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the specific details of a job offer,such as working hours,salary or wages,and fringe benefits
Conditions of employment
a face-to-face meeting between a job seeker and a potential employer.
Job interview
unspoken communication through physical movements,expressions,and gestures
Body language
intended to train students in fields related to engineering and the physical sciences
Technical
a thank-you letter sent to an interviewerfollowing a job interview
Follow-up letter
a course of study that satisfies the admissions requirements for a specific professional school as part of the baccalaureate degree
Preprofessional programs
pleasant or agreeable
Compatible
relationship between an employer and an employee during which the worker learns a trade.
Apprenticeship
to fit into
Adapt
general equivalency diploma
GED
to evaluate someone or something,such as a potential employer
Appraise
has met certain minimum standards for its program of study,staff,and facilities.
Accreited
to verify or make firm,such as calling to check on an appointment.
Confirm
the largest type of institution of higher learning,composed of several undergraduate colleges and graduate schools for advanced study.
University
occupational training programs developed jointly by high schools and community collges.
Tech prep
types of jobs available
Employment structure
a school privately owned and operated for profit.
Proprietary
home study
Correspondence courses
a wide range of education and training provided by employers to their employees.
OJT(on-the-job training)
a federally administered employment and training program that serves severely disadvantaged young people.
Job corps
imagined or pretended
Hypothetical
a policy of granting admission to all applicants without regard to grade point average,test scores,or class rank.
Open-admissions policy
a certified,experienced,skilled craftperson who has successfully completed an apprenticeship
Journey worker
a four-year degree that is sometimes called a bachelor's degree or undergraduate degree.
Baccalaureate degree
unions of craftsmen
Guilds
qualifications
Competencies
after high school
Postsecondary

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