Wednesday, May 14, 2014
These careers effect our economy greatly. They contribute to our nations economy because it effects our safety and our traveling. My two careers were an industrial and health engineer and a traffic technician. the engineer plan and coordinate safety programs. The technicians test things that effect peoples driving. With both these jobs its about traveling on the roads and safety. The government has to put a lot of money into this making it a career cluster that effects our economy. Every time there is a crash, or a road gets tore up, the government has to pay for it. It contributes to the other clusters because everything contributes to the economy in one way or another. It may effect them if they relate in anyway to transportation and the safety while doing so.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Recently I have been asking my students to make connections between their personal lives/chosen careers and those careers they choose to research in class. I ask them to to think about how semi-random research can be tied to meaning for them, personally. This week, among other things, we have researched two careers in the Government and Public Administration cluster. I would like to know why students chose to research the careers they did and how they "connect" to their own chosen career I choose to research the careers Public Administration and architectural and engineering managers. I choose public administration because with that job they help people, and with my chosen career you help people being an EMT. I choose an architectural and engineering manager because they have to be responsible and they care for what others and are worried about making the people happy.