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Unformatted text preview: Through the semester of freshman year experience I have been able to find out many interesting attributes about myself. While during this time the information gathered about my personal life has not been career oriented, doing the PinPoint analysis has helped me to further explore occupational options in the future. As a child growing up I always imagined myself dressed in business attire and working in the city, yet that has since been altered. Over the years I have realized that my strengths do not lie within numbers and calculations but rather in the interaction of people and their well being. This realization was additionally shown through the analysis. Today, in my eyes an ideal job for myself would be a kindergarten teacher due to many reasons. I feel that the youth of today is our future and what we make of them at a young will help to improve and better living in our country. While many look down upon the teaching degree today because it does not pay in millions of dollars, they do not realize that you are paid back in millions of smiling faces. Growing pay in millions of dollars, they do not realize that you are paid back in millions of smiling faces....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course UUNI 100u taught by Professor Mcbride during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.
- Spring '08