The following list identifies some of the environments, routines, policies, management styles, and other
characteristics of the world of work. The list is designed to assist you in recognizing what is important to you.
E-Portfolio Layout Guidelines
Your e-portfolio will be graded according to the point values for each page that are indicated here.
The portfolio offers the opportunity to expand on the short descriptions included in your resume.
Each section should includ
SURVEYING THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE
Half of Xeroxs employees work on foreign soil and less than half of Sonys employees are
More than 50% of IBMs revenues originate overseas; the same is true for Citigroup, ExxonMobil, DuPont, Pro
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Networking and Mentoring Relationships
Q: How important is networking?
A: Its the KEY factor in reaching your career goals!
About the Hidden Job Market:
The Hidden Job Market consists of all the jobs that are available and need to b
SOC/FAS 324 ASU Online
Informational Interview Instructions and Scoring Rubric
The purpose of this interview is to get in-depth information about your prospective career field by
talking to someone who is already working in the field right now. Doing in-p
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Job Interviewing The Basics
The Purpose of a Job Interview:
Job interviews are a two-way street: they are a medium for both applicant and employer to get
additional information, beyond what has been obtained earlier in the recruitment/applicat
Skill 1: Teamwork
Teaching & Choreography of Dance
Teach at Cannedy Performing Arts Center
Choreograph student dance performances
2005 - Present
Skills: Leadership, Teamwork, Creativity
Skill 2: Leadership
Coaching & Choreography
Arcadia High School Color
Workplace Culture Assignment Instructions & Rubric, & Answers
You must type up a description of their ideal workplace in terms of the seven elements of
workplace culture described in the reading. You must write at least two complete sentences of
Interviewee name: Casey
Job title: Entrepreneur
1. Q: What alternatives did you weigh; which of your values and/or life circumstances did
you consider, in making career decisions?
A: Well, when I was in college (at ASU) I decided to major in finance becau
1234 W. Candylane Ave. Sugartown, AZ 85345
February 20th, 2011
ATTN: Human Resources
New York City, NY
Dear Human Resources,
I found out about this position through Shape Magazines websit
Occupation: Real Estate Broker
1. Q: What is a typical work day like for you?
A: A typical day of work for me consists of looking for new business, maintaining
business and managing the Real Estate transactions.
2. Q: What types o
Occupation: Business owner
1.) Q: What types of knowledge and skills are important for your job?
A: Effective communication. I have to be able to connect to my audience to
really persuade them to buy the product. If you cant connect with
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Work Philosophy Statement
I believe in using the skills and experience that I have to make a huge impact on the medical field
by changing and challenging the traditional ways that patients are being treated. As an employee
in the medical field
D.A.T.A. Instructions & Rubric
Embedded in the reading, Career Guide for the 21 st Century Worker (in Week 9 of the Weekly
Activities) is the acronym D.A.T.A., which stands for Desires, Abilities, Temperament and
The author of that reading defines
Occupation: Elementary School Teacher
1. Q: What types of knowledge and skills are important for your job?
A: Patience, Patience, and Patience! A teacher must understand that students
learn in various ways, and they hav
SOC 324 Mock Interview Essay Rubric
Your Name: _Lauren
1. Read through all documents on interviewing inside Required Readings, plus the
30-Second Biography in Info Interviewing, before you complete this essay!
2. Save this document to your d
SOC 324 Mock Interview Rubric
Your Name: Kaliegh Huckey _
Read through all documents on interviewing inside Required Readings,
plus the 30-Second Biography in Materials on Interviewing and the
Mock Interview, before you complete this assignment!
1. Save t