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A transferable skill are ones you learn which relate to various roles in life. For example, good writing skills are a transferable skill. (Points : 5)

True

False

2. Non-traditional sources of jobs include all but one of the following: (Points : 5)

The local Chamber of Commerce

College Placement Services

Employment Agencies

3. The most important thing to remember about portfolio development is that it: (Points : 5)

Is an unnecessary effort in many companies

Is a process; a true investment in your career

Ends when you find a job

4. In a typical cover letter, you would list one or two main accomplishments that have made a difference. (Points : 5)

True

False

5. The purpose of a résumé is to: (Points : 5)

share your accomplishments with colleagues

be the first to apply for the job you are interested in get an interview

meet potential employers & staff members

6. Work samples are important to include in your portfolio. (Points : 5)

True

False

7. Online résumé services are an effective and efficient method of marketing your skills and being seen by employers in an electronic database. (Points : 5)

True

False

8. In SWOT analysis, things you cannot control include: (Points : 5)

Software changes

involvement in community service

your achievements and people skills

9. Cover letters do not need to be specific to a job and/or company. Use the same one for all. (Points : 5)

True

False

10. A skill that uses facts, logic, and reasoning to help make decisions and to problem-solve is known as: (Points : 5)

Critical Thinking

Decision-Making

Creative Problem-solving

11. When job-hunting, common stumbling blocks include all but which of the following: (Points : 5)

going on too many interviews

unclear personal goals

an incomplete portfolio

12. Networking is a valuable job success tool that is good for your first two years of the job market. (Points : 5)

True

False

13. A résumé can be organized in several ways. When information is organized by date, with the most recent experiences first, this is known as (Points : 5)

focused résumé

functional résumé

chronological résumé

14. A résumé always succinctly focuses on skills and achievements. (Points : 5)

True

False

15. Assembling your portfolio involves gathering documents such as your résumé, certificates, degrees/diplomas, a reference list, and letters of recommendation. (Points : 5)

True

False

16. In the job search process, the self-assessment that occurs while developing your portfolio can build your self-confidence. (Points : 5)

True

False

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  • 9 years ago
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    A transferable skill are ones you learn which relate to various roles in life. For example, good writing skills are a transferable skill.

    True

    2. Non-traditional sources of jobs include all but one of the following:

    (not sure on this one)

    3. The most important thing to remember about portfolio development is that it:

    Is a process; a true investment in your career

    4. In a typical cover letter, you would list one or two main accomplishments that have made a difference.

    True

    5. The purpose of a résumé is to:

    meet potential employers & staff members

    6. Work samples are important to include in your portfolio.

    True

    7. Online résumé services are an effective and efficient method of marketing your skills and being seen by employers in an electronic database.

    True

    8. In SWOT analysis, things you cannot control include:

    Software changes

    9. Cover letters do not need to be specific to a job and/or company. Use the same one for all.

    False

    10. A skill that uses facts, logic, and reasoning to help make decisions and to problem-solve is known as:

    Critical Thinking

    11. When job-hunting, common stumbling blocks include all but which of the following:

    going on too many interviews

    12. Networking is a valuable job success tool that is good for your first two years of the job market.

    True

    13. A résumé can be organized in several ways. When information is organized by date, with the most recent experiences first, this is known as

    chronological résumé

    14. A résumé always succinctly focuses on skills and achievements.

    True

    15. Assembling your portfolio involves gathering documents such as your résumé, certificates, degrees/diplomas, a reference list, and letters of recommendation.

    True

    16. In the job search process, the self-assessment that occurs while developing your portfolio can build your self-confidence.

    True

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

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