Trial Lawyer Career

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As a class we took a career diagnostic test. The results of my test were plentiful when it came to the list of careers that I seemed interested in. I narrowed it down to three careers which were a trial lawyer, social worker and a school administrator. These careers are different in the job they do but all serve for one purpose. The day to day life of a trial lawyer, social worker and school administrator are spent helping other people better themselves. When I began to start my life I believe the best career for me is a trial lawyer. The first thing that I need to do that will help me reach this career is the education process. The process to becoming a trial lawyer just like any other lawyer you must have a bachelor’s degree, taking the LSAT…show more content…
School routines usually consist of them stepping in when they notice change in a child behavior at school, which is a common thing at a high school or any grade level school. They usually deal with students who are having problems with the pressure being put on them by their parents, teachers, and coaches and often even their peers. Needless to say this could appear to be to much for a child to handle all by themselves. Social workers work to make the environment they are in , whether it being school or home a safer place for them to be in. People in this field focus on helping students deal with the problems and pressures that they may face every second of the day, both at home and in school. There are a number of problems that a school social worker can help a student cope with or even work to overcome it. The main type of problems that these social workers try to help students with are the problems that they may face in school. For example students that may seem to be struggling academically or socially may be approached by school social workers. Severe behavior problems might also be evaluated by school social…show more content…
In some ways a social worker can be considered a school administrator with the amount of power they have. They both want what is best for the children that attend whatever school they are working at. In some cases when a child is having behavioral issues they are sent to social workers because children are proven to open up more when they are comfortable and aren’t afraid they will get in trouble with the administrators. Social workers are usually able to figure out the problem. Where the administrators would just punish them for the action that was committed so they can learn their lesson. Overall the school administrators have the upper hand because whether a not a child is having issues at school or at home it’s up to them to speak on the matter and if they don’t then the admin can do as they please with the student. Some people could argue that the school administrators have the more important job, being that they have to handle behavior, budgets, drills and everything else going on in the school, but has anybody ever stopped to think how hard it is to pick at a child mind to get out what is bothering them. Children who are having problems at home are usually scared to talk about in fear of getting someone in trouble or even getting in trouble
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