medical biller, coder, auditor, transcriptionist, scribe, etc.
Their capsule products include products such as African mango extracts, which may help support your digestive system, and green tea extracts, which are considered good for alcohol nutritional information metabolism and overall immunity. 2005; 6: career options in health and nutrition. Dancers should always have carbohydrates-rich foods on their plate. Include foods with Vitamin University of dayton nutrition and fitness, which helps your body absorb calcium. They are considered an excellent source of at least one of the following nutrients: calcium ( 260 mg), iron ( 3. Tendencies toward consuming domestically grown, organic and non-genetically modified meals have also opened up alternatives for nutritionists who specialise in these areas. It is a nutrient and a particular quantity of fat is important for our physique. Protein absorption may decrease as we age, and our bodies may make less protein. Bringing balance back into busy evenings is well worth the effort, especially with these easy ...
Gotta say Chris, Im more than a little dismayed at how you list some variets of singer as a career options to be done part time to fill the gaps in playing piano. As Im sure you know, getting a contract to even be a chorus singer (let alone a small role!) in a company that pays enough to make it even a little financially worth while is a pretty tall order. I notice you didnt put ballet dancer or professional cellist down, despite listing the accompanying of these. Im sure there are a number of pianists out there who can sing just fine, as Im sure there are those that can dance, but to suggest that a small role with a company that pays any decent amount of money is so easy to come by for one trained only in a related industry is akin to suggesting that my dogs vet perform my appendectomy. I would have hoped that one who works with singers so often (and so well) would have a little more respect for the amount of work behind it.. ReplyDelete ...
Pathologists study and diagnose disease by analyzing samples of tissue and bodily fluids, and the career options in pathology are numerous. Read on...
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PART I FOUNDATIONS OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE. CHAPTER 1 Introduction to the Global Economy, Social justice, and Career Development. CHAPTER 2 Trait-and-Factor and Developmental Theories of Career Choice and Development and Their Applications. CHAPTER 3 Learning Theory-Based, Postmodern, Socioeconomic, and Decision-Making Theories and Their Applications. CHAPTER 4 Ethical and Legal Guidelines and the Competencies Needed for Career Development Practice. PART II CAREER COUNSELING, ASSESSMENT, AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION. CHAPTER 5 A Values-Based, Multicultural Approach to Career Counseling and Advocacy. CHAPTER 6 Clients with Special Needs. CHAPTER 7 Assessment in Career Counseling and Development. CHAPTER 8 Using Information to Facilitate Career Development. CHAPTER 9 Virtual and Brick and Mortar Career Exploration Centers (CEC): Design and Implementation. PART III FACILITATING ACTION TAKING. CHAPTER 10 Preparing for Work. CHAPTER 11 Facilitating the Global Job Search: Employability Skills ...
Career Aspirations of Pregnant Teens. Drummond, Robert J.; Hansford, Sandra G. // Journal of Employment Counseling;Dec92, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p166 This study examined the career aspirations of pregnant teens enrolled in a program designed to minimize their chances of dropping out of high school. The teens completed a demographic data form that included questions on their career aspirations. The data were coded by Holland type using the... ...
What helps determine whether people pursue their sense of calling? The advice I always got was, Work hard, get a respectable job in a stable industry and then pursue your passion on the side. This shaped my extrinsic motivation, or the type of motivation that comes from outside a person, when pursuing a career. Others take to heart advice from notable public figures like the late Steve Jobs who said, The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you havent found it yet, keep looking. Dont settle. This kind of advice fosters intrinsic motivation, or the type that comes from within a person, when pursuing a career. The pursuit of a career that meets at the intersection of these two approaches would be ideal, but often economic realities deter many. Recently, two researchers sought to understand what influences career decisions when these approaches clash.. INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC VALUES. Career theory posits that intrinsic and extrinsic values are both important in understanding ...
Obtaining a position as a sports information director is a great career choice for sports management grads who have excellent communication skills. People who choose these masters in sports management careers typically work for local colleges and universities and are responsible for reporting information pertaining to the schools athletic teams. This usually involves producing press releases announcing such things as events, schedules, scores, and player or team highlights.. Sports management careers are ideal for people who love sports and have excellent management skills. And for people who have wondered what career opportunities are opened up by a masters in sports management, the careers spotlighted above can help them decide on a career path that will provide them with excitement and personal satisfaction. ...
In addition to these laboratory and technical jobs, there are several other career paths one can take with Bachelors degree in microbiology. Combining microbiology with another discipline, such as education, business, or journalism, provides an even wider range of career options. Such career options would include teaching in high school, scientific sales, science writing for the general public, public relations, or regulatory affairs. Completing a Bachelors degree in microbiology also provides the necessary foundation to continue an education in the medical, veterinary, dental or legal fields. An advanced degree in microbiology will broaden your career choices even further. A Masters degree would qualify you for a career as a laboratory supervisor or an instructor at a community or junior college. A doctoral degree (or its equivalent) is almost always required for higher level positions in microbiology and other sciences. With a Ph.D. in Microbiology, you could be qualified to perform ...
Finally, a possible career path is academia. For those who want to teach sports management classes at the university level, a PhD will be necessary. Professors in sports management have flexible jobs that pay well and allow them to share their knowledge with others. For those who dont mind attending school for a long time before starting their careers, working in academia is a good option.. Careers in sports management are varied and exciting. There is something there for everyone, whether an individual prefers to work in management, marketing, or broadcasting. Sports management careers dont always bring fame with them, but they do bring an ability to get involved in fitness as a career and work with the sports that you love.. For more information on the careers available to individuals with sports management degrees, visit All Business Schools. You can also find out more information about the Top 15 Best Online Sports Management Degree Programs here. ...
Imagine having the ability to create your own class in high school. You choose the subject. You choose the lessons. No need to imagine for Mehlville High School and Oakville High School students. Its called MyPath, and its happening right now.. MyPath takes away some of the guess work for high school students, who think they might want to enter a particular career but just arent sure. MyPath gives students voice and choice in their learning, explains John DeWalle, the districts Director of College and Career Readiness. They are able to dig deeper in their interests, develop their strengths and pursue their passions.. During the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year, 10 students are taking advantage of the MyPath option. Several of them are spending time in elementary schools to determine if they might want a career in education. One student is coordinating the music program at her church, with an eye toward audio/video production. Other MyPath endeavors include becoming an author, ...
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Imagine yourself five years out from getting your PhD. You could be a science journalist working for a newspaper, or in a boardroom actively convincing venture capitalists which of the latest scientific advancements they should back.
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Actions taken while in college will impact future career opportunities. You dont have to have a detailed career plan to take deliberate actions that will boost your career potential. This presentation will help you understand how advising sessions with the Career Development team can help prepare you for the college-to-career transition Presenters: Ryan Tin Loy, Sr. Career Advisor and Mike Van Lear, Director Career Development Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 829 4636 8492 Password: 419205 One tap mobile +16699006833,,82946368492#,,,,0#,,419205# US (San Jose) +12532158782,,82946368492#,,,,0#,,419205# US (Tacoma) Dial by your location +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 929 205 6099 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) Meeting ID: 829 4636 8492 Password: 419205 Find
Introduction. Key focus of the study. During stressful periods of unemployment, adults must make important decisions about their futures. Negative career thoughts impair effective career decisions whilst positive career thoughts facilitate decisions that have better direction.. Much of the current literature on career indecision uses university populations and young adults as its basis. It is also apparent that young adults may face differing developmental stages and roles than older adults do.. These developmental differences may affect career decision-making in unique ways, depending on the nature of the sample. Therefore, the focus of this study was to expand the career choice literature by exploring the career indecision problems of older, non-student and adult populations using community-based research. University populations and young adults have recommended this approach. However, it has not come into effect (see Austin, Wagner & Dahl, 2003; 2004; Dahl, 2010; Dahl, Austin & Wagner 2010; ...
FOCUS 2 combines self-assessment, career and major exploration, decision making and action planning in one comprehensive assessment. Customized with majors offered at CCSU, students assessment results are matched to career options and majors/programs offered at Central. FOCUS 2 guides students through a reliable career and education decision making model to help them select their majors, make informed career decisions and take action. How to get started in Focus2:. ...
Exclusive access to the international online tool GoinGlobal for country-specific career information and insider tips for finding employment worldwide. The Career Service of Göttingen University offers access to a career development tool for students and graduates who want to pursue international career opportunities - here and abroad. It allows to research career opportunities on the international job market and contains worldwide job and internship listings (updated daily) as well as country-specific information about applying and working abroad. Exclusive access via eCampus (choose GoinGlobal in Links). Event: 24.11. May the job be with you - How to succeed in an international job interview The Workshop for international and German students by interpool personal GmbH, provides you with direct insight into different selection processes in an international environment - inside as well as outside of your home country. By practicing a live interview simulation and a part of an Assessment ...
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The Office of Career Strategy works with students and alums of Yale College and Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as well as Yale postdoctoral scholars from all disciplines. The Office of Career Strategy advisors help students, alums, and postdocs to clarify career aspirations, identify opportunities, and offer support at every stage of career development. Services offered by the Office of Career Strategy for Masters and Ph.D. students are part of a suite of resources supported by the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences to foster professional and career development. Career support for undergraduates is a part of a collection of support offered by the Center for International & Professional Experience ...
Publication: Journal of Real Estate Research. Abstract: This article develops a model of the probability that individuals choose careers in real estate sales. The model is estimated using Census data. Females are found to be significantly more likely than males to enter the field. For males, the probability of entering the field grows with schooling up through four years of college, and declines thereafter. For females, the probability falls with increased schooling beyond high school. Real estate sales is a career that is more appealing to both males and females with more labor market experience. For females, the probability of choosing a real estate career rises at a decreasing rate with experience. For males, the probability grows at an increasing rate. Both females and males are very responsive in their career choice decisions to changes in real earnings. The supply price elasticity, evaluated at the mean, is estimated to be +3.18 for males and +2.76 for females ...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of selected sociological, psychological, and sociocultural variables on the career motivation of Iranian students. The 261 Iranian subjects, ages 17 to 24, were high school seniors and college undergraduates from varying socioeconomic backgrounds. Survey instruments were administered to the subjects in their native language in Mashhad, Iran. The score on the career motivation measure served as the dependent variable. The independent variables included: community discrimination, the sociological variable; self-esteem and sex role orientation, the psychological factors; and early family socialization, socioeconomic status, and religiosity, the sociocultural variables. Findings indicated that career aspiration for Iranian subjects is affected by sociocultural, psychological and sociological variables, in general; and by religiosity, socioeconomic status, and community discrimination, in particular. The two psychological variables that were ...
There are a variety of medical/health careers available in the Sciences with a major in Biology. Most of these careers involve training beyond the Bachelors degree. Some links to other web pages with information on careers in the medical and health sciences are provided below. ...
The Opening Schools to STEM Careers MOOC is meant to train and empower Heads of Schools and Career Counsellors in successfully equipping -and adapting- schools with tools for introducing and attracting young people to STEM careers. During this course, participants will learn how to recognize relevant STEM career pathways, identify significant STEM skills and soft abilities, address gender stereotypes, collaborate at in-school-level for STEM career counselling and host and create STEM career events and overall, among others.. It is widely known that Europe needs more young people to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects and careers to become part of a much-needed qualified workforce in the upcoming years.. At the same time, a wide range of factors affects students interest and pursuit of STEM careers - from the given curriculum to teachers knowledge to even participation in professional development activities. Whatever these factors may be, they are usually ...
The project took the form of a survey conducted in Littleover School, Derby by means of a series of questionnaires answered by a whole year group in Years 4 and and nine months after leaving school. It examines the value of the Schools Careers Education Programme in helping pupils to make considered choices with regard to courses, careers decisions and Further and Higher Education, by asking pupils about their job ideas and knowledge, sources of information, reasons for subject choices, ambitions, expectations for the future, expected examination results, first experiences of work and opinions regarding the Schools careers guidance provision. The results are examined in the light of the developmental theories of careers choice, being the theories upon which Careers Education Programmes are based, and sociological findings concerning the overriding influences of social class and outside-school environment. It was possible to trace the progression/stability of their career ideas and, by ...
The Career Interest Undergraduate Scholarship is available to undergraduate students at Michigan Technological University. You must be pursuing a career in railroad engineering to be eligible for ...
C REERCH ICES Number 25 Published by North Carolinas Career Resource Network 2009- 2010 I N N O R T H C A R O L I N A Helping CareerS Grow For 25 Years 2 Career Planning & Management Career Management Steps .................................................. 3 Self- Assessment ................................................................... 4- 5 Career Exploration Work- Based Learning .......................................................... 6 Work & Lifestyle ................................................................. 7 Trends ................................................................................... 8- 9 Career Briefs ........................................................................ 10- 31 Career Profi les ...................................................................... 32- 33 Education, Training & Financial Aid Training Choices & Financial Aid ........................................ 34- 35 N. C. Colleges & Schools ...
C REERCH ICES Number 25 Published by North Carolinas Career Resource Network 2009- 2010 I N N O R T H C A R O L I N A Helping CareerS Grow For 25 Years 2 Career Planning & Management Career Management Steps .................................................. 3 Self- Assessment ................................................................... 4- 5 Career Exploration Work- Based Learning .......................................................... 6 Work & Lifestyle ................................................................. 7 Trends ................................................................................... 8- 9 Career Briefs ........................................................................ 10- 31 Career Profi les ...................................................................... 32- 33 Education, Training & Financial Aid Training Choices & Financial Aid ........................................ 34- 35 N. C. Colleges & Schools ...
As a career choice[edit]. Psychiatry was not a popular career choice among medical students, even though medical school ... "Careers info for School leavers". The Royal College of Psychiatrists. 2005. Archived from the original on 9 July 2007. ... Once a medical professional diagnoses a patient there are numerous ways that they could choose to treat the patient. Often ... "First-year medical student objective structured clinical exam performance and specialty choice". International Journal of ...
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"2016 Career Report" (PDF). "Best Master's in Negotiation and Conflict Management Degrees". College Choice. December 16, 2020. ... 1 Best Master's in Negotiation and Conflict Management degrees in the United States by College Choice. Some controversy has ...
p. 3. "Labour's Papanui Choice". The Press. 19 November 1977. p. 1. Parussini 2020, p. 92. "Political Career May Be Hurt". The ... Moore began his parliamentary career when elected as the MP for Eden in 1972, becoming the youngest MP at 23 years of age, ... "Mr Moore is Taking Time to Choose". The New Zealand Herald. 17 October 1977. ...
"AIGA: The Professional Association for Design". Choice Reviews Online. 49 (1): 49-0005-49-0005. 2011-09-01. doi:10.5860/choice. ... Heller began her career in advertising in 1972 at Giardini/Russell, in Boston. She co-founded Heller/Breene inside of the WCRS ... "Thinking About Getting an MFA? Here's What You Need to Know". The Balance Careers. Retrieved 2019-12-19. "Defining Social ...
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"A reality show kicked off his career". Toronto Star, June 19, 2016. "After 20 years in Ontario, it's time for my second coming ... "Queer Choice Awards". Retrieved August 21, 2018. "How gay is your neighbourhood?". Toronto Star, June 28 ...
Best Choice Sports. 27 July 2019. Retrieved 20 August 2020. "Հերթական հզոր համալրումը". (in Armenian). FC Ararat ... "Lukman Haruna Joins Lithuania's FK Palanga, Hopes To "Relaunch" Career". Complete Sports. 8 March ...
Bird started his career at Bolton Wanderers where he was a graduate of their Youth Academy. After impressing in a trial, he ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Caernarfon Town History & Honours". The Citizens Choice. Retrieved 14 December 2008. ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Welsh Premier career details for Michael Bird". Welsh Premier League. Retrieved 14 ...
"Putin lauds expat Lieberman's 'brilliant political career' in Israel". Associated Press. 4 December 2009. Retrieved 22 ... David Remnick (28 October 2012). "Netanyahu's Dark Choice". Retrieved 22 September 2014. Gottesman, Evan (3 January 2019). "The ... and dreamed of a literary career. Lieberman and his family immigrated to Israel on 18 June 1978. Lieberman studied Hebrew at an ... Putin has described Lieberman's own political career as "brilliant". Lieberman's pro-Russian stance and perceived friendly ...
This single was also nominated for the Choice Music Awards' 2019 Song of the Year, reached no.1 on Irish radio and was the ... "Soulé discusses dealing with setbacks and forging a career in the Irish music scene". Retrieved 17 June 2020. "Song of ... Her singles, Love No More and Troublemaker, were nominated for the Choice Music Awards' Song of the Year in 2017 and 2018 ... the Year". Choice Music Prize. RTÉ. Retrieved 17 June 2020. Meaney, Clodagh (4 November 2019). "Irish R'n'B star Soulé set to ...
"Pioneer Archive". Game Developers Choice Awards. Retrieved 2015-09-06. "GDC Vault - Yu Suzuki's Gameworks: A Career ... Then, Suzuki began working on another arcade game which would prove to be the big stepping-off point of his career. "To develop ... It also featured a radio with three songs to choose from as players drove through the wide variety of landscapes. At the Golden ... In 2011, he received the Pioneer Award at the Game Developers Choice Awards. Suzuki joined Sega in 1983 as a programmer. In his ...
"Canter gets choice victory". The Billings Gazette. Retrieved May 31, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Career Out ... He notched his first career win by winning the 2006 BFTS event in Billings, Montana, and that helped him qualify for the PBR ...
Stephen Battersby (March 10, 2007). "A smashing career choice". New Scientist. Retrieved September 12, 2014. "Stock market ...
Kariya facing career choice. Bangor Daily News. 1993-06-24 [Retrieved 2011-07-07]. Berridge, Tom. No. 1 Burnaby boy a first for ... When the team was announced in December 2005, however, he was not chosen. During his career, Kariya became involved with Hockey ... but their contributions on a career-basis. The initial three nominees were chosen by a selection committee, while the winner ... A week later, he recorded the 402nd and final goal of his career, in a 3-1 win against the Los Angeles Kings. Kariya played his ...
Careers Digest. 1980. p. 396. Retrieved 3 September 2013. Film World. T.M. Ramachandran. 1980. p. 217. Retrieved 3 September ... M. Balamuralikrishna was the original choice for the male playback singer, due to the heavy classical content of the ... name="" admin (8 September 2014). "Original choice for Sankarabharanam?". Retrieved 14 September 2016. Gopal, B. ... but later refused as Viswanath felt his image as a star would ruin the role and he chose a debutant J. V. Somayajulu, a stage ...
Her career for love. Love for her career. In the 1930s and 1940s most films end tragically. Affliction: Women holds a secret. ... Choice: Normally two suitors. Commonly the male is only curable by "her." The man is a clergyman or confirmed bachelor. ...
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It was mostly my choice. It's just what I grew up doing. I was never forced. It was never an issue." Sandrak began travelling ... As he got older his career gradually waned. His Hollywood debut was as the title character in the 2009 film Little Hercules in ...
Ascher-Walsh, Rebecca (April 10, 2008). "Thomas Haden Church's choice career". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 17, 2008. " ... "Thomas Haden Church's choice career". 10 April 2008. Retrieved 24 August 2017 - via LA Times. "Carl Richard ... After appearing in an independent film, he moved to California to pursue an acting career. His character delivers a love letter ...
It was a shrewd choice. Kalmbach's solid but unspectacular career as a real estate lawyer was quickly touched with gold. ...
Born in Liverpool, Dixon started his career with local amateur side Kingsley United before joining Welsh Premier League outfit ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Buckley Town: Pen Pictures 2009-10". Retrieved 5 September ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Welsh Premier career details for Bohan Dixon". Retrieved 5 ...
He did steal 28 bases and hit a career-high 10 home runs. 2000 was the worst season thus far in his career. While with ... Haudricourt, Tom (5 June 1996). "Green is Brewers speedy choice". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. p. 7C. Retrieved 16 June 2010. ... He did steal what would be a career high 37 bases that season. Even though he did not do too well in 1997, he was still ... He started his professional career that season, batting .358 in 21 games with the Ogden Raptors. He also showed good speed, ...
"People's Choice Awards 2012 Nominees". People's Choice Awards. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved November ... Gallo, Phil (May 17, 2012). "Backbeat: Rolfe Kent Receives Career Achievement Honor at BMI Film and TV Awards". Billboard. ... Three countries chose the alternative title: Russia, South Korea, and Ukraine. An "insider" speaking to The New York Times ... Jon Favreau approached Arad to direct the film as a comedy, but he chose to make Iron Man instead. In April 2006, David Self ...
In 2011, Hall was chosen by his colleagues to dance the title role in Apollo, as a part of the company's Dancers' Choice, and ... Throughout his career, he had danced works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and originated roles in works by Wheeldon, ... That month, Hall was chosen to be in the four-person interim leadership team, led by ballet master Jonathan Stafford, and also ... "Dancers' Choice: Day of Democracy". Dance Magazine (June 13, 2011). Retrieved June 12, 2020. Gregory, Nina (October 17, 2014 ...
He began his career as an ADA in 1973. He is a pragmatic Democrat of faintly liberal stripe, but regardless of political ... He is also pro-choice. While he is often stern and unforgiving in his professional conduct, he has amicable relationships with ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Life Choice". Law & Order. Season 1. Episode 12. January 8, 1991. NBC. CS1 maint: ... who also had a prior career as a federal prosecutor. Despite the fact that Congressman Schiff once interned in the same ...
She led the team to a 77-5 record during her career and was arguably the catalyst to Northwestern's dynasty in Women's lacrosse ... Four-year All-America choice. Three-time American Lacrosse Conference (ALC) Player of the Year. Three-time National Midfielder ... All-time Northwestern record for goals (250) and points (349). NCAA record with 39 career goals in NCAA Championship play. ...
He also played for Rhyl, Bangor City, Mold, Macclesfield Town and Congleton Town during his career. "Bangor City Players 1876- ... 1939 Who Progressed Into The English Football League". The Citizens Choice. Retrieved 15 February 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged ...
1999) School Choice in the Real World: Lessons from Arizona Charter Schools, Boulder: Westview. Maranto, R., Gary Ritter, and ... The son of a career bureaucrat, he is strongly interested in efforts to make public bureaucracies better serve the public. He ... As of June 2015[update], he is working on a book for Rowman and Littlefield, tentatively titled For School Choice: Lessons from ... Maranto edits the Journal of School Choice. His more than 70 scholarly publications have appeared in journals including Social ... Career Statistics at OzFootball "Normanhurst Boys High". School Choice. ...
Career in anthropologyEdit. Education and early careerEdit. In her search for a career, she decided to attend some lectures at ... While working there she gained her interest in Asia that would later affect her choice of fieldwork as a working anthropologist ... When Boas retired in 1937, most of his students considered Ruth Benedict to be the obvious choice for the head of the ... while her father pursued a promising career as a homeopathic doctor and surgeon.[3] Although Mr. Fulton loved his work and ...
Hi Raju, Dhoni has also made 174 ODI runs for the Asian XI, so these need to be excluded from his career tally to get his runs ... If you wish to participate in the 2017 election, please review the candidates and submit your choices on the voting page. ... If you wish to participate in the 2018 election, please review the candidates and submit your choices on the voting page. ... If you wish to participate in the 2016 election, please review the candidates' statements and submit your choices on the voting ...
... disease was rare during the time of the Roman empire with Galen commenting that he had only seen two cases during his career.[ ... insulin is generally the treatment of choice.[23] ...
Her acting career was then given a boost by her friend, Florence Eldridge (wife of Fredric March), in whom she confided. ... where she had a private table when she chose to eat in the resident dining room.[8] She appeared in the television documentary ... In 1936, her career was nearly destroyed by scandal. Astor had an affair with playwright George S. Kaufman and was branded an ... In 1971, a second book was published, A Life on Film, where she discussed her career. It too became a bestseller. Astor also ...
Graduates who choose military service must serve at least five years in the active duty force of their respective service. ... William B. Morgan (1950) Distinguished Naval Architect and Marine Engineer who revolutionized propeller design; 50-year career ...
"NHS Careers website. National Health Service in England (NHS), UK Dept. of Health. Archived from the original on 2013-04-03. ... it is necessary to choose in each case a medicine that will excite an affection similar (ὅμοιος πάθος) to that against which it ... because of a generally uncritical belief in their chosen subject.[197] Ernst cites as evidence the phenomenon whereby 100% of a ... the increasing popularity of the CAM needs to be explained by moral convictions or lifestyle choices rather than by economic ...
The key problem with CIM concerns the choice of suitable marker loci to serve as covariates; once these have been chosen, CIM ... Later in his career, Castle would refine his model for speciation to allow for small variation to contribute to speciation over ... The choice of marker covariates has not been solved, however. Not surprisingly, the appropriate markers are those closest to ... this is not usually the first avenue of investigation one would choose to determine etiology.[citation needed] ...
Career[edit]. Potter began making amateur films at age 14, using an 8mm camera given to her by an uncle.[5] She eventually ... People's Choice Award. 3rd Place 2017. Valladolid International Film Festival. Rainbow Spike. Won ... Sally Potter had career retrospectives of her film and video work at the BFI Southbank, London, and Filmoteca, Madrid, in 2009 ... Referring to her career as a choreographer, Potter said, "Choreography was the perfect 'poor theatre.' All you needed were ...
... used either to validate or reject a specific algorithmic choice, a hardware implementation or the appropriateness of a solution ... "A career in statistics" (PDF). In Lin, Xihong; Genest, Christian; Banks, David L.; Molenberghs, Geert; Scott, David W.; Wang, ...
Career[edit]. Borden began her career as one of the Sennett Bathing Beauties in 1922 and was soon appearing as a vamp in Hal ... Producer Paul Bern chose her for an uncredited role in his film The Dressmaker from Paris (1925). She was signed by Fox after ... Ankerich, Michael G. (2010). Dangerous Curves Atop Hollywood Heels: The Lives, Careers, and Misfortunes of 14 Hard-Luck Girls ... During her acting career, Borden was one of the highest paid stars. She spent her money freely and by the late 1930s, she was ...
That decade, Pol Pot commented that "We chose communism because we wanted to restore our nation. We helped the Vietnamese, who ... During his political career, he used a wide array of pseudonyms: Pouk, Hay, Pol, 87, Grand-Uncle, Elder Brother, First Brother ... He never explained why he chose the pseudonym "Pol Pot".[166] ...
But if you have to choose between Mecca or Islam and India you must choose India. All the Muslims should have this feeling: we ... In his brief political career spanning only four years, he led a delegation from Bengal to the Indian National Congress session ...
After Elvis Presley began his musical career, he purchased a $40,000 home for himself and his family at 1034 Audubon Drive in ... Upon his death in 1979, he chose Priscilla to serve as the estate executor for Elvis' only child, Lisa Marie, who was only 11. ...
Music careerEdit. Early yearsEdit. Lynott was introduced to music through his uncle Timothy's record collection, and became ... In 2012, the members of Thin Lizzy decided to record new material, but chose to do so under the name of Black Star Riders as ... In 1980, though Thin Lizzy were still enjoying considerable success, Phil Lynott launched a solo career with the album, Solo in ... Towards the end of the 1970s, Lynott also embarked upon a solo career, published two books of poetry, and after Thin Lizzy ...
If/when Barry Bonds breaks the career home run record, it will be on the front page of The New York Times. On the other hand, ... If he chooses a Republican, that would tip the balance of control back to the Republicans, and I think that possibility may ... Notes: I'm not sure Time's person of the year is notable each year, but it is this time: it's a highly unusual choice and, ... Johnson, a Democrat, dies or is forced to relinquish his seat, his replacement would be chosen by the Republican governor of ...
Klein, R. (1999). The Human Career. University of Chicago Press.. *^ Roche H et al., 2002, Les sites archaéologiques pio- ... Evidence shows these early hominins intentionally selected raw materials with good flaking qualities and chose appropriate ...
Professional wrestling career[edit]. In October 1973, All Japan Pro Wrestling owner Giant Baba recruited Anton Geesink to join ... Geesink was chosen as the Dutch Sportsman of the Year in 1957, 1961, 1964 and 1965.[1] He was awarded the Order of the Sacred ... and won a record 21 European Judo Championships during his career.[3] ...
DCNS was chosen by the Australian Government on 26 April 2016 to build 12 of the Shortfin Barracuda Block 1A variant at a ... being held responsible for a repeat of the problems experienced by the Collins class during their construction and early career ... "Choice of navy's new submarine is a $20bn guessing game". The Australian. Retrieved 5 January 2015 ...
Organizations with enterprise agreements still pay licensing agreements even if they choose to run alternative open-source ... This allows for programmers to receive public recognition for their skills, promoting career opportunities and exposure. In ... making it a poor choice for any sort of application in which future versions, support and a long-term plan would be essential, ... onion consists of the core contributors who drive the project forward through large amounts of code and software design choices ...
She heavily disapproves Mads's new lifestyle, and his choice of wife. This leads to a confrontation with Mads, where he ... Divorces him and destroys his political career, as her father is highly placed in the conservative party. ... making him choose to leave the town entirely. Herbert Schmidt is showing his play in Belgium and calls on his old friends to ... she too turns a blind eye on Ellen's choices as she grows older. ...
Early political career. Kucinich's political career began in 1967 when he ran unsuccessfully for office. In 1969, Kucinich was ... a b Marc Sandalow, "Ohio Presidential Hopeful Pivots Over to Pro-Choice Camp Archived 2013-09-02 at the Wayback Machine", San ... He continued his campaign because "the future direction of the Democratic Party has not yet been determined"[24] and chose to ... These people lead normal, productive lives - pursuing careers, raising families and participating in civic life."[90] Kucinich ...
Career[edit]. Early days[edit]. Miller, with elder sisters Letty and Anne, was raised in Colvend Street, Bridgeton in Glasgow, ... and was chosen in preference to Saul Byron to sing with The Deljaks. After a couple of years it was on to West Farm Cottage and ... he moved to London to further his career.[3] In 1971, he joined forces with the guitarist Robin Trower, who had just left ...
National Air and Space Museum career[edit]. In 1974, after retiring from the Air Force, Boyne joined the National Air and Space ... Tired of the repetitive aviation articles of the time, he chose to write about lesser-known people and airplanes starting with ... Boyne, Walter J. Flying, an Introduction to Flight, Airplanes, and Aviation Careers. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, ... Boyne began his writing career in 1962 while still in the Air Force. ...
Political careerEdit. Entry into politicsEdit. Jyoti Basu's first track in politics was his effort to organise the Indian ... his parents had selected a suitable bride for him and informed him of their choice. Like a normal Indian boy of his generation ... Later political careerEdit. Basu was elected to the Bengal Legislative Assembly in 1946, contesting the Railway constituency. ... In his long career in the Party, he undertook various responsibilities including being the first editor of People's Democracy. ...
Despite his skill, he declined an opportunity to sign with the New York Yankees to pursue his career as an entertainer. After ... The People's Choice, episode "Sox and the Proxy Marriage (1956) as Charles Hollister ... In his later career Brown starred in Some Like It Hot (1959), as Osgood Fielding III, in which he utters the film's famous ...
Tancredi is chosen to convince Mathewson; but she fails. It is revealed to be a plan to record his voice using different words ... Blauner finds illegal background in Bagwell's faked career and the latter clears the house and attempts to escape before being ... They finally choose to rescue him in the court, where Mathewson has also arrived to kill him. Mahone is saved successfully. He ... showing the illegal background in Blauner's career, making White to close the case in order to prevent the scandal. Morgan ...
... s are usually clipped down into lower-maintenance cuts as soon as their show careers are over. Pet clips are much less ... Some minor registries and Internet registry businesses will register dogs as any breed the owner chooses with minimal or no ...
Memphis was chosen at the suggestion of Catholic Cardinal Samuel Stritch, a Tennessee native who had been a spiritual advisor ... Thomas was a comedian who was struggling to get a break in his career and living paycheck to paycheck. When his first child was ...
A presbytery was a convention of all ministers within its jurisdiction and one ruling elder chosen by each session. Collegiate ... preaching to over 100 million people and leading an estimated million to conversion throughout his career. Whereas Stelzle ... Members of the General Assembly included equal numbers of ministers and ruling elders chosen by the presbyteries. Members of ... chose to withdraw from the Kentucky Synod and form the independent Springfield Presbytery in 1803. These ministers would later ...
T. S. Eliot included several of the poems in his 1941 collection A Choice of Kipling's Verse. ... He tells how his military career started well because the general Magnus Maximus knew his father. ...
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A look at Maale, an Orthodox Jewish film school in Jerusalem, with its students crossing Orthodox boundaries, and its films enabling Israelis to look inside religious life as religious people put it on the screen.
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  • Many career training schools help graduates find professional work through job placement programs. (
  • Many of our graduates go on to be extremely successful in a whole variety of careers some of which are listed below. (
  • Despite this, we've never failed to find capable, willing graduates who recognise the opportunity sales can present as a career choice. (
  • Further, the report states that a professional doctorate helps graduates pursue a range of career paths both inside and outside of academia. (
  • With more employers cutting jobs and some boosting qualifications for open positions, recent college graduates are worried they'll fall behind in their careers. (
  • Objective To report the career specialty choices of UK medical graduates of 2015 one year after graduation and to compare these with the choices made at the same postgraduate stage by previous cohorts. (
  • Among the graduates of 2015, general practice (27.8% of first choices) and hospital medical specialties (26.5%) were the most frequent first choices of long-term career. (
  • Our previous studies of the long-term career plans of UK medical graduates surveyed 1 year after graduation have included the cohorts of 1974, 1977, 1980, 1983, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2000 and 2002 in order to provide this information. (
  • The aim of this paper was to report the career choices of the graduates of 2015 one year after graduation and to compare these with the choices made by previous cohorts at the same career stage, to present trends in firmness of specialty choice, to compare men's and women's choices, and to compare career choices of graduates from different UK medical schools. (
  • Each medical school in California was sent a survey of its graduates' specialty choices from 1993 to 1998. (
  • Results EM was specified as a first choice of career by 4.2% of graduates in postgraduate year 1, 4.8% in year 3, and 3.8% in year 5. (
  • Graduates who chose EM were much less likely to be certain about their choice than those who chose other specialties. (
  • As part of a prospective cohort study of Swiss medical school graduates on career development, 522 fourth-year residents were asked in what speciality they wanted to qualify. (
  • Accordingly, it is important to understand trends in and motivations of UK medical graduates with an interest in a career in cardiology. (
  • There is a need for reliable information about the choices made for cardiology by men and women medical graduates. (
  • One of the many criticisms surrounding the change to MMC career pathways has been the rigidity of the new career pathways and lack of crossover between specialities. (
  • 4. To empower parents, an ECG guide titled Nurturing Dreams, Guiding Our Children for Their Future , will be distributed to all parents of Primary 6 and Secondary 2 students every year to provide tips on how they can journey and support their children in planning their education and career pathways. (
  • Gold Seal Programs and Schools are fascinating, individualized pathways based on college fields of study and in-demand, lucrative careers - everything from Early College High School to aviation, cybersecurity to International Baccalaureate, world languages to fine arts, and much more. (
  • Schools and universities which should have been more focused on designing career pathways were busy overloading students with knowledge making them take an entire lifetime to figure out something useful of all the knowledge dumped onto them. (
  • The UK Medical Careers Research Group has studied the career preferences of junior doctors, across all specialties, and their subsequent career pathways, for many years. (
  • Advance your career with our workforce training options. (
  • Because we are competing in a global market with a shortage of medical professionals, we recognize the value young people will bring to Bermuda by choosing career paths that are projected as being needed at the hospitals. (
  • This means that people now consider their career paths more carefully and will switch between roles more easily. (
  • After narrowing down your list to about three career paths, you need to plan how to get to your destination. (
  • The aim of this paper is to describe the first cohorts of MD-PhDs in the social sciences and humanities, to characterize their training and career paths, and to better understand their experiences of training and subsequent research and practice. (
  • Thus, stereotypical self-characterizations affect men's and women's life and career decisions differently [5] . (
  • Amongst other influencing factors (like gender stereotyping of and biases towards applicants), such career decisions are co-responsible for the continuing imbalance between men's and women's careers: The unequal distribution of women and men in different work fields (horizontal gender segregation) and the higher representation of men in leadership positions and other positions of power (hierarchical gender segregation) [6] . (
  • We want to make it easier for employees to make that choice and pursue their aspirations. (
  • By partnering with CCBC to deliver training for high-demand careers, Amazon is proud to give eligible employees the tools they need to make a move and pursue their aspirations. (
  • The main findings of this study were that gender role stereotypes and the patriarchal ideology communicated through the hidden curriculum reflected teachers' attitudes and influence that contributed to girls' career aspirations and choices. (
  • Despite these reforms, women remain marginalized in a number of areas within society, thus affecting their education and career aspirations. (
  • and (ii) to better understand how teacher attitudes and expectations influenced, specifically, the girls' career aspirations. (
  • What motivates the career aspirations and choices made by girls in Zimbabwe? (
  • How do teacher attitudes and expectations influence girls' career aspirations? (
  • future career aspirations and expectations are essential precursors of adult attainment. (
  • This study aimed to investigate the influence of gender, personality traits, career motivation and life goal aspirations on the choice of medical speciality. (
  • They also assessed their career motivation and life goal aspirations. (
  • How to get girls to choose, and stick with, STEM careers. (
  • At a New America/Future Tense event on March 27, Gavin, Klawe, and other leaders in the STEM community took on the gender gap, asking not only "How do we get more girls interested in STEM careers? (
  • but also "How do we keep women in STEM careers? (
  • Women are marginalized little by little at "at every step of the way," along a STEM career path, explained Carol Greider, the 2009 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and a professor and director of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at John Hopkins University School of Medicine. (
  • Could this perfectionism, she wondered, be inducing a kind of psychological drift from STEM careers? (
  • But long before women were questioning their ability to handle a STEM career, the gatekeepers of those professions played the role of the doubter. (
  • We found there is a biological influence on that interest toward things, so maybe women aren't going into STEM careers because what they're interested in-people-isn't consistent with an interest in STEM careers,' researchers said. (
  • Maybe we could show females ways in which an interest in people is compatible with STEM careers. (
  • Other research shows that women, on an unconscious level, steer away from STEM careers because they think it will make them unattractive to men. (
  • The study published last week by the Association for Psychological Science sought to discover why women are still less likely than men to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, despite their gains in math enrollment and performance over the last decade. (
  • Our study shows that it's not lack of ability or differences in ability that orients females to pursue non-STEM careers, it's the greater likelihood that females with high math ability also have high verbal ability," said Ming-Te Wang, one of the study's co-authors and developmental psychologist at the University of Pittsburgh, as reported by Business News Daily . (
  • Wang and her colleagues found that students who had high math abilities were less likely to choose STEM occupations when they also demonstrated strong verbal ability, but that those who fared well in math but less so in verbal skills were more likely to choose careers in STEM. (
  • Wang said the research reveals a critical link in the debate surrounding the dearth of women in STEM professions: Those who are most successful in math tend to define themselves by that strength and are therefore more drawn to careers that apply it. (
  • Meanwhile, Andrew's social media incident last week highlights a persistent gender bias in STEM, one that Inside Higher Ed suggests will likely continue until more women choose to enter the field, much to Andrew's dismay. (
  • However, engineering has the highest turnover rate among skilled professions such as accounting, law, medicine, and higher education, so the return on investment in STEM careers is not optimally realized, given the substantial amount of money spent preparing and training engineers, said Fouad. (
  • At the same time, while there is significant literature related to factors that influence students to choose STEM careers more generally, there appears to be a lack of literature that addresses factors that influence students to choose a career in cybersecurity. (
  • Gender differences in financial risk aversion, in turn, can be associated with differences in career choices: For example, in our academic institutions, ≈36% of female MBA students choose a risky career in finance (e.g., investment banking or trading), whereas 57% of male students do so. (
  • For example, in our sample set, 36 percent of female MBA students chose high-risk financial careers such as investment banking or trading, compared to 57 percent of male students. (
  • 3. When approaching your job search, ask yourself what you want to get out of your career. (
  • In fact, if you search for the number of careers on the internet, you'd be overwhelmed. (
  • The search was structured around the key terms: Medical Student, Career Choice and Preceptor, and variants of these terms. (
  • The proportion of students selecting family medicine as a first choice for residency fell from a high of 44% in 1992 to 25% in 2003, the lowest percentage ever. (
  • In their fourth year of residency 439 (84.1%) participants had made their speciality choice. (
  • One year after graduation, the percentage of doctors specifying cardiology as their first choice of long-term career rose from the mid-1990s from 2.4% (1993 cohort) to 4.2% (2005 cohort) but then fell back to 2.7% (2009 cohort). (
  • Finally, both testosterone levels and risk aversion predicted career choices after graduation: Individuals high in testosterone and low in risk aversion were more likely to choose risky careers in finance. (
  • Additionally, the researchers reported that the link between risk aversion and testosterone predicted career choices after graduation: individuals who were high in testosterone and low in risk aversion chose riskier careers in finance. (
  • PUNE: Hundreds of students end up making bad career choices under pressure from their parents to choose subjects they think are important to succeed in life, point out city-based psychologists and career counsellors. (
  • A June 2010 survey by HHMI of its investigators and early career scientists showed that 73 percent of those who responded collaborate internationally, and 62 percent have international postdoctoral students in their laboratories. (
  • Join the Psychiatry Interest Forum (PIF) for access to free events, information and career-guidance specific to medical students and doctors interested in psychiatry and mental health. (
  • Illustration of the choice faced by students in the experiment that assesses their risk aversion. (
  • However, students should be sure to research the job placement success of a career training school before enrolling, according to the Federal Trade Commission. (
  • Students can choose computer technology courses to booster their resumes by inquiring with hiring managers, employers, college educators, and career and em. (
  • Students were surveyed in grade 12, then again at the age of 33 when their careers were established. (
  • Ian Fox, GSKIL president, said the company has a long history of encouraging Bermudian students to consider healthcare as a career. (
  • GlaxoSmithKline plc is a world-leading pharmaceutical and healthcare company and the Bermuda subsidiary, GlaxoSmithKline Insurance Ltd, is very pleased to financially assist local students pursuing university studies in healthcare careers," he said. (
  • Over the last 10 years the number of medical students choosing family medicine as a career has steadily declined. (
  • Studies have demonstrated that career preference at the time that students begin medical school may be significantly associated with their ultimate career choice. (
  • We sought to identify the career preferences students have at entry to medical school and the factors related to family medicine as a first-choice career option. (
  • Students were asked to indicate their top 3 career choices and to rank the importance of 25 variables with respect to their career choice. (
  • Moreover, students who chose family medicine were much more likely to demonstrate a societal orientation and to desire a varied scope of practice. (
  • If the factors that influence medical students to choose family medicine can be identified accurately, then it may be possible to use such a model to change medical school admission policies so that the number of students choosing to enter family medicine can be increased. (
  • In Canada the number of medical students choosing family medicine as a career option is declining. (
  • The reasons why medical students choose their careers are complex. (
  • Others have demonstrated that career preference at the time of entering medical school may be a significant predictor of students' eventual career choice. (
  • 27 Although there is movement during medical school between the desire to practise family medicine and the desire to practise specialty care, many students end up in careers that are closely related to their choice at the beginning of medical school. (
  • The purpose of this study was twofold: to understand what career preferences medical students have at the beginning of medical school and to determine what factors influence choosing family medicine as a career. (
  • Students reacted to discordant role-modelling by challenging, dissociating themselves, with silence or with confusion followed by attempts at individual transformation to realign careers and behaviours with those of teachers. (
  • The career center uses these segments to help students think about who they are and what they want to do after Davidson. (
  • Students can begin to develop an 'ideal' career checklist and language for describing their career choices," said Johnson. (
  • The workshops, led by career center staff, guide students through the four personality segments. (
  • The MBTI debriefs formerly were part of the first year Davidson 101 session hosted by the Center for Career Development, but the center later shifted the emphasis in the Davidson 101 session to how students could connect to the office in more directly career-related ways. (
  • Because of the success of the past two years, the Center for Career Development and RLO plan to continue to offer biannually the MBTI debrief workshops to first year students. (
  • In fact, according to a 2013 report of the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International Doctoral Education Task Force , more than 2,300 doctoral students completed their programs and pursued a variety of careers at educational institutions, industry, public and not-for-profit organizations. (
  • Students had to choose repeatedly between the lottery and a fixed payment at increasing values. (
  • 1. In line with continual efforts to empower students to make better-informed education and career choices in school and beyond graduation, the Ministry of Education (MOE) will be providing more resources to encourage them to discover and develop their abilities and passion. (
  • 2. Students can look forward to increased access to quality counselling in education and career guidance (ECG) and useful ECG programmes with the successful recruitment and deployment of 50 trained ECG Counsellors to Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges/Centralised Institute as well as the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and the polytechnics. (
  • will be distributed to all students and their parents to illustrate the numerous education and career pathway possibilities after their GCE N-, O- and A- Level examinations. (
  • In a job market where many top jobs didn't even exist a decade ago, how can teachers help prepare students for careers that haven't been invented yet? (
  • While preparing students for careers is not the sole purpose of education, it's clear that teachers and guidance counselors are working hard to help students understand their post-graduation options. (
  • Each video features four professionals (selected from among the attendees and speakers of TEDGlobal 2013) reading career-related questions submitted directly by students . (
  • Students can also suggest questions, participants and careers to be featured in future videos. (
  • Preparing ALL students for success in college, career and community leadership. (
  • The research identifies changes in perceptions regarding the factors that these students consider important in choosing a career and pays attention to four groups, namely female non-computing major students, male non-computing major students, female computing major students and male computing major students. (
  • Another important finding is that male computing major students appear to be totally re-evaluating their beliefs regarding what is important in choosing a career. (
  • This study utilized a mixed-methods case study approach with the goal of providing insight into what factors influenced students in an accredited university cybersecurity program to choose cybersecurity as their career. (
  • Key findings suggest strong themes of factors that influence students to choose cybersecurity careers and these students' interests in traditional computing subjects as well as subjects specific to cybersecurity. (
  • 2 per cent of the students bemoaned either a lack of or inadequate family income as the most common impediment towards realising their chosen career choices. (
  • Despite successful efforts in California to increase the number of graduating medical students entering primary care residencies, general surgery remains a popular career choice. (
  • Are medical students influenced by preceptors in making career choices, and if so how? (
  • Stagg P, Prideaux D, Greenhill J, Sweet L. Are medical students influenced by preceptors in making career choices, and if so how? (
  • The aim of this systematic review was to understand if and how medical students' career choices are influenced by their interactions with preceptors. (
  • Required preceptorships as short as 3 weeks' duration influence the career choice of students when they rate the preceptor as a high quality teacher. (
  • Preceptors who are judged (by students) as high quality teachers have the greatest influence on student career choice by up to four-fold. (
  • The positive influence of relationships between preceptors and students on career choice is strongest where there is continuity of preceptors, continuity of care, and continuity of patient interactions. (
  • In free choice, longitudinal integrated clerkships' duration of placement and continuity relationships with preceptors have the greatest influence on medical students in pursuing a primary care career. (
  • There are lots of reasons our students choose to study with Open Colleges! (
  • Here 3 students tell us how they chose their courses. (
  • These three students chose their courses for very different reasons - are you nearly ready to jump into some study? (
  • Built upon three components (attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control) of the theory of planned behavior (TPB), the purpose of this paper is to analyze the factors that influenced accounting students' intention to pursue public accounting instead of private accounting as their career choice in China. (
  • If they do not provide career counseling services, you might consider working with a career counselor to take a few career assessments. (
  • Assessments can provide additional information about your personality, interests, skills or values to assist you in your career planning. (
  • He or she may choose to wait until all other assessments are finished since, as mentioned previously, the personality inventory is just one of several assessment tools. (
  • The "best job for everyone" doesn't exist, the career you want to lead may not truly suit your personality and the job which seems to suit your ability may not be the career you love. (
  • Your career satisfaction will only be maximized when you know what you are uniquely designed to do and then match that with the career that needs your skills, talents and personality. (
  • I compare this to trying to force yourself into a career that doesn't align with your personality type," explained Johnson. (
  • However, personality should not be the only factor you consider when choosing a career . (
  • The best way to learn about your personality is through the use of "career personality tests. (
  • A career development professional , such as a career counselor , can administer a personality instrument and help you utilize what you learn from it. (
  • The career development professional will choose from among several personality inventories . (
  • It must be stressed that while personality inventories are often called "career personality tests," there are no right or wrong answers as there would be on an exam. (
  • Gender had the strongest significant influence on speciality choice, followed by career motivation, personality traits, and life goals. (
  • Multivariate analyses of covariance indicated that career motivation and life goals mediated the influence of personality on career choice. (
  • Personality traits were no longer significant after controlling for career motivation and life goals as covariates. (
  • The effect of gender remained significant after controlling for personality traits, career motivation and life goals. (
  • As far as we know there appear to be only a few studies on personality traits, career motivation and personal life goals as influencing factors on speciality choice [ 4 ]. (
  • Further, the training you have gained as a former athlete is transferable to a number of different arenas and industries and a career counselor can help you identify how this experience might translate into another field. (
  • KATRINA DAVY, M.A., Ed.M, is a Santa Monica-based professional career counselor who has worked in university and private settings. (
  • you may eventually choose to work as a mental health coordinator, therapist, social worker, or counselor. (
  • Intertwined in my own chains and failed attempts to breakthrough brought me face to face with a career counselor at Dignosco. (
  • Mohanty, now 46, could have chosen an easier life. (
  • Stanford, too, has revamped its work-life policies after realizing that faculty, afraid of looking cavalier about their careers, weren't taking flexible time off, said Valantine. (
  • Choosing the right career can make a difference in your life. (
  • Are you going to take this job as a real career that you want to lead for the rest of your life? (
  • It's been important to me to have a life as well as a career, and psychiatry is one of the medical professions that lets you do that. (
  • I would encourage you to start by sitting down and really thinking about what you want out of your professional life and career. (
  • As a group the 41.7% of the respondents who consider themselves "career changers" - those who started professional life in non-environmental roles - are even more satisfied to have made the change, with 77% saying they are either satisfied or very satisfied. (
  • Not only can a career as an electrician be a vastly satisfying one- bringing with it fantastic opportunities for a healthy work-life balance-it also has the potential to become incredibly lucrative, with a wide variety of progression routes on offer. (
  • In the past two years, the MBTI has been accompanied by debrief workshops sponsored by the Residence Life Office (RLO) and the Center for Career Development. (
  • By the condition of the market, you must make important choices in life. (
  • Our holistic approach to coaching is effective for career seekers wanting to find their passion and career path for life. (
  • I chose the worst year to get my life together. (
  • I chose the worst year to get my life together," said Zheng, a first-generation college graduate who lives in Chicago's McKinley Park neighborhood. (
  • This effort is part of the national SkillsFuture movement, which seeks to provide Singaporeans with opportunities to make informed choices based on their areas of strengths and interests, and develop to the fullest throughout life. (
  • With motherhood comes one of the toughest decisions of a woman's life: Stay at home or pursue a career? (
  • Results Positive comments reported by trainees centred around the concept that choosing GP is a positive, family-focused choice which facilities a good work-life balance. (
  • Through life-skills courses and programmes, learners should not only be exposed to various career choices, but also made aware of available sources of finance such as bursaries and loans. (
  • Does anyone else feel like they have to choose between having a career and having friends/a good social life? (
  • From career inspiration to life, study and industry insights - we'll keep you in the know. (
  • Gender had the greatest impact on speciality and career choice, but there were also two other relevant influencing factors, namely career motivation and life goals. (
  • Motivational guidance throughout medical training should not only focus on the professional career but also consider the personal life goals of those being mentored. (
  • Help your child make decisions about their future career by encouraging them to become aware of their strengths and interests. (
  • These results suggest that testosterone has both organizational and activational effects on risk-sensitive financial decisions and long-term career choices. (
  • Studies on career options, decisions, goals, and development provide an overview of the scientific profession. (
  • In general, women are more risk averse than men when it comes to making important financial decisions, which in turn can affect their career choices," said Sapienza. (
  • This is the first study showing that gender differences in financial risk aversion have a biological basis, and that differences in testosterone levels between individuals can affect important aspects of economic behavior and career decisions," said Maestripieri. (
  • A podcast that can help you make great decisions to get the most out of your career. (
  • they discuss all the jobs they have had, the people that influenced them, and the decisions that led them to their present career. (
  • Stereotypical self-characterizations of women and men can result in different career decisions - contributing to the continuing gender imbalance in leadership and many career fields. (
  • We explain how stereotypical self-characterizations develop and how they influence career decisions, behavior, and even performance. (
  • These stereotypical self-characterizations have important consequences for people's decisions and behaviors - especially when related to their careers. (
  • Our aims are to describe doctors' early intentions about seeking careers in cardiology, to report on when decisions about seeking a career in cardiology are made, to compare differences between men and women doctors in the choice of cardiology, and to compare early career choices with later specialty destinations. (
  • In addition, this page includes sections that publish information on job searches, salary surveys, and career fairs. (
  • For information on upcoming events in Dallas, please visit the Dallas Career Fairs page. (
  • You will need to complete registration on Eventbrite's site and once completed, you will receive a VIP pass and be redirected back to Choice Career Fairs. (
  • Watch this video and see how Gold Seal gives families the power to choose an education that's a match for their student's interests, learning style, and college and career dreams. (
  • This kind of essay writing was proven to boost a student's academic career and help enhance his/her performance from the course. (
  • It's a platform to make your career whatever you want. (
  • But before you apply, find out more about salary, career progression, and other benefits you can expect to make sure teaching is right for you. (
  • Unmarried women in India's first SOS Village make careers-complete with stresses, medical benefits and pensions-out of caring for large groups of abandoned and orphaned children. (
  • Are you prepared to make sacrifice after picking this career? (
  • A recent study in the journal Hormones and Behavior found that genetics play a key role in the career choices we make . (
  • Psychiatry is an attractive and exciting career choice that provides an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of patients. (
  • To make the choice more salient the option chosen is embolden, as shown in the picture. (
  • What career fields have a promising future and how can I make the transition? (
  • Knowing more about yourself and your goals will help you to make an effective career decision. (
  • But beyond those similarities, the separate focuses make these different careers. (
  • But to find a career that'll make you enjoy your work and know more about yourself, you need to consider several things. (
  • How do I believe in myself again and make a choice I can truly own? (
  • How can I stop spinning my wheels, climb out of the deep rut I dug myself, make a choice and act on it with conviction? (
  • Only 20% of the respondents identified family medicine as their first career option, and about half ranked family medicine in their top 3 choices. (
  • Respondents described how women in medicine were maligned as potential surgeons and were expected to put family before career. (
  • In Jiang's study, 51.5 percent of 136 respondents prefer to choose a private accounting career. (
  • In our study, only 31 out of 163 respondents (19 percent of respondents) prefer to choose a public accounting career. (
  • 34% of respondents who specified cardiology as their sole first choice of career one year post-graduation were later working in cardiology. (
  • Aims To report career choices for and career progression in psychiatry. (
  • With this as background, we analysed data about career choice for, and progression in, EM in a large multi-purpose study of doctors' careers. (
  • The aim of our study was to ascertain what comments, both negative and positive, are being made in UK clinical settings to GP trainees about GP and to further explore these comments and their influence on career choice. (
  • We surveyed all foundation doctors and GP trainees within one region of Health Education England regarding any comments they experienced relating to a career in GP. (
  • We also conducted six focus groups with early GP trainees to discuss any comments that they experienced and whether these comments had any influence on their or others career choice. (
  • Trainees perceived that negative comments may be discouraging others from choosing GP as a career. (
  • A mixed methods paper by Alberti et al looks to ascertain comments from trainees about their career choices at number seven, finding that negative comments towards general practice as a career do exist within clinical settings and are having a potential impact on poor recruitment rates to GP training. (
  • In addition, accountability for the public funding for MD-PhD programs requires knowledge about this growing population of trainees and their career trajectories. (
  • There has been very little research investigating the training and career outcomes of the growing number of MD-PhD trainees in the social sciences and humanities (SSH). (
  • Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) has been encouraging young Bermudians to pursue careers in healthcare for decades. (
  • Helping patients is so rewarding - I encourage young Bermudians to consider careers in healthcare. (
  • Lynae Joseph, BHB career development coordinator said: "Scholarship recipients will one day join our team as fully qualified healthcare workers. (
  • If you are a young Bermudian looking for a rewarding, challenging and exciting career, we encourage you to consider pursuing a path in healthcare. (
  • LinkedIn's list gives data for the most promising jobs of 2017 based on the potential for career advancement, job growth, and salary. (
  • October 18, 2013 The 7th Annual Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards was held on October 19, 2017, at Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires, and was broadcast on October 21, 2017 through Nickelodeon. (
  • In this study, we investigated whether interindividual variation in testosterone can account for both between- and within-gender variation in financial risk aversion and career choices. (
  • While there has long been debate about the social and biological differences between men and women, new research by the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the University of Chicago's Department of Comparative Human Development explores how the hormone testosterone plays an important role in gender differences in financial risk aversion and career choice. (
  • The new paper, "Gender differences in financial risk aversion and career choices are affected by testosterone," has been published in the Aug. 24, 2009 early edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). (
  • Why choose psychiatry as a career? (
  • A diverse range of psychiatrists talk about why they chose to go into psychiatry as a specialty, and why they're passionate about their work. (
  • Research from 2012 also suggests that psychiatry is also one of the best financially rewarded careers in Australia today, with psychiatry placing in the top 10 earning jobs in the country and psychiatrists earning more than many of their medical colleagues. (
  • There was an increase in the percentage of first choices for anaesthesia, psychiatry, radiology and careers outside medicine. (
  • Other current shortage specialties, apart from radiology and psychiatry, are not showing an increase in the number of doctors who choose them. (
  • One and three years after qualification, 4-5% of doctors chose psychiatry. (
  • Most doctors who chose psychiatry one and three years after qualification were working in psychiatry at year 10. (
  • Hours and conditions of work, the doctor's personal assessment of their aptitudes and skills and their experience of the subject as a student influenced long-term career choices for psychiatry. (
  • Brockington & Mumford ( 2002 ) discussed strategies that might improve recruitment, and concluded with a call for work to examine trends in, and factors that might influence, career choices for psychiatry. (
  • In this paper we aim to inform discussion about recruitment to psychiatry by summarising and expanding our findings on early career choices obtained from surveys of all medical qualifiers from all UK medical schools in selected years since 1974. (
  • In this paper, for simplicity, we have counted each individual who gave psychiatry as a tied first choice as a doctor choosing psychiatry. (
  • The 28 recipients, chosen from 760 applicants, represent a wide range of disciplines, from neuroscience to virology to plant science. (
  • We also ask recipients whether they have 'definitely', ' probably' or 'not really' made up their mind about their choice of long-term career. (
  • About to start his Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), he explains why he chose teaching. (
  • First choices for general practice declined among women from 36.1% for the 2005-2009 cohorts to 33.3% for the 2015 cohort, and among men from 22.4% for the 2005-2009 cohorts to 19.3% for the 2015 cohort. (
  • Conclusions Career choices for general practice remain low. (
  • The original question was about whether teaching was a compatible career with Buddhist lay practice, and I said it certainly was, stating the reasons. (
  • In general, MD-PhDs in the social sciences and humanities have careers that fit the goals of agencies providing public funding for training physician-investigators: they are involved in mutually-informative medical research, clinical practice, and teaching - working to improve our responses to the social, cultural, and political determinants of health and health care. (
  • Unlikely though it is, however, Alex Trebe's career is an inspiring example of a best communication practice. (
  • Daniels was injured in practice so Choice was announced the starter for the game. (
  • Large gender differences remain in the choices for some specialties. (
  • Further work is needed into the determinants of junior doctors' choices for shortage specialties and those with large gender imbalances. (
  • Conclusions Early career choices for EM are less predictive of career destinations than choices for other specialties, and, compared with many other specialties, doctors who pursue it may turn to it relatively late. (
  • The medical specialties chosen by doctors for their careers play an important role in the development of health-care services. (
  • The correspondence between early choice and later destination was not particularly strong for cardiology, and was less strong than that for several other specialties. (
  • As with all clinical specialties, there is a need to ensure that the specialty attracts, selects and retains those junior doctors who are best suited to a future career in the field, while not raising expectations that all who want a career in cardiology will achieve one. (
  • Arts is still considered a poor cousin of science subjects, even though it offers plenty of interesting and even well-paying career options. (
  • Take your child on field trips when you can when you are ready to teach them about career options. (
  • When you discover what you want to take from your career, you will find that your options have narrowed considerably. (
  • Career options change fast, and we want to ensure that the series is serving the actual, and always evolving, curiosities of young learners. (
  • Listen in to learn about Dr. Rimawi's unique path to medicine and his alternative career options as a fellow. (
  • Solved] Psychological Disorder Activity As you pursue your career options, you may eventually choose to work as a mental health coordinator, therapi. (
  • If only parents had been more supportive and had encouraged their children to broaden their horizons and to choose a certain career after exhausting all other options, we could have avoided such a dilemma altogether. (
  • We give practical tips on how people themselves as well as organizations can minimize the influence of self-stereotyping to foster more equal gender distributions and career trajectories. (
  • Main outcome measures Grouped and individual specialty choices. (
  • Although social and cultural expectations for risk behavior and career choices in men and women differ, biological differences between the sexes could play an important role in these differences in behavior. (
  • Or if, like Rebecca, you're not sure exactly what you want to do when you graduate, choosing a double degree can open up infinite career possibilities. (
  • I have never regretted choosing this career path for a single moment. (
  • Whether you're choosing teaching as your first job, or looking to change career, the thought of taking your first class can be daunting. (
  • So when it comes to choosing a career, these women prefer jobs related to 'things' rather than 'people,' as opposed to most females. (
  • I had a tough time choosing a career. (
  • They answered a series of questions that asked them to choose between accepting a guaranteed monetary award or choosing a risky lottery with a higher potential payout. (
  • Choosing a career can be overwhelming if you don't know how to do it. (
  • I went to an Ivy League college (not even of my own choosing--I was forced to rescind my initial choice as it was not HYP), and it was assumed I'd be premed. (
  • In some previous analyses, we have counted those who gave a tied choice as a '0.5 equivalent' (or '0.3 equivalent' as appropriate) doctor choosing the specialty (Lambert et al , 1996 a , b , 2003 ). (
  • In addition, it seems that accounting majors in China are not enthusiastic about choosing public accounting career. (
  • However, before deciding whether or not to pursue a bachelor‚Äôs degree you should carefully consider how this degree relates to your overall career goals. (
  • If you have a clear sense of your career goals, start by reviewing current openings in that field. (
  • And remember that the best choice for you will depend on your unique interests and goals. (
  • For the last 2 decades, we have found that a subscription-based program is best for your career transformation process because it provides regular meetings for accountability, consistency and maximum support to ensure you achieve your goals and are prepared for any career shifts. (
  • CCBC has transfer agreements with numerous four-year colleges and universities making CCBC a smart choice for a seamless transition! (
  • HHMI funds 327 HHMI investigators and 48 early career scientists who direct laboratories at universities and research organizations throughout the United States. (
  • The American Institute of Chemical Engineers has recently added a new feature, Career Choices for Chemical Engineers, to their Website. (
  • This table shows maximum likelihood estimates of a probit model where the dependent variable is equal to one if the subject has chosen finance as his/her first job after graduation, and zero otherwise. (
  • Unlike traditional tuition reimbursement programs, we exclusively fund education only in areas that are well-paying and in high demand according to sources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and we fund those areas regardless of whether those skills are relevant to a career at Amazon. (
  • Not only do they have the opportunity to raise their game through education, these are specialist skills courses that can really lead the way to a totally different career path. (
  • Whether you choose our Full-Time, Part-Time or Executive MBA program, you'll enjoy the same unparalleled education, exceptional faculty and distinctive culture. (
  • Adults 18 years and over can find education classes in employment training, skill upgrades and post-secondary education through their local One-Stop Career. (
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  • The breadth of education I received at UCD has been pivotal in my career. (
  • The uncharacteristically large sample-which was global in demographic scope-was familiar with financial risk by virtue of their education, and many pursued financial careers after business school. (
  • Even though Zimbabwean schooling is structured to provide education that fosters freedom or autonomy to all pupils by offering subjects and equipping them with skills deemed necessary for them to take charge of their own destiny, this structure and the curricula offered within it restricts girls' career choices. (
  • 217 opinions shared on Education & Career topic. (
  • A graduate of Loughborough University and executive education at INSEAD, Simon began his career in advanced powertrain development and research at Ford Motor Company. (
  • Hear from just a few teachers who have made that choice and never looked back. (
  • Doctors serve the nation, which is why there is no need to be skeptical about the choice you have made. (
  • Mike's a professional Sales and Marketing Director and his biggest frustration is seeing the careers of too many people slow down before they should.Be introduced to an incredible group of leaders who tell their story and how they have made it to the top. (
  • On Career Crossroads, host Jonathan Collaton talks to one guest each week about the expected and unexpected choices they have made to get where they are in their career today. (
  • Besides the obvious - that 1970s Birmingham was an entirely different experience culturally from 1970s New York City, a gritty and turbulent place gripped by crime and fiscal crises - Pence made a decision that would influence the rest of his career and propel him into the national spotlight on more than one occasion: He transitioned from studying philosophy to studying bioethics, or the intersection of the ethics of medical and biological research. (
  • when she flew to L.A. to launch the show that made her career. (
  • Now that his college career is over and a professional one looming, Willis wants Big Blue Nation to remember him "as a kid who made it through some tough times and came out on top. (
  • What made fashion student Olivia choose to do a course online? (
  • and to understand when doctors who actually did become cardiologists first made that choice. (
  • Academic Innovations is best known for its nationally-acclaimed Career Choices series and®, cutting-edge classroom technology, relevant professional development and excellent customer service. (
  • Because radio has done such an exceptional job of evolving alongside technology and consumer expectations, it's managed to stay incredibly relevant as a career choice. (
  • Like many of our innovations at Amazon, the Career Choice Program is an experiment. (
  • 28 Consequently, defining the factors that influence career choice at the start of medical school is important. (
  • In yet another Teen Vogue article written by Savannah Sly, a career sex worker, advice is given to teen girls about how they can use sex to gain more power in society - the goal being to lure more young girls into the sex trade by enticing them with ideas about power and influence. (
  • The longer the duration of the preceptorship the greater the influence on student career choice, particularly in primary cares environments. (
  • This review adds to the literature by identifying how differing components and combinations of components of a preceptorship influence medical student career choices. (
  • The doctors' 'domestic circumstances' were a relatively unimportant influence on specialty choice for aspiring cardiologists, while 'enthusiasm/commitment', 'financial prospects', 'experiences of the job so far' and 'a particular teacher/department' were important. (
  • With a diploma in fine arts from the South Delhi Polytechnic for Women, she is looking forward to a career in web design. (
  • A study found that when it comes to career choices, men prefer things and women prefer people. (
  • whereas women lead the ranks in creative careers and those based on serving people. (
  • More specifically, women demonstrating both mathematical and verbal proficiency are less likely to pursue careers in the former area. (
  • Making Career Choices: Women and Men in Obstetrics and Gynec. (
  • When women leave the profession, it is a loss to organizations, a loss to the women themselves if that is not their preferred choice, a loss to the United States' competitive edge, and a loss to society. (
  • First choices for surgery declined among men (from 29.5% for the 2005-2009 cohorts to 21.7% for the 2015 cohort), but not among women (12.3% for the 2005-2009 cohorts and 12.5% for the 2015 cohort). (
  • The goal of the program is to create a cohort, of at least 50%women, who are prepared and confident research leaders who choose to create researchinitiatives that are larger than their current scope of activities. (
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  • Men were more likely to give cardiology as their first choice than women (eg 4.1% of men and 1.9% of women in the 2009 cohort). (
  • The percentage of doctors who gave cardiology as their first choice of career declined between years one and five after qualification: the fall was more marked for women. (
  • A logistic regression was performed using career choice (family v. other) as the criterion variable and the factors plus demographic characteristics as predictor variables. (
  • Leisure Activities in Adolescents as a Predictor of Occupational Choice in Young Adults: A Longitudinal Study. (
  • Find out how you can advance in your career and get that promotion you deserve as well as explore the different job opportunities available in the market . (
  • If you are unsure of what type of position you‚Äôd like to secure, I would encourage you to explore the career resources available at your current school. (
  • As this quick video shows , it's where families explore all the Gold Seal Programs and Schools of Choice up close, ask questions, and get assistance in applying - all in one place! (
  • Top biomedical scientists from 12 countries will receive an important boost at a critical time in their careers from HHMI's inaugural International Early Career Scientist awards. (
  • This volume presents a compilation of more than 70 studies on the prospective scientist and his career. (
  • The first section presents some psychological aspects of career choice and development in the research scientist. (
  • During this stage, you will research occupations and eventually choose your best option based on what you learn. (
  • Gen Z college grads struggle to launch careers in pandemic economy. (
  • It's an exciting career path to take. (
  • So sorry to learn you don't like your job or career path. (
  • One of the most appealing things about this career is the ability to continue earning while learning and developing your skills, meaning you're never tied down to a single path. (
  • In this video find out how to know which career coach is right for you, including the specific questions to ask regarding your career path. (
  • It is only through understanding your long-term career path that we can confidently find you the right fit with the right employer. (
  • Find articles, podcast episodes, and videos that spark ideas in lifelong learners, and inspire those looking to advance in their careers. (
  • You can use career tests and self-assessment tools to find out more about your traits. (
  • With this challenge in mind, TED-Ed set out to design an interactive, open-ended series that helps young learners find out more about careers they're interested in … and careers they simply never knew existed. (
  • And, what careers may they find frustrating or draining? (
  • Come to the Choices Expo and learn everything you need to know to find the perfect Fort Worth ISD Gold Seal Program or School of Choice for your student. (
  • These four factors taken together serve as a better way to find the right career than any one of them does alone. (
  • The book explores "people making choices and learning from their mistakes," Pence says, and includes discussion of some of the most famous bioethics cases and their issues, such as Terri Schiavo's right-to-die legal case that stretched from 1990 to 2005. (
  • It describes their routes to professional development, characterizes obstacles to and predictors of success, and explores career trends. (
  • Whether you're new to study or returning to uni to advance your career, it's important to know there's a job for you when you graduate. (
  • The decision to study these degrees was motivated by the fact that I always had a keen interest in mathematics, and wanted to pursue an applied career in this field. (
  • In this study we sought to unmask factors in the Zimbabwean school curriculum that orient girls into not only pursuing different subjects at school, but also following careers in fields traditionally stereotyped as feminine. (
  • Conclusion Our study demonstrates that negative comments towards GP as a career do exist within clinical settings and are having a potential impact on poor recruitment rates to GP training. (
  • The study sought to determine the impact of poverty and how family income influences the ability of their children to pursue their preferred career choices. (
  • Why should you choose to study a course online? (
  • Lisa chose her course because she needed the flexibility to be able to study while looking after her children. (
  • One of the questions asked is 'What is your choice of long-term career? (
  • Thousands of people like you choose to train as a teacher every year. (
  • This simple career theory helps people think about the type of person they are and the environment they would most enjoy working within. (
  • We have chosen talented people who we feel can build connections with our scientists. (
  • What are people saying about the leadership at First Choice Home Care? (
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  • People that are social, organized, and analytical could excel in this career. (
  • If you believe in motivating people to push for better results, then this is the career for you. (
  • Being a surgeon is unlike any other career: you operate on people. (
  • People who score higher on extraversion than any of the other traits will have particular strengths, and therefore may thrive better in particular careers. (
  • Self-stereotyping is relevant especially in the work context, because people tend to behave in line with their self-views, for example, when deciding which career to pursue. (