* Career Interest Profiler, Competencies, and Work Culture Preferences * After completing the Career Interest Profiler, Competencies, and Work Culture Preferences activities I have a better understanding in how I will fit in and how my strengthens can help me be successful in my desired field of study. The Career Interest Profiler activity has determined a good career match would be; a credit analyst, auditor, risk management specialist, and an accountant.
Possible degree options that would better fit these potential careers are Bachelor’s of Science in accounting, in business with a concentration in finance, and a Bachelor’s in Science in business with a concentration in global management just to name a few. The competencies activities have revealed my strengths are in Delivering Results, Following Instructions, Coping with Pressure, Organizing, Taking initiative, and finally adhering to Values.
The Work Culture Preference activity has determined that my ideal work environment would have a very high work load, be a fast moving, demand goals and expectations of high performance, have career advancement, high salaries with rapid promotions and other benefits, career development, and the chance to learn new skills, career would be secure and stable, the company would focus on employment welfare, and have lots of personal development and feedback.
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A couple possible employers based, on my strengthens determined by the competence activity in relation to the job market research tool are McGladery, PriceWaterHouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young. McGladery, McGladrey LLP is the largest U. S. provider of assurance, tax and consulting services focused on the middle market, with nearly 6,500 professionals and associates in more than 75 offices nationwide.
McGladrey is a licensed CPA firm. (www. mcgladery. com/about/about). PriceWatersHouseCoopers, PwC focuses on audit and assurance, tax and consulting services. Additionally, in the US, PwC concentrates on 16 key industries and provides targeted services that include — but are not limited to — human resources,deals, forensics, and consulting services. We help resolve complex issues and identify opportunities. (www. pwc. om/us) All three of these employers are here in Tucson. McGladery in specific offers a few different internships in different seasons throughout the year, in different fields. These internships are offered to students that have 12-16 months left in obtaining there bachelor’s degree. After some research I believe a career in accounting, risk management, audit planning, and compliance would fit my Work Culture Preferences activity well.
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