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Term Defination
Ability the power to do something, either intellectual or physical
American with Disabilities Act (ADA) A 1990 federal law that forbids discrimination against persons who are disabled
Aptitude person's natural ability or potential to learn in areas such as technology, music, athletics, art, communications, science, etc.; potential, or knack, for learning certain skills
Bias Behaviors resulting from a particular tendency or inclination, especially one that prevents unprejudiced consideration of a question
Body Language gestures, posture, and eye contact used to express yourself
Career sequence of occupations and other roles that you play in your life, the settings in which they occur, and the major events of your life; the total series of roles and work experiences a person occupies throughout life.
Career Cluster a group of jobs that require similar abilities and skills
Career Management Skills These skills include identifying your values, skills, interests, passions, goals, and connecting to careers, having adequate self-esteem to take charge of your career planning and decision-making, understanding how work effects lifestyle, and understandin
Career Planning the decision-making process by which you identify the alternatives open to you in occupational, educational, and leisure areas of your life
Career Sterotype A belief that certain careers are only for people who meet certain characteristics such as gender, age, ethnicity or other factors
Child Labor Laws
Conflict Resoultion Actions that include confronting the conflict or problem, communicating with the other person or group, and deciding an acceptable outcome
Consumers people who buy and use goods and services
Demand amount of goods and services that consumers want to buy
Economics study of how people produce, distribute, and use goods and services
Employability Skills General skills that are essential for job success but are not necessarily linked to specific occupational knowledge
Entrepreneur a person who organizes and runs a business
Federal Pell Grant The largest pool of federal grant money. You must apply for a Federal Pell Grant, using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), to be considered for the Pell Grant and other forms of aid. Students are not required to pay the grant funds back
Free Enterprise individuals or businesses may buy, sell, and set prices with little government control
Global Economy the production, purchase, and sale of goods in a world-wide market
Interests the likes and dislikes of a person that affect the choices he/she makes
Interpersonal Skills how you get along with others. It may involve responding appropriately to the needs, feelings, and capabilities of different people in different situations; being tactful, compassionate and sensitive; and treating others with respect
Job Application a form that asks questions about a job seeker’s skills, work experience, and education
Job Interview
Job Shadowing Involves following someone (usually a day) on the job to learn what is involved in a typical day’s work
Lifestyle the beliefs, attitudes, and behavior associated with a person or group; a way of life
Long-Term Goal something you want to achieve in the future
Nontraditional Occupation Any occupation in which men and women comprise 25% or less of its total employment
Occupation a grouping of jobs with common tasks that require similar skills
Personality Traits the qualities and characteristics that shape a person's unique character and identity
Producers make or provide goods and services that consumers buy and use
Profit amount of money left over after the business pays its expenses
Résumé A summary of a job seeker’s personal information that includes career objective, education, skills, work experience, recognition, etc
Scholarship Gifts of money to students from state, federal, or private sources. While state and federal grant programs are based on financial need, scholarships may be based on a variety of factors, including need, academic excellence, leadership qualities, heritage,
Short-term Goal
Skill the ability to do something as a result of training, practice, or knowledge
Social Security a federal government program that provides benefits for people of all ages
Soft Skills desirable qualities of employment that do not depend on knowledge: they include common sense, listening, the ability to deal with people, and a positive, flexible attitude
Supply amount of goods and services available for sale
Time Management choosing how to spend one’s time and creating a schedule for one’s choices. Deciding when to do homework and study, preparing for a test, going to school, and planning activities after school and the weekend require time management skills
Transferable Skills skills that can be used in a variety of jobs or occupations
Values the ideas, relationships, and other matters that a person believes to be important
Work Ethnics usually associated with people who work hard and do a good job
Created by: madi.grace