Researching Careers in Your Library It is never too early to begin researching careers. Instructions Complete your research project using these steps. 1. Using a reference book (such as the Occupational Outlook Handbook), choose a career area that interests you. 2. Research the skills, education, and experience you would need to work in that career area. Your research can utilize any number of resources including books, magazines, and the Internet. 3. Write a brief profile of your chosen career, including a de script ion of jobs in the field, education or training requirements, potential earnings, and working conditions. 4. Present your profile to the class.
1/23/17 Government often steps in when businesses act unethically. Business leaders have incentive to promote corporate integrity and thereby limit further government regulation. Morals principles of right (good or desirable) conduct Ethics a system of setting forth standards of right conduct concerned with judgement on conduct. o Judgement that conduct is right or wrong as measured by a certain standard. To answer questions such as: o How should I act in this particular situation o Is this action right or wrong in this situation Business Ethics typically looks at the decisions businesses make or have to make and whether those decisions are right or wrong. Sources of value f