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Mrs. Lake

Mrs. Lake's Chapter 3 Terms/Careers and Definitions/Job Examples.

Terms/CareersDefinitions/Job Examples
Internet Job Services We sites, newsgroups, and bulletin boards created by trade organizations, companies, and individuals.
Exploratory Interview Short, informal talk with someone who works in a career that appeals to you.
Cooperative Program Program combining school and work in which a local employer teams with a school, hiring students to perform jobs that are taught in school classes.
Job Shadowing Following a worker for a few days on the job to learn the routine.
Internship Formally defined temporary position, usually unpaid, that often requires a longer-term commitment than volunteering.
Service Learning Programs in which students do community service--such as helping to clean up urban neighborhoods--as part of their schoolwork.
Work Environment Social and physical surroundings of a job, which can affect a worker's well-being
Flextime Arrangement in which workers construct their own work schedules.
Fringe Benefits Forms of reward for employment beyond salary, including health insurance, vacation and holiday time, and retirement plans.
Agribusiness and Natural Resources Small-animal breeder, horse groomer, poultry farmer
Business and Office Receptionist, bookkeeper, computer servicer, claim examiner
Communications and Media Cable television technician, book editor, computer artist, technical writer
Construction Air-conditioning, heating, and refrigeration mechanic: roofer: building inspector: surveyor
Family and Consumer Services Child-care worker, pet-care worker, jeweler, floral designer
Environment Environmental technician, hazardous waste management technician, pollution-control technician, sanitary engineer
Fine Arts and Humanities Actor, cartoonist, dancer, musician
Health Operating-room technician, dental hygienist, nurse's aide, home health aide
Hospitality and Recreation Cruise director, fitness instructor, park ranger, pastry chef, baker
Manufacturing Industrial laser machine operator, toolmaker, stationary engineer, production supervisor
Marine Science Ocean technician, diver, fish culture technician, marine engineer
Marketing and Distribution Insurance agent, real estate agent, auto sales worker, retail buyer
Personal Service Barber and hairstylist, cosmetologist, massage therapist, bridal consultant
Public Service Teacher, member of the armed services, firefighter, paralegal aide
Transportation Airline reservations agent, airline pilot, railroad conductor, automotive mechanic
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