Ch 27: OAE: Marketing Careers

About This Chapter

Take advantage of these entertaining video lessons and self-checking quizzes to get ready for this Ohio teacher licensing test. We'll help you review resume sections, cover letter formatting, career stages and other employment topics covered on the OAE Marketing exam.

OAE: Marketing Careers - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to prepare for OAE Marketing test questions designed to gauge your understanding of the job search process. Our experienced instructors can help you take another look at topics including:

  • Resume writing
  • Cover letter formats
  • Job interview skills
  • Strategies for evaluating job offers
  • Career establishment and maintenance
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Networking strategies
  • Career mentoring

Our instructors use an approachable teaching style that makes these marketing career topics fun to review. You'll also find visual materials in both the videos and transcripts to help you remember important resume and cover letter components and other topics you'll need to know for test day.

OAE: Marketing Careers - Chapter Objectives

The Ohio Department of Education requires marketing career and technical education teachers to pass this professional knowledge exam in order to qualify for licensure. The OAE Marketing test includes 100 multiple-choice questions that must be answered within 120 minutes; these questions cover four main domain areas within marketing

Questions covering the topics discussed in this chapter can be found in the Employment, Communication and Problem-Solving Skills content domain, which accounts for around 25% of the exam. These questions test your understanding of resume writing, job application and interview skills, in addition to your familiarity with various career stages.

10 Lessons in Chapter 27: OAE: Marketing Careers
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Parts of Your Resume: Sections & Relevant Information

1. Parts of Your Resume: Sections & Relevant Information

An effective resume starts with creating a 3-part summary of your qualifications: work experience, education and personal achievements. Every resume should be tailored specifically to match a job advertisement's requirements.

Tailoring the Content of Your Resume for a Job

2. Tailoring the Content of Your Resume for a Job

A job applicant should be knowledgeable of how to tailor the content of their resume for a specific job. A custom, detailed, directed resume offers the best chance of acquiring an interview.

The Cover Letter: Importance, Details & Format

3. The Cover Letter: Importance, Details & Format

The cover letter is a necessity when applying for a job. There is a basic format that you can follow consisting of a salutation, three paragraphs and a close that can be used to get a potential employer's attention.

How to Prepare For Your Job Interview

4. How to Prepare For Your Job Interview

The job interview is an important part of the job application process. How can you make sure that you do your best? In this lesson, we'll examine ways to prepare for a job interview, including what to do before, during, and after the interview.

How to Avoid Job Interview Pitfalls

5. How to Avoid Job Interview Pitfalls

The job interview is an important moment for many people. But many people make mistakes that could cost them the job. In this lesson, we'll examine some common interview pitfalls and what you can do to avoid them.

Responding to a Job Offer: Evaluating & Negotiating

6. Responding to a Job Offer: Evaluating & Negotiating

When a company offers you a job, what do you do next? In this lesson, we will look at what to do after you get a job offer, including how to evaluate the offer to see if it's right for you and how to negotiate for better terms.

Career Stages: Establishment, Advancement, Maintenance & Withdrawal

7. Career Stages: Establishment, Advancement, Maintenance & Withdrawal

A career stage model explains the four stages that individuals pass through in their careers. The four stages consist of establishment, advancement, maintenance and withdrawal.

Types of Opportunities to Grow in Your Career

8. Types of Opportunities to Grow in Your Career

Everyone wants to move forward in their careers, but how can you do that? In this lesson, we'll look at the two major types of career advancement, internal and external, and how to make the best of both.

Networking for Career Success: How to Make Professional Contacts

9. Networking for Career Success: How to Make Professional Contacts

Having a strong network of business contacts can really help out your career. But how do you build a network? In this lesson, we'll look at ways to make contacts, including tips for networking.

How to Find and Relate to a Career Mentor

10. How to Find and Relate to a Career Mentor

A mentor can help a person advance in their career and give them advice when they are in difficult situations. Watch this lesson to learn how to find a mentor and how to nurture that relationship over time.

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