Student’s NameTutor’s Name Subject Date Professional Identity For a long time classification of professions have been a topic that have been long debated several researchers have developed different criteria which differentiates occupations with profession (Slay Holly and Delmonize 86). Previously a person was considered to be a profession after attaining and completing a certain training credentials and certification of a professional occupation the person would also be expected to internalize the values and norms of this profession that way they qualified to be referred as professionals (Caza and Bagozzi 232). Recently the researchers have decreased the criteria for professional occupation classification they are insisting that professional occupation can either be skilled-based or education based or even both (Trede Franziska Rob and Donna 365). Also in the current places of work which is been flocked by workers who have independent knowledge the term profession is used to describe how a is an athlete they should be taking another role such as being an entrepreneur so that they can feel the fulfillment of their work. Work cited Caza B. B. and R. Bagozzi. Working through adversity: The effect of professional identity on resilience and burnout at work. Working Paper 2015. Harrison Louis et al. "Living the dream or awakening from the nightmare: Race and athletic identity." Race Ethnicity and Education 14.1 (2011): 91-103. Houle James LW Britton W. Brewer and Annette S. Kluck. "Developmental trends in athletic identity: A two-part retrospective study." Journal of Sport Behavior 33.2 (2010): 146. Slay Holly S. and Delmonize A. Smith. "Professional identity construction: Using narrative to understand the negotiation of professional and stigmatized cultural identities." Human Relations 64.1 (2011): 85-107. Trede Franziska Rob Macklin and Donna Bridges. "Professional identity development: a review of the higher education literature." Studies in Higher Education 37.3 (2012): 365-384. [...]
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