40% - petes-occupations

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LWP Task 6: My lists of top five (5) keywords with occupations

  1. website developer - Web Developers
  2. Small business owner - General and Operations Managers
  3. psychologist - Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors
  4. computer consultant - Computer Systems Analysts
  5. architect - Architects, Except Landscape and Naval
  6. Green
  7. builder - First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers
  8. Bright Outlook or Rough Carpenters Green
  9. facilitator - Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators
  10. Green

Six (6) step decision making process

After I complete My Top 5 Occupations I will use the following six (6) steps to decide upon a list of the top five (5) keywords for each of at least five (5) occupation. Find each of at least five (5) occupation, then read the details about it and select a few keywords about that occupation that appeal to you and type them in the list starting at 6.3.2, then select the top five (5) keywords about that occupation and type it into 6.3.1, then COPT/PASTE that list into

  1. Awareness: My interests are the key building blocks of my LifeWork. " are, collect a list of my interests, then prioritize them to find the top 5.
  2. Know yourself: I will think about the things I (might) enjoy doing regardless of my ability (skill) to do them. I will not be concerned with prioritizing them until step 5.
  3. Explore: I will search and explore O*NET and the Internet for occupations/jobs of interest and extract those qualities that reflect my passions.
  4. Evaluate: I will identify the criteria I will use to choose an occupation/job.
  5. Choose: I will choose the best occupation/job or define my LifeWork and pursue it.
  6. Reflect:
    1. Am I consciously aware of the importance of this process and the decision I'm about to make?
    2. Did I understand and meet my needs in #2?
    3. Did I explore (#3) enough?
    4. Did I evaluate (#4) enough?
    5. Did I make the right choice (#5)?
    6. If OK, COPY/PASTE each of the top five (5) keywords into the "My lists ..." section above.

15-1131 Computer Programmers

  1. ONET web page for this occupation - http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/15-1131.00
  2. BLS web page for this occupation - http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes151131.htm
  3. CareerOneStop.org listings for this occupation in WA - http://www.careeronestop.org/reemployment/jobsearch/jobsearchresults.aspx?keyword=Computer%20Programmer&location=Washington&radius=25
  4. Replace this with a short explanation of why this occupation appeals to you.
  5. Replace this with a Google search that you will convert into A Google Alert for the following
    1. The occupation code - 15-1131
    2. The occupation name - "Computer programmer"
    3. Your top five (5) keywords about this occupation
      1. Top five (5) extracted from the following text copied from the Tasks in this occupation: write, update, maintain
      2. Write, update, and maintain computer programs or software

Replace this with the code/title of your most important occupation

  1. Replace this with the ONET web page for this occupation.
  2. Replace this with the BLS web page for this occupation.
  3. Replace this with a short explanation of why this occupation appeals to you.
  4. Replace this with a Google Alert for the following
    1. The occupation name
    2. The occupation code
    3. Your top five (5) keywords about this occupation

Occupations I've had or considered but are not part of my top five.

  1. 1964-1966 Administrative assistant (ONET 43-1011.00)
  2. 1966 - Contracts adminisrator (ONET 13-1023.00)
  3. 1971 - Programmer (ONET 15-1021.00)
  4. 1994 - Construction contractor (ONET 11-9021.00)
  5. 1996 - Retiree - working more than ever on stuff I love - my LifeWork - this LifeWork Planning Services platform (ONET aspects of 21-1012.00 - Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors)


My Next LWP Task

When you have listed and prioritized your interests above and are ready for the next task, click this link Task 3: Write a few stories about things you have done


Other Resource



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  1. 12/29/11 - created



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