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Cover letter
A letter you compose and send with your resume to explain more details about your previous experience or what makes you well suited for a particular job opportunity
Full-Time Employment
An employee who works an average of at least 30 hours per week
A student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, at a trade or occupation in order to gain work experience in a particular field
The process of exchanging professional or personal information and developing contacts to further your career
Paid Work
When an employee is given compensation for employment including a salary, wage, or stipend and/or other benefits such as health insurance, company stock, etc.
Part-Time Employment
An employee who works an average of less than 30 hours per week
A short document describing your education, work history, etc., that you give an employer when you are applying 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
Unpaid Work
When an employee is not given any monetary compensation for their work
Someone who generally works part-time, in service of a company or organization, without pay
A set amount you are paid for every hour that you work; also called hourly pay