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Financial Literacy Cold Calling Job Search Interview / Resume Job Retention
100
Chequing Account
The account most frequently used for frequent withdrawals and deposits, and accessed through a debit card
100
Cold calling
_________ means taking the initiative to contact employers directly who are not expecting to speak with you
100
Job Fair
An event in which employers, recruiters, and schools give information to potential employees for hiring. This event may have on-the-spot interviews.
100
True - You should not use general resumes. Always include information from the job posting onto your resume to show you are best suited for the position
T/F - You should always customize your resume to the job posting you are trying to apply for
100
Being on Time
Work Ethics
Effort
Body/Language
Positive Energy
Positive Attitude
Passion
Being Coachable
Doing Extra
Being Prepared
5 things that require ZERO talent to help keep the job
200
Tax Free Savings Account
What does a TFSA stand for?
200
True
Prepare a script for what you are planning to say, practice some calls and prepare to take notes if need be.
200
Online (Company websites, job search engines)
In person
Volunteer/Coop
Social Media (Linked In, FB)
Cold-calling
Networking
Job fairs
Employment Centres / Agencies
Flyers / Newspapers
Schools / Community Centres
10 Ways to Job search
200
Send Thank you Letter / Email
Something you do after an interview
200
c) Just an excuse
Calling in and saying "I missed my bus" is __________ to miss work

a) Acceptable
b) Ok if not done too often
c) Just an excuse
300
Automated Teller Machine (ATM)
You can pull cash out of a(n) __________ as long as you have a debit card
300
Follow up
Job seekers should always ________ with employers or individuals they speak to regarding a potential job
300
Networking
___________ is powerful because employers are willing to hire people that are referred
300
Picture
Age
Marital Status
Ethnicity
Salary Expectations
Why You Left The Job
Unprofessional Email
Religious Beliefs
Un-aligned bullet point / Borders / Fonts
References
Address (optional)
Irrelevant Work Experience
Hobbies / Interests
List 5 things you SHOULD NOT put on your resume
300
False - Constantly asking questions can make you look like you are incompetent or unable to do the job/task. It's good to get clarification, but not constantly, especially to your supervisor!
T/F - Before you complete any task, you should constantly ask your supervisor questions about procedures to be followed
400
False - It helps to keep a log of monthly expenses / spending to determine how much you are spending. Tracking helps you see where all your money goes and how fast. SPEND SMART - KEEP TABS
T/F - It 's not really effective to keep track of your spending habits because money come and money goes
400
Hiring Manager
When calling an employer, you should ask for name of ____________
400
www.volunteertoronto.ca
Volunteer Toronto
Website where I can access an abundance of volunteer opportunities in my area
400
Folder
3-5 copies of resume
Reference Page
Questions prepared to ask employer (at least 5)
List of things that are mandatory to bring the day of your interview.
400
Poor Dress/Grooming
Late/Absent
Abuse of Alcohol or Drugs
Making A Lot of Mistakes
Not Following Instructions
Many Accidents/Not Following Health and Safety Rules
Gossipping
Time theft
Date a coworker
List 4 things you SHOULD NOT do on the job
500
10%
You should put at least ______% of your income into your savings
500
Conversational
Cold calling requires ___________ skills, not just inquiring about a job opportunity.
500
Hidden Job Market
Jobs that aren't posted online or advertised. Can only be accessed through personal contacts, employment centers etc...
500
STAR
Situation
Task
Action
Result
Answering situational/behavioral questions
500
1) Notify your supervisor/manager 2 weeks in advance
2) Submit resignation letter
If you have to leave a job you should do these 2 things.




YJC SUMMER - FINAL EXAM

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