Career Exploration Final Exam
Terms in this set (30)
The number of openings predicted for
Series of related jobs in a particular career field
A form that a person fills out to try to gain employment
A person who isn't related to you, but would say you are a good worker.
Date of birth
Work at least 40 hours a week and includes benefits
Works less than 40 hours a week.
Temporary & Seasonal
A job that you do for a short time. Like mowing lawns, shoveling snow, and watering gardens.
Health insurance, eye insurance, or paid days off
Specific tasks that you do for a company
Meeting of people to learn more about a person applying for a job
Job Specific Skills
Skills needed to know to get a specific job. Such as, a CDL or certified in CPR
Ability to do common skills, that can be used in many jobs. Such as, reading, writing, and math
College or University
A school that provides four or more years of education. Includes Bachelors, Masters, and PhD
School that provides a two year degree (Associates degree).
Online school that can be completed anywhere.
On the job learning from a trained professional. Must complete this to get certified in some jobs
Schools that teach hands on skills, such as, hairstyling, welding, and being a mechanic
Short-term work, little or no pay. Must be completed to get a college degree.
A school you go to when in the military
Beliefs, feelings, and ideas about what is important in the job you work in.
Research on the job
Look up information about the job before the interview.
the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future
money that is borrowed from the government for school and is expected to be paid back.
a sum of money given by an government for college that does not have to be paid back
An Associates degree requires how many credits
A bachelors degree requires atleast how many credits
This highest degree you can obtain
PHD or Doctorates
Degree that you can obtain after a bachelors
There are how many career clusters