Is an expression of career maturity
Is primarily influenced by one's vocational orientations toward or away from people
Results from expression of one's vocational self-concept
Represents verification of one's personal modal style
The main focus is on cultural identity and job satisfaction.
The role and scope have become narrower, focusing mainly on topics such as career choice and job satisfaction.
The role and scope have become more complex, including other issues such as workplace changes and global economy.
The main focus is on helping people find jobs.
Physical or cognitive disabilities
All of the above
To meet the needs of minority and immigrant workers
To help people find jobs (originally)
To meet the needs of society as it shifted from rural to urban living in the industrial age
To classify skills of entry soldiers into the military
Ignore the concern
Refer to a counselor specializing in personal counseling concerns
Address the concern, integrating it with the career counseling concern(s)
Redirect the conversation back to the client's stated goal for career counseling
Behavioral, social and economic
Biological, economic and social
Biological, psychological and social
Economic, psychological and social
Helping clients eliminate unnecessary life roles
Helping clients achieve a balance of life roles
Helping clients increase the time spent in their leisure role
Helping clients adjust their other roles to meet the demands of the work role
Multicultural career counseling model
Make decisions for people
Eliminate the job of a career counselor
Enhance the efforts of a career counselor
Overcome client inhibitions concerning the use of a computer
Welfare of the professsion
Oath of secrecy
Boundaries of competence
When your employer requests the information
When another professional requests the information
When there is clear and imminent danger to the client or others
Right to know consent
The ability to love and work
A satisfying sex life
The ability to sublimate instinctual forces into one's work
Satisfactory resolution of the Oedipal (or Electra) triangle
People with disabilities be treated like everyone else
Training programs for individuals with disabilities to live independently be provided
Sensitivity training for people without disabilities to better understand people with disabilities be provided
Individuals with disabilities not be discriminated against with respect to access to employment
Students graduating with a career plan
Students graduating with specialized skills
Students graduating with several college offers
Students graduating with multiple scholarships
Criticize your former employee
Ask questions of your interviewer
Smile often and make eye contact
Research the employing agency or institution prior to the interview
Spend at least 15 minutes reviewing each resume
Look for what the company can provide for the applicant
Look for resumes that look good and are easy to review
Search for information that would determine whether applicant should be hired
An example of tech-prep
A function of cooperative education
Called an apprenticeship
Unregulated by federal and state laws
Should be done by different individuals with different qualifications.
Have little in common, as personal issues do not affect career issues.
Overlap considerably as both career and personal issues affect each other.
Can be done by the same persona if the counselor recognizes that the two types of counseling are significantly different.
Values inventory or scale
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
Guide for Occupational Exploration System
Standard Occupational Classification System
Failure to assess their values
Failure to assess their interests
Lack of available occupational information
A lack of knowledge about social service occupations
Women tend to earn more while men earn less.
Women tend to enter highly paid professions.
Women receive high salaries early in their careers.
Men tend to earn more while women earn less.
Psychometric findings about values
The idea that career choice is an extension of peoples personalities.
The research detailing specific principles used to work adjustment theory.
Find a person a job
Identify the degree of fit between the person and the occupation
Seek support and possibly refer an individual to a more skilled professional or an employment agency
Identify areas in one's life that have affected the success or failure on a previous job and not make the same mistake again.
More likely to give up
More likely to use drugs
A goal statement
Self-reliance is emphasized
Individual goals defer to group goals
Group goals defer to individual goals
Food gathering is an important social event
Sales and kindred
Scoring well below average
Scoring right at average
Scoring well above average
All of the above
Tends to be trusting, is self-disciplined and responsible, and tends to be worry-free.
Tends to avoid new experiences, is somewhat disorganized, and tends to worry.
Is creative, enjoys being in large groups where s/he feels relatively uninhibited, and is pretty much worry-free.
Is more likely to prefer working alone or with a small group, tends to worry, and is self-disciplined and responsible
A retired person
Artistic and Investigative
Enterprising and Investigative
Realistic and Investigative
Conventional and Investigative
Work adjustment theory
Social cognitive theory
Krumboltz's social learning theory
Bartering is never appropriate under any circumstances
Bartering for either services or physical objects is okay as long as the client is a relative
Bartering for a physical possession of the clients sometimes might be fine, but NOT bartering for client services
Bartering for client services to you sometimes might be fine, but NOT bartering for a physical possession of the clients