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Bellwork test 2 JTC

TermDefinition
Budget an itemized list of expected income and expenses for a given purpose.
Career a life long journey as a person works to meet their earning, learning, and living goals. A career continually changes as an individual grows through personal experiences, education, and activites.
Career Cluster a grouping of careers with similar skills or common themes based on industry groupings and all educational levels.
Career Development actively engaged in setting goals for personal living, earning a living, and life-long learning, and establishes a plan for reaching these personal goals.
Career Field a broad grouping of the 16 career cluster based on commonalities among clusters.
Career Pathway a subgroup listed next to one of the six career fields on the NCE model. Specialties fall into this group.
Career Specialty a specific job title within a pathway within a cluster.
Certification a credential indicating specific training in a career specialty.
College/University a post-secondary institution that offers degrees. Programs and length of study vary. Universities are usually larger than a college, provide a wider range of majors and offer advanced degrees such as masters and doctorates.
Communication (FKS) the ability to speak, listen, read, and write to function sucessfully.
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