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What effect does a family’s history of jobs/careers have on a student’s career choices?
a) There will be no effects.
b) The student might follow in a family member’s footsteps.
c) The student will choose a career that no one in the family has chosen.
d) The student might choose the career with the highest pay.

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

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

In the decision-making process, what should be done when having trouble thinking of possible alternatives?
a) Avoid making a decision
b) Do some research
c) Let someone else make the decision
d) Make an impulse decision

A person can judge the success of a decision by asking:
a) Did the decision help me meet my goal?
b) Am I making any money?
c) Did I follow all the steps in the process correctly?
d) Am I using all of my skills and training?

In which step of the decision-making process does a person commit to making the decision work?
a) Gather information
b) Determine needs and wants
c) Evaluate options
d) Make a decision.

Using a hunch to help make a decision is an example of:
a) Major style
b) Mystic style
c) Fatalistic style.
d) Planner style.

After identifying interests, skills, and abilities, it is necessary to:
a) Match them with friends’ results
b) Share them with an employer.
c) Match them to possible careers
d) Do nothing.

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.

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

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