02.02 eco - Career Path Chart Considering your interests and expectations identify two career paths that suit your interests and abilities Complete the

02.02 eco - Career Path Chart Considering your interests...

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Career Path Chart Considering your interests and expectations, identify two career paths that suit your interests and abilities. Complete the chart and reflection questions based on your research of your chosen career paths. Potential Career Paths Career Information Career Path Option 1: Lawyer Career Category: Criminal Justice Career Path Option 2: Orthodontist Career Category: Dentistry Job description (including daily responsibilities) Lawyer- To defend the client you are representing. You would work inside courtrooms, but also perform  many duties outside of court, including researching, preparing cases, and offering advice to your clients. Orthodontist: Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the study and treatment of malocclusions Requirements for path (school, military, training, age, location, skills, etc.) Lawyer: To become a lawyer, you'll need a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, which takes around three years to earn. Then You’ll have to take the LSAT to get scores in order to apply for law schools and start your practice. Orthodontist: 2 or 3 years of college and complete their bachelor’s degree while attending dental school Salary/benefits information Lawyer: 114,970 A Year Orthodontist: 240,000 a year Opportunities for advancement
Lawyer: Working as associates such as judges and other types of lawyers. Also, going into a practice or

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