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ASVAB
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery.
ability
How well you perform spicific work tasks.
reference groups
Groups that set behavior standerds.
GATB
General Aptitude Test Battery.
environment
Your surroundings.
promotion
Advancement to a higher-level position. <:::::{===========>
obsolete
Outdated; no longer in use.
stable job
A job considered to be perminant: may last several years.
temprament
The way a person usually acts, feels, and thinks in certain situations.
traits
Characteristics.
worker traits groups
Job categories that include physical demands, aptitudes, temperaments, environmental conditions, training time, and vocational preparition.
working with people
A category of job tasks that includes everything related to human relations.
heredity
The process of transmiting physical or mental characteristics from parent to child.
avocation
A constructive leisure-time activity that provides personal satisfaction.
personality traits
A personality characteristic that can be measured.
technology
Application of scientific knowledge to practical uses.
social self
Your involvement with other people and your view of what they think about you.
self
The part of your experience that you consider to be you.
interest surveys
Tests used to measure interests.
self-esteem
The judgement you make about your level of competence and adequacy.
self-direction
Setting goals and working toward them.
interests
Preferences a person has for specific topics or activities.
personality
The relationship that exists between all of a person's psychological parts.
qualify
Meet the preliminary requirements; as for a job or position.
work history
All of the jobs that one holds during a working lifetime.
leasure time
Time that is free from normal occupational responsibilities.
life experiences
Experiences that cause you to be confident or fearful as you prepare for a career.
working with data
A category of job tasks that involves the use of words and numbers.
aptitude
A person's potential for success in performing a certain activity.
working with things
A category of job tasks that involves the use of machines, tools, and instruments.
culture
The way of life in the society in which you live.
character
The sense of morality and the ethical code by which a person lives.