Get accepted into college.
Improve his test taking skills.
Determine the type of jobs he might enjoy.
Figure out if he has the skills to succeed in a specific job.
A. The of your job interview.
B. Second semester of your senior year in high school.
C. When you are considering your career choices.
D. After a job interview but before accepting the job.
The most immediately effect on her money problems? A. Spend less
B. Go back to college
C. Work for a different dentist
D. Buy lottery tickets
A. Human development, management and service careers
B. Health science technology
C. Industrial and engineering technology
D. Agriculture, science and technology
A. Dreams and bonuses
B. Wants and friends
C. Goals and skills
D. Parking and bonuses
A. Hotel jobs always pay more money.
B. All three jobs will pay the standard salary for life guards in that community.
C. All life guard jobs are pretty much the same.
D. The tasks and responsibilities for each job may be somewhat different.
A. This girl wants a challenging position in retail sales, working for the best store in town.
B. To make my dreams come true in clothing sales.
C. Sales girl
D. Sales representative in clothing at a major department store.
A. This type of agency only works with college graduates.
B. They will charge you a fee for finding you a job.
C. They will always find you a job the day you apply.
D. They primarily offer civil service jobs.
A. I am interested in being a field representative in the insurance industry.
B. My name is Britt and your company needs me.
C. I like people, insurance, and would be willing to work for minimum wage.
D. I have been out of work for three months and need the money.
A. "How much does it pay?"
B. "When can I start?"
C. "What are the job responsibilities?"
D. "Why did the last person leave?"
A. Next of kin.
A. The new employee must take the test when he/she starts the job.
B. The police are notified of the candidate’s refusal.
C. The candidate is not hired for the job.
D. Nothing happens because the candidate has the right to refuse.
A. Call the interviewer and ask for feedback
B. Ask the interviewer out for coffee
C. Wait three days and then request another interview
D. Send a follow-up letter
A. Above the knee skirt with a shirt and high heels
B. Khaki pants with a blouse and tennis shoes
C. A dress or blouse and skirt with low heel shoes
D. Jeans, t-shirt and sandals
A. Come to work on time and work until quitting time.
B. Stay an extra two hours every day to get overtime pay.
C. Work hard only when the supervisor is watching.
D. Offer to pay for the supervisor’s lunch.
A. Attempt to do it without asking for help.
B. Ask a co-worker to show you how.
C. Ask the person who assigned the task to explain.
D. Attempt to avoid completing the task.
A. After lunch
B. Every morning
C. After school
D. Before bed
A. Make your best guess.
B. Not worry about it.
C. Ask questions for clarification.
D. Answer what you remember.
A. What is acceptable or unacceptable.
B. To change their value system.
C. To change their lifestyle.
D. What is the socially correct way to think.
A. Quit on the spot
B. Do not change your mind about your resignation
C. Take the money and withdraw your resignation
D. Counter the counter-offer
A. I’d better trade in my car before it breaks down.
B. All cars break down after four years.
C. I must not take care of my cars.
D. I’m a really bad judge of cars.
A. I do not get upset about the small things.
B. I got the message two days ago.
C. I enjoy music I also like movies.
D. Life is too short not to be enjoyed.
A. Bar graph.
B. Pie graph.
C. Venn graph.
D. Line graph.