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Applicant a person who formally applies for a job
Associate’s degree degree awarded usually for at least 2 years of full-time academic study beyond high school; see Education
Bachelor’s degree degree awarded usually for at least 4 years of full-time academic study beyond high school; see Education
Doctoral or professional degree degree awarded usually for at least 3 years of full-time academic work beyond a bachelor’s degree.
Earnings pay or wages of a worker or a group of workers for services performed during a specific period—for example, hourly, daily, weekly, or annually. Also see Pay, Wages
High school diploma or equivalent the completion of high school or the equivalent, resulting in the award of a high school diploma or the equivalent
Some college, no degree: a high school diploma or the equivalent, plus the completion of one or more postsecondary courses that did not result in any degree or award
Job a specific instance of employment; a position of employment to be filled at an establishment; see Employment
New job an addition of a position to an establishment’s payroll, usually as a result of economic expansion
On-the-job training training or preparation that is typically needed for a worker, once employed in an occupation.
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