Job shadowing is an experience where students spend a day or a few days observing a professional in their profession. While job shadowing, students can easily learn about different careers and help decide which position they would enjoy the most. Participants may follow a doctor making her rounds in the hospital, observe a teacher conducting class, look over building plans with an architect, or something completely different, depending on who you shadow.
Job shadowing is popular with students because it introduces them to different careers and helps them decide which career would be the best fit them. Job shadowing for high school students is especially helpful because knowing which jobs you enjoy can help you decide on a major when you begin applying to college and universities.
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