After completing her studies in human service, Linda Jonson undertook to add her knowledge and experience by enrolling for a bachelor’s degree in human service gerontology. The improved knowledge and skills were crucial in her professional growth that now leaned towards offering her services to the senior members of the community. Senior members of the society still have a lot to look forward to and therefore require special care to ensure they maintain the personal relationship with their family and friends. Based on her career path, Linda Johnson joined the Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board in order to gain the necessary approval to practice in the field. After high school, Linda Johnson entered military service where she got the chance to serve in different capacities. It is after retirement that she decided to take the opportunity to offer services to others in society. A career in human services provided the best professional background for Linda Johnson to practice in this area. While completing her studies in human services, she worked as a real-estate broker.Given the nature of her professional life, Linda Johnson has been able to serve society in different capacities. Firstly, while in the military, Linda Johnson had the chance to serve her country at a time. This was important for her sense of identity even as she was entering her adult years as she had already determined her role in life, which prevented role confusion from setting in.
This essay provides biographical information based on the life of Linda Johnson. The project is based on information regarding personal data, educational accomplishments, professional and career choices. The last parts of the essay are about the form of the life lived in senior years…
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