Real Life Challenge
A document you fill out when you apply for a job.
A person or business that hires workers
An amount that is subtracted from a paycheck, such as taxes and retirement plans
Family members that you support financially
The lowest rate of pay allowed by law
Extra time worked beyond the normal hours of the job.
When you get a higher position at work. Ex: a teacher becomes a principal
People employed by an organization or business
People who are asked to recommend a person for a job
A summary of your educational and work experience.
A set amount of money paid at regular intervals; also referred to as income
Overall income or salary before taxes and other deductions
Also called your "take home" pay or what you have left after deductions
Training, classes, or other knowledge you need to perform a job
Skills needed to work with other people and exchange information
Your goal is to have at least 10% of your income in this account
Refers to all the different things you pay for in a month, such as rent, car loan, etc.
Protection against possible financial loss and unexpected events, such as a car crash
Special type of clothing that may be required depending on your job
A type of deduction paid to the state or federal government
A formal meeting between an employer and job applicant about a job opening
Another term for your job or profession
A plan for spending money
A job or profession
Grouping of occupations and industries based on the knowledge and skills required; total of 16 groups
2 year college degree from a community college, university, college, or technical school.
An academic degree which usually takes four years to earn and is awarded by a college or university.
An advanced 2-year program completed after attainment of a bachelor's degree.
One of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
A professional program with practical results, such as being a mechanic, nursing assistant, or accounting assistant
A contract that outlines coverage plans and protects a person against financial loss or damage.
Money received, especially on a regular basis, for work or investments; also refers to your salary
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