Career

1. Jovanna has determined that she wouldn't want to be a nurse because she really doesn't like the sight of blood and she tends to not work well under pressure. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point)
eliminating options that don't match her characteristics
eliminating options that she has little chance of entering
eliminating options that don't pay enough
identifying transferable skills

2. Barrett has determined that he wouldn't be able to afford the lifestyle he wants if he is a teacher. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point)
eliminating options that don't match his characteristics
eliminating options that he has little chance of entering
eliminating options that don't pay enough
identifying transferable skills

3. Frannie has determined that if she is a computer technician, a lot of the skills she will learn on the job would also be useful in several other careers that interest her. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point)
eliminating options that don't match her characteristics
eliminating options that she has little chance of entering
eliminating options that don't pay enough
identifying transferable skills

4. Billy has realized that due to a poor occupational outlook, he unfortunately will probably not be able to be a psychologist immediately upon graduation from college. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point)
eliminating options that don't match his characteristics
eliminating options that he has little chance of entering
eliminating options that don't pay enough
identifying transferable skills

5. When completing career matching, if many of your characteristics are very different from those of people in the job then: (1 point)
this would be a good career match for you.
this career is unlikely to be a good fit for you.
you may need to do more research, or consult your feelings.
you will need to start over with your entire process.

1. don't match characteristics
2. don't pay enough
3. identifying transferable skills
4. little chance of entering
5. unlikely to be a good fit

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  1. You're right on all five.

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  2. I got the same answers

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