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Job Vocabulary: Soft Skills

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    Learn employment vocabulary for soft skills/ work adjectives
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  • True or false: reliable=dependable
    true
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  • True or false: flexible=stubborn
    False. They are opposites.
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  • True or false: organized=scattered
    False. They are opposites.
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  • True or false: punctual=late
    False. They are opposites.
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  • True or False: Hire=fire
    False. They are opposites.
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  • True or False: Onboarding is when you are given an orientation to explain what's expected when you start working somewhere.
    true
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  • What's a paystub?
    It's the part attached to your paycheck that describes what you are getting paid for.
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  • What's a timecard?
    It's a card that lists the hours you work each day. Often you have to get a stamp from a machine that punches in the exact time you arrive and leave.
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  • What is a 401K?
    It's money that your company contributes to your retirement. Sometimes, they will match your contribution.
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  • What is FICA?
    FICA is your contribution to Social Security which you will hopefully get back when you retire.
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  • What is the difference between State and Federal Taxes?
    More of your state taxes go to your community than federal taxes which pay for things like the military. But both federal and state taxes help your community.
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  • When are taxes due?
    April 15
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  • True or false: Reliable = responsible
    True
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  • True or false: Attentive = Paying close attention to something.
    True
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  • True or False: Punctual means on time.
    True
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  • True or False: Trustworthy = inspired to do something
    False, it means honest.
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  • True or False: Soft skills are typing 50 words per minute and being able to drive a bus.
    False. Those are hard skills.
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  • True or False: Collaborative = team player
    True
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  • True or False: You get time and a half for overtime.
    True
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  • If you regularly earn $20 per hour and work 5 hours overtime, how much should you get in overtime pay?
    $150
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