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Career EOC Spring13

Career Orientation End of Course Review for Spring 2013

Something that a person wants to obtain and works to achieve Goal
Work done over a period of years Career
A person's outlook on life Attitude
The ability to perform a certain activity well Skill
The combination of all interests, values, behaviors, and characteristics that make a person unique Personality
Something a person enjoys doing or thinking about Interest
The way you see yourself and your feelings about your own self-worth Self-concept
A person who puts off doing things or making decisions Procrastinator
A decision that can be changed Tentative
Anything that is available for use in helping one reach a goal Resource
A job one performs without pay Volunteer Job
A job where one works only a portion of a full work week, but does it regularly Part-time Job
Jobs requiring similar knowledge and skills Related Occupations
A special skill and/or knowledge required of an applicant Qualification
The tool used by most employers to find out basic information about job applicants Application Form
A formal get-acquainted meeting between the employer and the job applicant Interview
Social Security, Federal Income Tax and State Income Tax that are subtracted from most people's paychecks Payroll Deductions
Extras an employer offers; such as sick leave, health care benefits, and retirement plans Fringe Benefits
A fixed amount of money earned, regardless of hours worked Salary
The amount of money earned for work done by the hour Wages
A fellow empoyee Co-worker
A person applying for a job Applicant
The people or businesses who hire others Employers
Eliminating unwanted applicants Screen Out
Desired rules of behavior in the workplace Work Ethic
Treating someone unfairly because of his or her race, religion, or sex Discrimination
People who organize, manage, and assume the risk of a business Entrepreneurs
A business that two or more people own and operate Partnership
Someone who purchases a good or service with the intent to use it Consumer
When two or more companies strive for consumer dollars Competition
Someone who creates a good or service Producer
A person who owns one or more shares of a company Stockholder
A course that is chosen by a student according to his or her own interests Elective
Units of measurement high schools use to determine whether or not students are progressing toward graduation Credits
The practical use of knowledge - Career Cluster Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
Planning, designing, building, and repairing structures of all kinds - Career Cluster Architecture and Construction
Coordinating the movement of people, goods, and services from one place to another - Career Cluster Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Computer and web based services - Career Cluster Information Technology
Services involving lodging, entertainment, recreation, and travel - Career Cluster Hospitality and Tourism
Designing and producing materials into intermediate or final products - Career Cluster Manufacturing
The science of maintaining and improving people's physical and mental well-being - Career Cluster Health Sciences
Acquiring, investing, and managing money - Career Cluster Finance
Providing people the skills and knowledge necessary for work - Career Cluster Education and Training
Visual and performing arts - Career Cluster Arts, Audio-Video Tech., and Communication
Crops, animals, and raw materials Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
Protective and legal services Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security
Developing, promoting, and providing goods to consumers Marketing, Sales, and Services
Directing business operations Business, Management, and Administration
Regulating and managing local, state, and federal government Government and Public Administration
Created by: MsVann
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