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IDT Unit 1

Employability & Careers

TermDefinition
Salary Wages received on a regular basis for work done
recommendation A favorable statement or letter concerning character and qualifications given to a possible employer. Can also be called a reference on a resume or job application
resume A brief account of one’s professional or work experience and qualifications
integrity the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
constructive criticism feedback with a positive motive that is used to help a person to better in their performance on the job
attitude a person’s outlook on life that can reflect how a person feels,thinks, or acts toward an object or idea.
diversity acceptance and respect for others. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing individual differences.
professional organization an organization seeking to further a particular profession and the interests of individuals engaged in that profession. Often provides advantages such as meeting others in the field, reduced costs for certifications, and job opportunities
work ethic When your focus is on hard work and working productively
initiative The quality of doing another job after you are Done with the first job and not having to be told to do it. is also known as self-management.
employability skills Non-technical skills also known as “soft skills” that include the knowledge, skills, attitude and behavior you need to get work, stay in work and do your job well.
business casual dress dressing a little less formally, but still representing the business in a favorable manner
dress code a set of standards that companies develop to help provide their employees with guidance about what is appropriate to wear to work.
career a series of connected employment opportunities.provides experience and learning to advance in a field or industry
job something you do simply to earn money & has minimal impact on your future work life. Examples might be part time jobs after school.
job outlook a forecast of the change for the number of people employed in a particular occupation over a set period,
First impression Standing up straight, smiling, making eye contact, and having a firm handshake are tips used for . . .
Created by: janice ritchey