The purpose of time management is to ________. a. Maximize productivity b. Write all your tasks out c. Allow for delegation d. None of the above
The three general categories of responsibilities of the financial manager are A. cash-flow management, financial control, and financial planning. B. financial planning, accounting, and government tax reporting. C. coverage provided by a firm to employees for medical expenses, loss of wages, and rehabilitation costs resulting from job-related injuries or disease D. insurance covering losses resulting from medical and hospital expenses as well as income lost from injury or disease
Which of the following is the primary subsistence crop in Latin America? A. Wheat B. Beans C. Corn D. Potatoes
Which is LEAST important to maintaining a healthy credit score? A. Making on time payments B. Checking your credit report annually C. Knowing your exact credit score D. Letting the credit bureaus know about any inaccurate information on your credit report
Each citizen has a list of actions which they may do freely. These are referred to as _____. a. Obligations b. Responsibilities c. Rights d. Citizenship
Making a down payment reduces the A) desire of a lender to loan money B) creditworthiness of a buyer C) sale price of a house D) loan principle amount
Concept maps work because they _______. a. Are colorful and interesting b. Can be drawn by almost anyone c. Visually demonstrate relationships d. Leave out vital information
Help please. 1. Jovanna has determined that she wouldn't want to be a nurse because she really doesn't like the sight of blood and she tends to not work well under pressure. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match her characteristics eliminating options that she has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 2. Barrett has determined that he wouldn't be able to afford the lifestyle he wants if he is a teacher. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match his characteristics eliminating options that he has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 3. Frannie has determined that if she is a computer technician, a lot of the skills she will learn on the job would also be useful in several other careers that interest her. Which stage of career matching is she in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match her characteristics eliminating options that she has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 4. Billy has realized that due to a poor occupational outlook, he unfortunately will probably not be able to be a psychologist immediately upon graduation from college. Which stage of career matching is he in? (1 point) eliminating options that don't match his characteristics eliminating options that he has little chance of entering eliminating options that don't pay enough identifying transferable skills 5. When completing career matching, if many of your characteristics are very different from those of people in the job then: (1 point) this would be a good career match for you. this career is unlikely to be a good fit for you. you may need to do more research, or consult your feelings. you will need to start over with your entire process. 6. Tyghe has realized after doing his career research that he doesn't have the GPA, or desire to obtain the appropriate GPA to be a lawyer. Which stage of self-assessment is he at? (1 point) gathering self-assessment materials doing further research if needed continuing to evaluate remaining careers judging your ability to meet requirements 7. Human relations skills include: (1 point) motivating others. counseling others. cooperation and teamwork. all of the above. 8. Joanie wants to be a plumber. Which post-secondary training or education would fit her best? (1 point) an apprenticeship a bachelor's degree a post-graduate degree or doctoral degree military training 9. Which of the following are reliable sources of post-secondary information? (1 point). Peterson's Collegeboard.com an institution or organization's website all of the above True/False 10. If the pay for a possible career is less than you required for your ideal lifestyle, then you will just have to learn to live on that budget. (1 point) True False 11. Job-specific skills are generally only useful on one job. (1 point) True False 12. It is important to focus on only one career when determining what education or training you will need after high school. (1 point) True False 13. There are two types of bachelors' degrees, a Bachelor of Art or a Bachelor of Science. (1 point)True False Matching Match the following terms with their definitions. A. skills that can be used in more than one occupation B. following someone around at their job, as though you were their shadow C. a statistical projection of the numbers of job openings expected in a field in the near future D. what you learned about your skills, interests, personality, and values E. arrangements that allow students to actually do a job, or to work with those who are doing the job they want to explore, under supervised conditions for a limited period of time F. grouping of individual transferable skills into categories of related skills G. the job you want H. the choices you have after you have received your secondary (or high school) education I. the process of choosing, from your list of careers that interest you, the occupations that you want to pursue 14. career matching (1 point) 15. occupational objective (1 point) 16. transferable skills (1 point) 17. self-knowledge (1 point) 18. occupational outlook (1 point) 19. skill sets (1 point) 20. job shadowing (1 point) 21. internships (1 point) 22. post–secondary options (1 point)
Which of the following is a reason franchising has become popular in recent years? A) Franchise owners are free to set their own rules and operating standards, but they benefit from national ad programs.. B) Small franchise owners enjoy a degree of control and can benefit from their support of the parent company.. C) Because they are owned by a group of individuals for their shared benefit, franchises spread the liability.. D) Franchising fees and royalties are generally low, and large profits can be made for minimal investment.
What do you need to provide in order to get secured credit? A. co-signer B. credit card C. tax refund D. asset
Damaris is a member of AASA. What did she most likely learn from a meeting she recently went to? a professional accountant would be coming to talk to group members about their future careers there is a conference for school principals coming to town she is eligible for a discount to “Architect Digest” magazine they are looking for a new mechanical engineer to become the president of the group
Which of the following is one result of international trade? A. Trade increases protectionism B. Trade drives prices higher C. Trade reduces competition D. Trade creates new markets
Which of the following is not a disadvantage to cash advances on a credit card? a. Cash advances are similar to loans in that they need to be paid back with interest. b. Cash advances require a lot of paperwork and are generally difficult to get. c. Cash advances are often the last thing to be paid when paying off your credit card. d. Cash advances often come with an interest rate much higher than your credit card.
Many people view direct mail ads as what? A. Junk mail B. Magazines C. Institutional advertising D. Product placement
Which of the following accounts will give you the LEAST access to your money ? A.Simple savings account B.Certificate of Deposit (CD) C.Checking account D.Cash
A market structure in which sellers have no influence over price is known as an oligopoly monopolistic competition perfect competition
Rental apartments and private homes are examples of what? complementary goods, alternativebgoods, neutral goods, simultaneous goods
Is United States currency officially "backed" today? Yes, legal currency is backed by the gold standard. Yes, legal currency is backed by government acceptance. Yes, legal currency is backed by the support of foreign investors. No, there is no backing for U.S. currency.
A word-processed résumé designed to be visually appealing is a _______. A) Print résumé B) Web résumé C) Electronic résumé D) Scannable résumé
Which of these contributes to a budget deficit? . A. Buying bonds and decreasing spending on federal programs. B. Decreasing taxes and increasing spending on federal programs. C. Increasing taxes and buying bonds. D. Decreasing spending on federal programs and increasing taxes
Lee has not been showing up for work on time. which work ethic is he lacking? A. initiative B. punctuality C. teamwork D. etiquette
Which of the following accounts will give you the least Access to your money A. simple savings account B.certificate of deposit C.checking account D.cash
Which of the following demonstrates parallelism? a. We are ready to move forward with our business plan. b. The effective use of e-mail is a concern to our company president and the governing board. c. Our company makes both small, complex gears, and large, simple gears. d. It would be futile to spend more money on any of these three awful projects.
An insurance policy with a higher premium most likely has ... A) Lower Deductible B) No liability limit C) Higher Deductible D) Lower liability limit
The level of competition least beneficial to business owners is oligopoly. monopoly. pure competition. monopolistic competition. ______ An example of horizontal consolidation is when a bank acquires a company that produces vaults. purchases a share of the U.S. Treasury. divides into two new banks. combines with another bank. _______ Monopolistic competition is a market structure that has few competitive firms with the same products. many sellers with differentiated products. a perfectly elastic demand curve. one seller. _______ The level of competition most beneficial to consumers is oligopoly. monopoly. pure competition. monopolistic competition. _______ In a specific industry, two dominant firms work together to set prices. We call this competition. collusion. market dominance. market influence. _______ A firm's purpose in nonprice competition is to produce at the lowest cost possible. encourage other firms to cooperate in setting prices. establish extensive control of their particular market. distinguish their products from those of other companies."