[SOLVED] Specific factual employment data

[SOLVED] Specific factual employment data

Use the EXACT headings and EXACT format as the example
Write a two to three page paper that must be submitted on Canvas by the due date listed in the syllabus “Course Outline”:
First research and write an accurate and specific job title, salary range, job description, and required education/certification. (See the example below for the information expected in each section) After finishing these sections research and write the three paragraphs on a specific job, at a specific company in a specific industry.
Paragraph #1 will discuss a particular industry in which you are interested with specific factual employment data.
Paragraph #2 will discuss a particular company within that industry with specific factual data.
Paragraph #3 will discuss a particular job within that company with specific factual data.
Students should use multiple sources to confirm the accuracy of the information used. Include a minimum of three links to the specific references about the industry, employment opportunities, and/or companies that you have researched.  Be specific, don’t just give links to general websites like glassdoor.com or monster.com.
Students may NOT use careers such as movie star, professional athlete, corporate CEO or other “one in a million” jobs.  For this assignment the career must be one that a student is likely to obtain within 5 -10 years of completing their education. For the aspiring actor, and professional athlete, choose the career that you will enter if you get an injury or career obstacle that prevents you from achieving professional status.
Students planning to be an entrepreneur or business owner should choose a career that would best prepare you for ownership. For example, if you want to be a restaurant owner, do a career plan for a restaurant manager.
Possible Textbook Resources:
The “Inside Business” section at the beginning of each textbook chapter.
The “CareerWorks!” section in textbook chapters.
The “Building Skills for Career Success” section at the end of each textbook chapter.
The “Career Center” on Cengage Unlimited
The “Introductory Activity” found on Cengage, listed before chapters 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, & 14.
Click on the Activity, and wait for 20-30 seconds to load. Then click on your choice of Activity 1 or 2.
Then click on the box where it says “Find out more about jobs you can get with a  ……”
This will provide you with specific job title, job description, salary range, and required education/certification as well as additional career resources.
www.candidcareer.com (Links to an external site.)
Google the career. Then review the credible results from newspapers—(Wall Street Journal), magazine—(Bloomberg, Economist, etc.), and multiple career sites.
Example Personal Career Plan
(Students must use these Exact Headings and Exact Format)
Job Title: Mortician/Funeral Director  (You must identify a specific job in a specific industry. Do not just list “Business manager” or “Marketing manager”.)
Salary Range: The salary range typically falls between $60,489 and $82,040. The average Funeral Director salary in Orange, CA is $69,560 as of 202X, but salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. (Make sure you include the full range from low to high, and the factors that determine it, not just one specific salary.)
Job Description: Funeral directors, also sometimes referred to as undertakers or morticians, a professional involved in the business of funeral rites. They help families plan and carry out funeral services. Most funeral directors are practicing embalmers, which means that they prepare and preserve the body before internment. Common duties of funeral directors include meeting with families, helping families plan services, embalming and preparing bodies, planning and organizing wakes and memorial services, placing obituary notices in newspapers and handling paperwork. Funeral directors may at times be asked to perform tasks such as dressing, placing the human body in the coffin, and caring for the needs and special requests of the bereaved family members. (This must be specific and detailed.)
Required education/certification/work experience: In order to become a mortician, you need at least an associate’s degree in mortuary science, though some employers prefer candidates with a bachelor’s degree. States may require completion of an accredited program for licensing. Coursework generally includes professional ethics, anatomy, microbiology, chemistry, pathology, embalming, funeral service psychology and counseling, restorative art, federal regulations and mortuary law. Additionally, business courses can benefit morticians who intend on running their own business later in their careers. Communication courses can also be helpful, since a large part of a mortician’s job is interacting with families, which may require tactful yet effective conversational skills in order to determine families’ wishes during an extremely stressful time.  The next step would be to complete an apprenticeship. The American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE) also requires morticians to apprentice for one to three years. The apprenticeship can be performed before, during or after the formal education process, depending on state requirements. Mortuary apprentices can perform work only under direct guidance and supervision of an experienced professional.  Morticians should have compassion, as well as good interpersonal, business and time-management skills. They should also have knowledge of laws and ethics regarding funeral service and preparation. Morticians are required to pass a state licensing examination. Candidates must be at least 21 years of age and have already completed an accredited 2-year degree and apprenticeship program to be eligible for licensure. Subjects covered in the national exam include psychology, business law, funeral service merchandising, funeral service history, microbiology, pathology, restorative arts, anatomy and embalming. Some states issue the funeral director and embalmer license separately. Many states require morticians to participate in continuing education activities in order to maintain licensure. Continuing education will enable a mortician to stay current on laws regarding funeral services, as well as advancements and trends in the industry. Continuing education options are available through distance or on-site learning. Distance options include webinars, teleconferences and online coursework. On-site options include professional development courses, workshops and seminars. (Make sure that you include all the specific requirements for education, certification, licensing, and the expected work experience prior to obtaining the position.)
Paragraph #1: The specific industry: Funeral Homes
The mortuary business falls into the funeral industry. Since there is a steady flow of funeral home clients, there is a need for morticians.  According to the National Funeral Directions Association, they predict 12% growth in the field over the next ten years. This is due to the retirement of older morticians, as well as the potential deaths of a large number of elderly people in the United States, requiring the use of more undertakers. In the Annual Report, the National Funeral Directions Associations announced  that the 202X U.S. cremation rate of 56.1% was an increase of 1.5% over the 202X rate of 54.6%. This is well within the rate as previously anticipated by the association. Over the past 50 years, the National Funeral Directions Associations statisticians have seen cremation rates follow a predictable growth curve, and 202X was no different. The job outlook for this specific career looks promising. (Complete this paragraph with a minimum of FIVE complete sentences of specific factual employment data for your industry.)
Paragraph #2: A particular company in that industry: Bagues Mortuary company
The independently owned  Bagues Mortuary company, located in Southern California, stands out in today’s funeral industry with a whopping 90+ years of experience. Felipe Bagues Sr. opened the first mortuary in 1927. Today his grandson, Phillip Bagues III operates the mortuary with the help of his wife and children. Bagues Mortuary is a family-owned and operated funeral home based in Los Angeles, California. It offers traditional direct burials as well as direct cremations and services with cremation.  All the staff and directors of Felipe Bagues Mortuary are bilingual in Spanish, which makes them better able to serve the needs of the Spanish community in Southern California. (Complete this paragraph with a minimum of FIVE complete sentences of specific factual data appropriate for a particular company that make it a place you would want to work.)
Paragraph #3: A Particular job at that company: Mortician/Embalmer
The particular job in this specific company, you can become an embalmer; as it is one of the few positions this company provides.  In a funeral home, the embalmer is responsible for embalming and preparing the bodies of the deceased for funeral services as well as burials or cremations. This may involve removing blood and replacing it with embalming fluid, performing complex reconstruction to disguise damage, and applying makeup to provide a peaceful, relaxing appearance.. In addition, they may have to deal with situations that can be highly traumatic, such as child deaths, victims of traumas, and more. As such, it is important for embalmers to be able to deal with large amounts of stress and to have a high level of stamina, as some cases will take very long hours and an extreme amount of work. During the course of employment as an embalmer, you can expect to wash and disinfect the bodies of the deceased to stave off infection and deterioration. In addition, embalmers must work very closely with funeral directors to meet the families’ wishes, clean and maintain the mortuary, and comply with all state and federal safety and health regulations. (Complete this paragraph with a minimum of FIVE complete sentences of specific factual data for a particular job at that company.)
Articles & References (A minimum of THREE are required.)
https://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/OccGuides/detail.aspx?Soccode=394031&Geography=0601000000 (Links to an external site.)
https://www.careerexplorer.com/careers/funeral-director/salary/california/ (Links to an external site.)
https://www.cfb.ca.gov/licensee/fundir.shtml (Links to an external site.)
https://nfda.org/news/trends-in-funeral-service (Links to an external site.)
https://www.best-trade-schools.net/programs/social-services/mortuary-science/ (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)
Grading Criteria
I want to help you avoid common mistakes and get FULL credit on your career plan. Many students lose points unnecessarily on the career plan by not following the directions. Consequently, it ends up lowering their grade in the class.
Make sure that your career plan is formatted with headings like the example career plan shown above.
Make sure that you submit your career plan on Canvas by the due date in the syllabus. No late plans are accepted.
Make sure you have identified a specific job in a specific company in a specific industry.
If you submit your plan ONE WEEK prior to the due date, I will review it and provide comments on Canvas for you to revise your plan (if necessary) prior to the due date. It is the student’s responsibility to make the necessary changes before the due date.
10 points or more will be subtracted from your score for EACH of the following common mistakes:
Not using the required career plan format & headings from the “Example Personal Career Plan”.
Not having accurate information that could be confirmed by at least two different sources listed.
Not listing the specific job title in a specific industry.
Not listing the specific salary range and the factors that determine it.
Not listing the specific and detailed job description.
Not listing all the specific requirements for education, certification, licensing, and work experience.
Paragraph #1 did not include five complete sentences providing specific factual employment data on the industry.
Paragraph #2 did not include five complete sentences providing specific factual data on a particular company in that industry.
Paragraph #3 did not include five complete sentences providing specific factual data on a particular job at that company.
The information presented is confusing.
The information presented is incomplete.
Not including a minimum of three links to the specific references about the industry, employment opportunities, and/or companies that you have researched.  Be specific, don’t just give links to general websites like glassdoor.com or monster.com.
Double check your work
After you have finished writing your career plan, double check this list against your career plan.
These points can be the difference between an “A” and a “B” in the class. Please follow the directions and avoid these common mistakes.
There are no re-submissions, late work or extensions beyond the due date listed in the syllabus.


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