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Workforce Study Guid

decision the choice between two or more possibilities
decision making process a process of considering and analyzing choices in order to make the best decision
job a paid position of regular employment (short term)
career an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress (long term)
salary a fixed regular payment, made by an employer to an employee, usually monthly or twice a month; typically to a professional or white-collar worker
hourly-wage the amount of money an employee earns for every hour of working
job-interview an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment
Doctorate Degree the highest degree offered by colleges and universities; this degree can take five or more years after a bachelor’s degree to complete
Associate's Degree to earn an associate’s degree, you must complete a program that is at least two, but less than four, years of college usually at a community or technical college; these degrees are often designed to transfer to a four-year college
Vocational/Technical School a school in which students are taught the skills needed to perform a specific job
benefits something of value an employer gives employees in addition to money; health insurance, retirement plans, vacation time, etc.
Bachelor’s Degree the undergraduate degree offered by four-year colleges and universities
Master’s Degrees is a graduate degree added onto a bachelor’s degree; it usually takes two years to complete
Four-year colleges and universities schools that offer certificates, bachelor’s (sometimes called four-year degrees), master’s, professional, and doctoral degrees in broad subject areas like business administration, history, or biology
work values principles or standards that are important to a person at work (being on time, working well with others, having a good attitude, honesty, etc)
job application written request for employment
delayed gratification a willingness to give up something now in return for something later choice
instant gratification an unwillingness to give up something now in return for something later
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