Caring for career paths support the physical, emotional, spiritual, economic, and other needs of people. These careers represent a broad cross-section of career possibilities.
Typical job titles for people who choose caring for career paths include:
- social worker
- day care provider
Caring for careers may be with organizations that have a mission of supporting public needs.
Caring for careers often require a special major, as with social work or medicine. Many also require a specific residency or internship in order to be licensed to practice. Some caring for careers may only require certificates, such as for day care.
People in caring for careers need to be able to:
- interact with people
- solve problems
- handle winning and losing
- analyze problems