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  • Most Admiral Points Of Billy's Career
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    BORN: November 30, 1955, Middlesex, England Most of you will probably know that our 'Great American Rocker ' is originally from England. He was born William Michael Albert Broad on Nov 30th 1955, in Stanmore, Mid dx. When he was just 3 years old, his father moved the family to the USA, in the hope of what Billy describes as 'finding the American dream'. They settled in Long Island, New York, but after about 4 years, Mr. Broad decided that perhaps it wasn't the 'promised land' after all & they re...
  • Protean Career
    580 words
    Careers as Lifelong Learning With the decline and / or transformation of firms that have been the ultimate providers of security to employees, such as IBM, GM, Boeing and Lloyd's of London, the career path of a series of upward moves based on a long term relationship suddenly seems pass'e'. For this chapter let us think of the career in terms of the development of a person's skills, capacities to learn and self-identity. I What has happened to careers? Downsizing, restructuring, outsourcing of A...
  • Slightest Interest In An Athletic Career
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    Careers for Sports Nuts & Other Athletic Types is an excellent resource for those who are interested in a career that involves sports. This inspiring book shows athletic career explorers how to examine the job market by looking at their own interests. This strategy is used to help guarantee job satisfaction. The author, Ray Heitzmann, a former "successful" athletic coach has put together vital information on careers in many areas ranging from coaching and officiating to sports medicine and sport...
  • Mirror Writing
    262 words
    Leonardo sped from one creative experience to another his reach as for his grasp. His career was vagrant and unfocused; in fact, he never had a career. He seemed to have had no civic loyalty. Nor devotion to church or Christ. He willingly accepted commissions from the popes or their enemies. He lacked the sensual worldliness of a Boccaccio or a Chaucer, the recklessness of a Rabelais, the piety of a Dante or the religious passion of a Michelangelo. The vast disorderly notebooks in his own hand m...
  • Diana Ross Diana Ross
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    Diana Ross Diana Ross was born in 1944. Emerging from the housing projects in Detroit to become an international superstar, she gained prominence first as a member of the supreme's, then as a solo artist. The mention of her name evokes the indelible image of the broadly smiling diva, the long hair, sequined gowns, etc. Ross first recorded on the small lupine label in 1959, as a member of the Primettes. The group signed to Motown in 1961, and later changed their names to the supreme's. In 1963, a...
  • Why I Want To Be A Firefighter
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    Firefighting is a career that can make you feel proud and accomplished, and it is a career in which I have a lot of respect for. In order to be a firefighter you must be in shape, prepared, experienced, and ready to deal with your job emotionally as well as physically. I chose to be a firefighter because I want to be able to help others and make them feel safe to live in their communities. After visiting some actual fire departments, I realized as a firefighter you certainly have a lot to be pro...
  • Adam's Early Career
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    Adam Sandler is a well-known comedian, musician, actor, screenwriter, and singer. He is known throughout the nation for his accomplishments in the entertainment business. Adam Sandler was born on September 9, 1966, in Brooklyn, New York. He was educated at New Hampshire's Manchester Central High School during the early 1980's. He later went to New York University and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 1991 ('Celeb-Site'; ). Adam's first time in the spotlight was when he was 11, and he sung...
  • Most Difficult And Important Decisions
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    Difficulty In Making An Important Decision Assignment: Describe a particular time in your life when you had difficulty making an important decision. During the course of our lifetimes we make many significant and difficult choices that affect us. These choices affect our personal and professional lives. Therefore, we make these choices with much thought and care. One of the most difficult and important decisions I have made was changing careers. Changing careers at this stage of my life, mid-lif...
  • Problems Within My Career's Society
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    I begin before the beginning. A paper must be written and papers always need to be introduced before they really begin. The first few paragraphs exist only to set up the real beginning where all the ideas that must be conveyed exist. The introduction is like the bread that presents the sandwich. Without an introduction this paper would be too messy; the meat of the sandwich would get all over the place. As I look down at all my sociology notes taken throughout the year, I familiarize the topic t...
  • Psychology As My Possible Career
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    The purpose of this paper is to explain my desire to pursue a career as a psychologist. The reason I chose psychology, as my possible career, is I would love the opportunity to help people and give advice to them. It is an amazing feeling to have someone feel they can trust and confide in you with their feelings and problems. In return you get to offer advice and have the feeling that you may be able to help someone or even possibly change his or her life. I am already aware that it takes a lot ...

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