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Lecture 3

CDAE 158 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cover Letter, Employment Agency, Formal Methods
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Fall 2018

Department
Cmty Dev & Apld Econ
Course Code
CDAE 158
Professor
Fritz
Lecture
3

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Social Enterprise
- People
- Planet
- Profit
Demographic trends
- Working parents: more food service and child care
- Leisure time: more interest in health, technology, and recreation
- Longer life spans: demand for travel, health care, and retirement facilities
- Employment training: demand for teachers, corporate trainers, and related careers
Industry trends
Services industries with greatest employment potential:
- Information technology
- Health care and medical terminology
- Business services
- Environmental sciences
- Social services
- Sales and retailing
Obtaining employment experience
- Part-time employment: develop contacts

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Social Enterprise People Planet Profit Demographic trends Working parents: more food service and child care Leisure time: more interest in health, technology, and recreation Longer life spans: demand for travel, health care, and retirement facilities Employment training: demand for teachers, corporate trainers, and related careers Industry trends Services industries with greatest employment potential: Information technology Health care and medical terminology Business services Environmental sciences Social services Sales and retailing Obtaining employment experience Parttime employment: develop contacts
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