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Assembly Line
An arrangement of machines, equipment, and workers in which work passes in a line from worker to worker.
Bank
A place whose job it is to accept deposits and give loans to people or business for a short period of time.
barter
a way for exchanging something one does not need to trade.
business
a place that provides goods and or services.
career
a person's major means of earning money and achieving success through work.
charge
to buy something on credit.
cost
The price of something you want or need.
currency
paper money in circulation.
deposit
Money put in a bank, money given as a pledge or down payment.
earn
To get money for some work or services you have done.
factory
A business that manufactures goods to be sold.
job
a regular working position that earns money.
merchandise
Goods that are bought and sold in business.
money
Checks, coins or currency acceptable as payment for goods and services.
need
A requirement for survival.
salary
A fixed amount of money paid regularly for work or services you have completed.
savings
Money put in, as in a bank for later use.
services
Something of value that is performed, an action.
token
a piece that looks like a coin, for a specific reason.
Examples : fare on a bus
a coin used for a video game like at Mr. Getti's.
wages
Money paid for work.
want
Something ( a good or service )
you enjoy but can do without.
withdrawal
To take money from a place.
Example: Like a bank.
work
The labor, task, or duty that gives a person a means of making a living.