Terms in this set (16)
A letter you send with your resume to explain your qualifications and interest in a particular job opportunity
A student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, in order to gain work experience in a particular field
The process of meeting new business contacts and building professional relationships to further your career
A short document describing your education, work history, and skills, that is used to apply for a job.
A set amount you are paid over a longer period of time, typically a year, regardless of how many hours you work
A set amount you are paid for every hour that you work; also called hourly pay
A paid career-training program where students learn on the job in addition to some classroom instruction.
A school that prepares students to enter a specific career directly after training, usually in less than 2 years.
A meeting to learn about the real-life experience of someone working in a field or company that interests you
Specific knowledge or abilities that let you tackle job-specific duties that you learn through courses, vocational training, and on the job
Personality traits and interpersonal skills that are needed to communicate and work with others
A 30-second personal summary with a request.
A feeling of not belonging or not being good enough, especially for people with marginalized identities
A social network site for building professional connections and job searching
the extras an employer provides employees in addition to pay such as health insurance or paid time off
a group of people who share similar career or background who meet to build professional skills and connections.
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