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How can I become a TV announcer or sportscastor?
a) Send a taped 'program' to your local radio station
b) Study broadcast journalism at a college or technical school
c) Know someone in the industry and ask for a tryout
d) A. and C.

As of January 1, 2004, twenty-five U.S. Presidents had this in common:
a) They went to college
b) They were military officers
c) They were lawyers
d) They had beards

What kinds of jobs use the Global Positioning System?
a) Veterinarian, farmer, ecologist
b) Cartographer, astronomer, surveyor
c) Machinist, translator, librarian

In 1900, 40% of US jobs were in what area?
a) Manufacturing
b) Banking
c) Agriculture

By 1999, there were how many computer specialist jobs?
a) About 1 million
b) Between 1 million and 2 million
c) More than 2.9 million

What is the projected average individual occupation growth for 2002-2012?
a) 25%
b) 30%
c) 15%

Between 1998-2003, what cities had the fastest job growth?
a) Chicago, IL, and Baltimore, MD
b) Houston, TX, and Seattle, WA
c) Las Vegas, NV and Riverside, CA
d) Ocala, FL, and Akron, OH

What are the fastest growing occupations that require a bachelor's degree?
a) Physical therapists and biological scientists
b) Computer systems analysts and computer engineers
c) Teachers and interior designers
d) Actors and directors

Do people earn more money working for a big or small company?
a) Small companies pay much more than big ones.
b) Both pay about the same.
c) Workers are generally paid more in larger companies.

On average, does where you live affect how much you can earn in a particular occupation?
a) Where you live makes a great difference in what you earn.
b) If you live in a northern state, you earn more than if you live in a southern state.
c) Compared earnings of the same occupations were generally stable across geographic areas.

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