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Ability

possession of the means or skill to do


something.
Applicant
a person who makes a formal application for
something, typically a job.
Application form
An application for employment, job
application, or application form (often simply
called an application) usually includes a form
or collection of forms that an individual
seeking employment.
Deduction
1. the action of deducting or subtracting
something
2. the inference of particular instances by
reference to a general law or principle.
Discrimination
1. the unjust or prejudicial treatment of
different categories of people or things,
especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.
2. recognition and understanding of the
difference between one thing and another.
Employer
a person or organization that employs people.
Entry level job
An entry level job is the first job that a new
trainee or graduate takes upon completion of
a training or degree program.
Fringe benefits
an extra benefit supplementing an employee's
salary, for example, a company car, subsidized
meals, health insurance, etc.
Gross pay
Gross salary is the term used to describe all of
the money you've made while working at your
job, figured before any deductions are taken
for state and federal taxes, Social Security and
health insurance. If you work more than one
job, you'll have a gross salary amount for each
one.
Help wanted ads
An advertisement placed in a newspaper by
employers who seek employees. Help wanted
advertising is used as an economic indicator as
more job vacancies means economic growth.
Interview
1. a meeting of people face to face, especially
for consultation.
Job duty
Major job duties are those job specific duties
that are essential to a specified job. These are
the duties that the job was really established
to perform, and if they were not performed
would severely impact the nature of the job.
Job lead
The job lead is a role taken by someone who is
head or main of an assignment or project.
Often it is the manager or boss.
Net pay
Net pay is the amount one receives after taxes
and deductions have been withheld during a
pay period.
Networking
interact with other people to exchange
information and develop contacts, especially
to further one's career.
Part time job
A part-time contract is a form of employment
that carries fewer hours per week than a full-
time job. Workers are considered to be part-
time if they commonly work fewer than 30
hours per week.
Procrastinator
A procrastinator is a person who delays or
puts things off like work, chores, or other
actions that should be done in a timely
manner.
Quailification
1. a quality or accomplishment that makes
someone suitable for a particular job or
activity.

2. the action or fact of qualifying or being


eligible for something.
Reference

the action of mentioning or alluding to


something.
Resume
begin to do or pursue (something) again after
a pause or interruption.
Salary
a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a
monthly or biweekly basis but often expressed
as an annual sum, made by an employer to an
employee, especially a professional or white-
collar worker.
Screen out
screen out something/someone. phrasal
verb with screen us /skrin/ verb [ T ] to
prevent something or someone undesirable
from coming in: Home water filtration systems
are supposed to screen out toxins and other
contaminants.
Skill
the ability to do something well; expertise.
Temporary job
An employment situation where an employee
is expected to remain in a position only for a
certain period of time. Temporary workers
may also be referred to as seasonal employees
or temps.
Volunteering
freely offer to do something.
Wage

a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a


daily or weekly basis, made by an employer to
an employee, especially to a manual or
unskilled worker.
Work ethic
the principle that hard work is intrinsically
virtuous or worthy of reward.