A series of related jobs build on a foundation of interest, knowledge, training, and experience
Principles that you live by and the beliefs that really matter to you
Communicating with people you know or can get to know to share information and advice
Someone to whom you've been directed by a contact who is already part of your network
A brief summary of your personal information, education, skills, work experience, activities, and interests.
A one-page letter telling the employer who you are and why you're sending your resume.
A formal meeting between an employer and a job applicant.
People who will recommend you to an employer.
The posture, gestures, and eye contact people use to express themselves non verbally.
Following a worker for a few hours to a few days on the job, learning by watching and listening.
Something you aim for
A process of setting goals, developing a plan achieve them, and putting the plan in to action.
Making a trade off when more than one goal cannot be achieved
Any money that you receive
Every time you receive money you pay yourself first.
The money you have coming in, as well as the money you have going out.
A plan for managing your money during a given period of time.
The total amount of income from your wages or before any payroll deductions.
"Take home pay" The amount of money of money left after payroll deductions.
Rule of 72
Used to determine how long it takes for your money to double
Time Value of Money
The relationship among time, money, and the rate of interest.
The process of earning interest on interest.
Spreading your money among different savings and investments.
One type of growth investment
One type of income investment
A.P.R. Annual Percentage Rate
Cost of the loan per year as a percentage of the amount borrowed.
Payment you make for the use of another's money.
Amount you owe with an obligation to pay back.
Amount of financial trust extended to you by a lender.
Something of value that lenders can repossess if you are unable to repay a loan as promised.
A means of guaranteeing your financial protection against various risks.
The amount you pay for an insurance policy.
The chance of loss from some type of danger.
A written contract detailing what an insurance company will cover, how much it will pay, and how much you will pay.
Things that make life more interesting and fun but that people can live without if they have to
Things we must have to survive; for example, food, clothing, water, shelter.
Goals that you want to achieve within the next 3 months.
Goals that are set for 3 months to a year.
Goals that will take you more than a year to achieve.
Expenses that are the same amount every time.
Expenses that are not fixed.
Expenses that aren't paid every month and can be either fixed or variable.
Interest = Principal x Interest Rate x Time
An endorsement that consists of only the endorser's name.
An endorsement that consists of the words "Pay to the Order of" and another person's name. The "payee" is transferring the check to someone else.
This endorsement limits the use of the check to the purpose given in the endorsement. An example is "For Deposit Only" then the payees signs.
How you deal with the chance of a potential personal or financial loss.
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time bound