Work Force Essentials
Terms in this set (38)
work one does for pay
a series of related jobs built on a foundation of interest, knowledge, training, and experience.
the way you use your time, energy, and resources.
the ways in which a group produces, distributes, and consumes its goods and services.
demand for particular jobs.
an organized group that sets goals, makes decisions, and implements actions within a company
businesses hire other companies or individuals to produce their services or goods.
the way you want to spend your time, energy, and resources in the future.
the principles that you want to live by and the beliefs that really matter to you.
information, ideas, facts, symbols, figures, or statistics.
potential for learning a certain skill.
a skill you have already developed
the combination of your attitudes, behaviors, and characteristics
the way you see yourself
the ways that people naturally think and learn
local corporations that team up with schools, hiring students to perform jobs that are taught in their high school classes.
involves following a worker for a few days on the job, means learning the ropes by watching and listening.
more formal position and usually requires a longer-term commitment than volunteering.
your physical and social surroundings that affect your well-being.
workers construct their work schedules to suit their lives.
health insurance, paid vacations, holiday time, and retirement plan.
someone who organizes and then runs a business
expenses involved in going into business.
a contract to use something fro a specified period of time
the potential for future sales
the legal right to sell a company's goods and services
a business chartered by the state that legally operates apart from the owner(s)
the costs of doing business, such as the cost of manufacturing and selling the product.
a summary of business's income and expesnse during a specific period.
income from sales
the amount left after operating expenses are subtracted from the gross profit
the difference between the cost of goods and their selling price
information about a job opening
communicaing with people you know or can get to know to share information and advice
someone to whom you have beeen directed by a contact who is already part of your network
people who will recommend you to an employer
a brief summary of your personal information, education, skills, work experience, activites and interests
a one-page letter telling the employer who you are and why you're sending your resume.
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