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career exploration help? I'LL BECOME A FAN AND GIVE A MEDAL!

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  1. mychemicalcookies
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    Stella believes it is important to be able to stay home with her children when they are sick or have a day off school. For Stella, spending time with her children is: (1 point) an instrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 2. Jermaine wants to find a career that involves a lot of physical activity and risks. For Jermaine, exciting work is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise.

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    Bruce is trying to imagine the worst possible day on the job in order to help him figure out what he values at work. For Bruce, this nightmare job scenario is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 4. Mai is looking for a career that lets her travel and spend time in other countries. For Mai, work-related travel is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 5. Marc believes it is vital for him to be learning new things all the time at work. For Marc, the opportunity to learn new things is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 6. Portia loves snowboarding and will only take a job within an hour's drive of the mountains. For Portia, being close to snowy slopes is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic carer value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 7. Raul does not believe he could be happy in a career that required him to compete against others working for the same company. For Raul, the level of competition in a job is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise.

    • one year ago
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    Maureen is committed to helping people and wants to find a career that allows her to do so. For Maureen, helping people is: (1 point) an intrinsic career value. an extrinsic career value. a lifestyle value. a self–discovery exercise. 9. When you look through your pride experience stories to try to determine your work values, which of the following questions should you should ask yourself? (1 point) What working conditions make me happy? What do I want to accomplish? What kinds of rewards motivate me? All of these questions. 10. Imagining yourself when you are a great deal older is a good exercise to help you discover your: (1 point) intrinsic career values. extrinsic career values. lifestyle values. all of these 11. Marie wants to protect her children from financial difficulties if she should die when they are young, so she includes in her budget: (1 point) renter's insurance. life insurance. health insurance. car insurance. 12. The cost of using a car for transportation includes: (1 point) the cost of the car itself. fuel costs. repairs and maintenance. all of these

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    The cost of housing varies depending on: (1 point) what kind of job you have. what types of appliances you buy. where you live. all of these 14. Lola and Bill like to go out to eat a lot. When they write out their budget, they should include restaurant meals in which category? (1 point) food entertainment health care other 15. You may already have information about the costs of some items in which budget category? (1 point) clothing entertainment insurance all of these True/False 16. Imaginary scenarios are of little use in helping you define your real-world values. (1 point) True False 17. Your lifestyle values are useful in helping you target your career choices. (1 point) True False 18. Serious online personality tests that are based on social-science theories are easier to find than "just for fun" tests. (1 point) True False 19. How much time you spend with hobbies and friends are two important elements of your intrinsic career values. (1 point) True False

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    20. It is shallow and useless in career planning to even consider what you would like to wear to work. (1 point) True False 21. If you want to live in the same place you live now, it is easier to figure out housing costs than if you want to move. (1 point) True False 22. Budget experts suggest using research rather than your own knowledge to help put together a budget. (1 point) True False 23. The services that keep household appliances running are called utilities. (1 point) True False 24. Friends and family are often handy sources of valuable information about costs of living. (1 point) True False 25. Insurance is intended to protect you against major financial setbacks. (1 point) True False Matching Match each of the examples to the correct budget category. A. children B. insurance C. entertainment D. food E. utilities F. health care G. housing H. transportation I. clothing J. communication 26. rent (1 point) 27. preschool fees (1 point) 28. dry cleaning (1 point) 29. weekly groceries (1 point) 30. online music subscription (1 point) 31. trash pickup (1 point) 32. annual checkup (1 point) 33. mobile wireless (1 point) 34. monthly bus pass (1 point) 35. car policy (1 point)

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    Did you finish that can i please have the ANSWERS ill become a FAN

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    I NEED THIS

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    Did any of you finish this @SmartOwl94 , @KK52 , and @mychemicalcookies ????

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    Did Anybody get this?

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