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How to get a job Chapter 16 Test Wednesday 04/18/2012
A well-organized collection of materials that supports a job applicant’s application Personal Fact Sheet PortfolioResume Job Application form Job Objective
Employers use this to screen job applicants, so it must be filled out completely and accurately. Personal fact sheet Resume Portfolio Reference Job Application form
A brief history of a person’s education, work experience, and other qualifications for employment Resume Personal Fact Sheet Job Application form Portfolio Job Objective
The first heading in a resume that gives employers an idea of the type of job for which the person is applying Personal Fact Sheet Reference Job Objective Job Application Form Portfolio
A person who knows the job applicant well and could discuss personal and job qualifications with an employer Personal Fact Sheet Resume Job Objective Reference Portfolio
A letter written to an employer to apply for a job Personal Fact Sheet Reference Resume Job Application form Letter of Application
Talking with people and establishing relationships that can lead to more information or business Personal Fact sheet Reference Resume Networking Job Application form
The first thing to do when filling out a job application form is Mark out items that do not apply Read the entire form carefully Print your name Print your address Print your reference information
Before registering with a private employment agency, be sure to… Ask for opinions of the school counselor Have enough money to pay the fee Fill out a job application Prepare a resume
In the employment history section on a job application, do not write Part-time jobs The present job Negative comments about former job A job that ended in a firing Full time jobs
TRUE OR FALSE Job offers won’t come to job seekers; they have to go and find the jobs. True
TRUE OR FALSE Competition is often stiff for good jobs. True
TRUE OR FALSE The federal government has established public employment in every state True
Reading a resume is a quick and easy way for an employer to learn about an applicant True TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE OR FALSE A person should not list part-time jobs or volunteer work on their resume False
TRUE OR FALSE Resumes must look professional and be free of errors True
TRUE OR FALSE For most entry-level jobs, the job seeker is usually not expected to pay the fee at a private employment agency False
True or False One of the worst ways to find job openings is to contact employers directly False
True or False A job application that is incomplete, difficult to read, or smudged with dirt may not make it beyond the first screening True
TRUE OR FALSE The more sources a job seeker uses, the more job openings he or she is likely to find True
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