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Career Orientation

Unit 4 Researching Careers Ms. Morse Career Orientation

Education/Training Requirements the instructional background and skills needed to qualify for employment.
Employment Outlook the prospect for the future for a job career.
Entry level jobs the jobs that beginners start with to train them for higher level jobs.
Internet the computer network system through which information can be shared on the World Wide Web.
Job Duty a task one is expected one is expected to preform on the job.J
O*Net Occupational Information Network compiled by the United States Department of Labor.
OOH (Occupational Outlook Handbook)a book used for researching the most common careers in the United States.
Part-time jobs Jobs that require less than 35 or 40 hours a week depending on the employer.
Qualifications a special skill, knowledge, or ability that enables a person to preform a particular job.
Research to find out more by reading and talking to people.
Temporary jobs jobs that last for a limited period of time.
Volunteer Job doing a job without pay to gain experience.
Working Conditions the environment of a work place.
Full time jobs generally 40 hours.
Over time working over 40 hours
Job Description A definition of the work duties.
Job market The need for worker in a particular occupation or field.
Job market Focusing or concentration in a particular skill
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