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2. What is globalization? Globalization can be referred to the McDondaldization orWesternization of the world (Lorrelle, Bryd, & Crockett). Continual Process Market Forces Life-Changing Events 3. Job security is the likelihood that an individual willmaintain his or her career or job. Changing of the Timeso Leading to Performance Appraisals Pay-for-Performance (Zunker, 2012) Pay-for-Knowledge (Zunker, 2012) 4. Biological Forces Sociocultural Forceso Genetic/Health Related o Social/Cultural Psychological Forces Life-Cycle Forceso Mental/Emotional o Events Affecting Various Ages Groups 5. PEF PEF is not a single Person Environment Fit construct but revolveso Identifying Self around the individualso Environmentperceived fit (Rehfuss,o Exploring Potential2012).Work Environments 6. 1)Technical Function Competence2)Managerial Competence3)Autonomy-Independence4)Security-Stability5)Service-Dedication Core values, interests, and abilities that are developed during early careers 7. Age 25 to 44 Objective Indexes Salary, Merit Pay,Regulations, and Policies Balancing Intimacy andIsolation Subjective Indexes Meeting Expectations, Building Harmonious Goal Attainment, andRelationships Match Between Personaland Employer Needs (Zunker, 2012)(Zunker, 2012) 8. Midcareer can de described as the middle phase of an individuals work life, with its own set of tasks and social-emotional needs. Having a Greater Understanding andIdentification within the Total System of aCareer Field. From the Counselor/Educator Perspective 9. Bridge Employment Age This can be describedas when an individualcontinues the same Detachmenttype of employment in apart-time or reducedcapacity with less Familyresponsibilities andobligations. Retirement Programs Health Care 10. Pros Cons Making a Living Social Status Less Time With Family Dual Earning No Flexibility of Schedule Self-Fulfillment Less Income 11. In my opinion, a person will toggle backand forth between roles depending ontheir life changing events. Each role withget ample occupancy. Career counselingis truly needed in adults. 12. Have you ever beenemployed and felt likeyou health wasdiminishing due to thestress of your career?If so, explain thesituation? Would you choose toremain in thatparticular job? Why orWhy not? 13. Lorelle, S., Byrd, R., & Crockett, S. (2012). Globalization andcounseling: Professional issues for counselors. TheProfessional Counselor: 2(2), 115-123.Rehfuss, M. (2012). Counselors perceived person-environment fit and career satisfaction. The CareerQuarterly. Retrieved on July 3, 2012 fromhttp://www.readperiodicals.com/201206/2699885801.html.Zunker, V. (2012). Career Counseling: A Holistic Approach.Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning. Belmont, California.