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True or False - Anyone can do any job as long as he or she decides to do it. False
True or False - The average person in the United States spends more time doing work related activities than any other type of activitiy True
True or False - Most careers in the future will require more than a high school education. True
True or False - Just wait- the right job opportunity will come your way. False
True or False - The majority of people spend their adult lives in the same career. False
Part time on the job learning experiences that reinforce classroom instruction. this is usually without pay. Internship
A test that assesses high school students' general education development and their ability to complete college-level work. ACT
(Grade Point Average) The points received for the grade earned. points are totaled then averaged. GPA
A "B" average 3.0 GPA
What is the difference between a major and a minor? A major is an area of study in which a post secondary student receives a degree; where as a minor is a supporting or additional area of study a post-secondary student chooses
True or False - Anyone who plans to work right out of high school need the same basic academic skills as someone who plans to go to college True
True or False - The top ten fastest growing careers have not changed in 20 years. False
True or False - If you get an Associate degree, you must later get a Bachelor's degree. False
True or False - Most high-tech fields such as electronic design, require at least a Bachelor's degree. False
Created by: Deathknows2020