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Clayton's Finance

Choices That Affect Income

Is a name given to a particular job Job Title
The variety of jobs and career choices that will be available to you when you are prepared to go to work Job Market
Specific things you can do, such as prepare a spreadsheet or operate a machine, that are needed to be successful on the job Job Skills
Gives details about a job Job Description
Is a principle that reflects the worth you place on an idea or action Value
Is a plan that is based on values or desired outcomes Goal
All the activities related to making and distribution goods and services in an area Economy
A person who studies the economy Economist
The willingness and ability of consumers to buy products and services Demand
The quantity of goods and services that producers are willing and able to provide Supply
The ability to perform tasks or complete procedures Hard Skills
Nontechnical skills needed by most workers Soft Skills
Charges for instruction at a school Tuition
Money you receive from outside sources to help pay for education. Financial Aid
Money paid for the use of money Interest
A loan on which interest is not charged until after you graduate Subsidized Student Loan
Gift of money or other aid (free tuition or books) made to a student to help pay for education Scholarships
Created by: sdclayton