This presentation should summarize what you learned from your Chapter 3 assignment about careers.Â You will research information about your careers’ salary, education level, duties, ethical issues,and emerging technologies. You want to find out what a person in each career does but you also need to investigate criteria for each career that we will use for evaluation.Â Your presentation topics:
1. A brief description of 3 technology careers in the technology field.
2. Describe each career in detail includingÂ salary (based in MD, VA, and DC geographical area), education level or certification needed, and duties.Â
3. What emerging technology (within the past 5 years) is used in the industry (your chosen careers) to improve production or work flow.Â
4. What are the ethical issues of all three careers.
5. Include 4 different references.Â
Before you began constructing your presentation do the following:
Â· Read about evaluating website on the PGCC Library web site. Go toÂ
Â· Review APA style reference atÂ
Â· Look up the criteria for each of your careers on the Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook HandbookÂ Â
Â· Look up the criteria for each of your careers on O*NetÂ Â
Â· Look up the criteria for each of your careers on a site of your choice
Â· Find at least one site that identifies an ethical issue(s) for your careers
Â· Find at least one site that identifies an emerging technology(ies) for your careers
Â· Keep all (4 or more) URLâ€™s in a Word document using the Word reference feature.
You will be able to complete the PowerPoint presentation with the student resources provided. Your presentation must include:
2. TransitionsÂ Â
3. PicturesÂ Â
4. AnimationÂ Â
5. Audio – Audio should enhance the purpose of your presentation. Do not just add random music or read your slides.Â
6. PowerPoint slides
7. Video (convert the PowerPoint into a video)Â Â
You are required to follow Guy Kawasaki’s 10 20 30 rule. This rule is you should have no more than 10 slides, you should not talk for more than 20 minutes and you should not use a font size that is less than 30 points. Look Guy up and see what his background is. Check out his web page. He explains the rule nicely in this short video: