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an official report that has a list of classes you took and the grades received


permission that is given to someone to study at a college


the charge or fee for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university


a sum of money given to a student to pursue his or her studies

financial aid

money given or lent to students at college to pay for their education.


a unit that shows you have completed part of a college course


that which is required by an academic institution in a course of study.


a teacher of the highest academic rank in a college or university

community college

a college that people can go to for two years to learn a skill or prepare for university


an institution of learning of the highest level authorized to confer both undergraduate and graduate degrees

vocational school

a school that teaches you the skills you need to do a particular job.


courses taken by a student to gain entry to a higher course or towards a final qualification


the main subject that you study at a college or university


the second main subject that you study at a college or university


a person who works for another in order to learn a trade

associate's degree

a two-year degree awarded by community colleges, career schools, colleges, and universities


a student in the first four years of college

bachelor's degree

a university or college degree received after four years of study

graduate school

a college where you can study for a master's degree

master's degree

a university degree you get by studying for 2 years after your first degree


the highest level of degree given by a university


a person's usual or principal work or business, esp. as a means of earning a living; vocation


a job that needs special education or training


a form to be filled out by an applicant, as for a job or a driver's license


a written list and description of your education and previous jobs


someone's education, experience, etc. that prove s/he has the ability to do a job


a person who knows you well and writes a letter containing information about you, usually to a new employer


a formal meeting in which someone is asked questions, usually to find out if s/he is good enough for a job


to employ someone to work for you


the person/s who pays someone to work for them


someone who is paid to work for a person, organization, or company


a particular job, especially one in which you work with your hands

minimum wage

the lowest amount of money that can be legally paid per hour to a worker


the practice of using workers, supplies, or parts from an outside company instead of producing them yourself


the people who work for an employer


money that you receive yearly as payment for the organization you work for

hourly wage

the amount you earn for every hour you work


time that you work on your job in addition to your usual working hours


money or help that you get (such as insurance) as part of your job.


the money that you make from working


someone you work with, especially in a profession


a move to a better more responsible position at work

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