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College and Career

Training Se on-the-job training
Vocational School a secondary school that teaches vocational trades, such as construction trades; vocational schools may or may not award degrees
Job a specific instance of employment; a position of employment to be filled at an establishment; see Employment
Household all persons who occupy a housing unit such as an apartment or a single-family home
Applicant a person who formally applies for a job
Wages earnings or pay of a worker or a group of workers for services performed during a specific period—for example, hourly, daily, weekly, or annually; also see Earnings, Pay
Salary earnings of a worker or a group of workers for services performed during a specific period—for example, an hourly straight-time wage rate or, for workers not paid on an hourly basis, straight-time earnings divided by hours worked
Residency training under supervision in a professional setting; see On-the-job training
Qualities characteristics and personality traits that are likely needed for workers to be successful in given occupations
Percent one part in a hundred. For example, 62 percent (also written “62%”) means 62 parts out of 100
Created by: Jrbearden2023



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