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Work Readiness

Lessons 1 - 2

TermDefinition
Career Work that matches a worker's interests, values, and abilities and that often provides an opportunity for advancement.
Employee A person who works for an employer.
Employer A business that hires one or more people, usually for a salary.
Innovative solutions Creative ideas used to solve problems.
Interests Things a person likes to do.
Predicament A difficult or dangerous situation with no obvious or completely satisfactory solution.
Skills Abilities a person has developed and does well.
Soft skills Skills that represent the way good employees act on the job, such as being punctual, treating customers with kindness, working as a team, and dressing appropriately.
STEM Acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Teamwork The cooperative effort of members of a group to achieve a goal.
Applicant A person who requests or seeks something, such as a job.
Job interview A discussion (usually face to face) to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a job.
Referendum A ballot proposal that asks voters whether they want to adopt a new law or change an existing law or policy.
Resume A written summary of a person's work and school experience, designed to spark an employer's interest. A resume also helps an employer hire the best person for the job.
Created by: hewittl