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Career Management 3.02 Use A Process Of Decision –making As One Component Of Career Development.

When a person acts on a decision, there are always:
a) Evaluations.
b) Schedules.
c) Consequences.
d) Products.

The best way to approach your career choice is to:
a) Choose the same career as someone you admire.
b) Follow a logical decision-making process.
c) Wait and see what develops after high school.
d) Determine how to earn the most money.

Deciding what to wear, what to eat, and what time to leave for school are examples of:
a) Routine decisions
b) Career decisions.
c) Major decisions.
d) Minor decisions.

In decision-making, determine needs, analyze personal resources, then:
a) Consider choices.
b) Gather information.
c) Make a decision.
d) Act on the decision.

A student who is trying to decide which career to choose is making which kind of decision?
a) Minor
b) Routine
c) Major
d) Regular

One’s environment includes all EXCEPT:
a) Home
b) Goals
c) School
d) Community

A good example of a routine decision is deciding:
a) What to wear to school.
b) Where to go on vacation.
c) Which kind of car to own.
d) Which college to attend.

In the decision-making process, a trade-off is:
a) An impulse decision.
b) Giving up one thing in return for another.
c) A three-step process.
d) A group of alternatives.

How can a person determine that a decision was a good one?
a) The decision met the person's goals.
b) The person is making more money.
c) The person is making less money.
d) The person is now using all of his/her skills.

When faced with many possible career choices, a student should:
a) Randomly choose one.
b) Choose the one in which you make the most money
c) Relate the choice to your personal characteristics/information.
d) Ask your parents to decide.

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