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types of jobs available.
employment structure
imagined or pretened
hypothetical
a certified,skilled craftsperson who has successfully completed an apprenticeship.
journey worker
to verify or make firm,such as calling to make an appointment.
confirm
after high school.
postsecondary
a couse study that sertisfies that admissions requirements for a specific school as a part of the baccalaureate degree.
profesinal programs
fit into.
adapt
a face-to-face meeting between a job seeker and a potential employer.
job interview
general equivalency diploma.
GED
pleasant or agreeable.
compatible
qualifications.
competencies
to evaluate someone or something,such as a potential employer.
appraise
unions of craftsmen.
guilds
a policy of granting admissions to people without a grade point average,class rank or test scores.
open administrated policy
has met cretain minimum standards for it's program of study, staff and facilities.
accredeted
a wide range of education provided by the empleyers for the employees.
OJT(on- the- job training)
occupatoinal training programs developed jointly by high schools and communitiy colleges.
Tech Prep
a four year degree that is sometimes called the bachelor's or undergraduate degree.
baccalaurate degree
home study.
correspondence courses
a federaly administrated employment and training program that serves severaly disadvantaged young people.
job corps
a school privately owned and operated for profit.
propietary
a letter written to the interviewer after the interview.
follow-up letter
relationship between an employer and the employee during which the worker learns to trade.
apprenticeship
intended to train students in fields related to engeneering and physical sciences.
technical
largest type of higher learning, composed of several undergraded colleges and grduate schools for advanced study.
university
the specific details of a job offer,such as working hours,salary or wages,and fringe benefits.
conditions of employment
unspoken communication through physical movements,expressions,and gestures.
body language