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Different jobs require different kinds of education or training. Trade schools, certificationprograms, and colleges are a few examples. In this video, you will research the educationalrequirements for the career paths you are interested in.
Many professions offer a way to increase your knowledge and skills with additional educationand training. If you find different educational requirements for the same career as you research,choose the minimum requirement. For example, you might learn that the minimum requireddegree for a journalist is a Bachelor's degree, but you could go on to earn a Master’s.
Also, not all professions require a degree. For some, you might need a certificate orlicence. Or you might have to complete an apprenticeship with on-the-job training.
To begin research the minimum education required for someone who wants to go into the firstjob on your spreadsheet. Review requirements from at least three sourcesto make sure your information is reliable. Type the education requirement and the sourceinto your sheet.
Next, record the most common education requirement for this career, according to your sources.
At the bottom of the column, add a label such as "minimum requirement” and bold it.
Then, add the educational requirement that appeared most often in your research.
Then, repeat these steps to find the educational requirements for additional careers.
Now, it’s your turn: Insert educational requirements and sources,Add a “minimum requirement” label under your sources and bold it,Add the most common educational requirement, And repeat these steps for additional careers.