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Improve your business vocabulary with the help of Daily Business Exercises.

Career, job-hunting and employment terms


1. These tests ask you a series of questions and try to provide you with some sense of your personality and career interests. The results can be a good starting point for discovering more about yourself and your interests and considering careers you may not have thought of.
2. Used by employers to verify the accuracy of the information you provide on your resume or job application. Items checked include: employment verification, educational background/degrees, references, credit history, medical records, driving record, court records, criminal records and more.
3. An important part of your compensation package, and part of the salary negotiation process. Every employer offers a different mix of benefits. These benefits may include paid vacations, company holidays, sick leave, life insurance, medical insurance, retirement and pension plans, tuition assistance, child care, stock options and more.
4. An optional part of your resume. It can sharpen the focus of your resume and should be as specific as possible, and written in a way that shows how you can benefit the employer.
5. One of the best types of work experiences for entry-level job-seekers because a majority of employers say experience is the most important factor in whether you're hired. They involve working in your expected career field, either during a semester or over the summer. Besides gaining valuable experience, you get exposed to the business environment and gain valuable references and network contacts.
6. A letter sent to an employer to turn down a job offer.
7. Used to confirm the offer of employment and the conditions of the offer; i.e. salary, benefits, starting employment date, etc.
8. Professionals who are paid by employers to find candidates for specific positions. Often they specialise by industry or geographic region.
9. It summarises your accomplishments, your education, as well as your work experience, and should reflect your special mix of skills and strengths.
10. Financial compensation an employee receives for performing the job. Can be determined by hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. Also can include overtime pay, bonuses and also commissions.


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