Lesson 1 WHAT MAKES A GREAT JOB GREAT?

  • Global rating average: 0.0 out of 5
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
13 Cards. Created by wiredawgy ().
What makes a great job great
 
Term  
Definition

the awesome feeling of being "in the zone": the situation may be very important, but you have all the powers and control you need to be able to rise to the challenge. Great athletes and artists and performers say they live for these moments.

Good Stress

the feeling of helplessness you get in situations in which you are not fully in control, or you believe you lack the skills or tools to be successful

Bad Stress

boredom

No Stress

an "essential" for a person. In this lesson, these would be specific requirements that you have of a job.

Must-haves

a missing must-have. In other words, something that would stop you from taking a job you otherwise love. The deal would be off.

Deal-breaker

how much the job pays

Compensation

the specific kind of work that is being done

Type of Work

any perk a job offers beyond the pay. Typical examples may be health care or a retirement account.

Benefits Offered

where the job is, as well as how much traveling (or relocation) may be required

Geographic Location

will you have the chance to be promoted? Or is this job the end of the line?

Opportunity for Advancement

how much the employer is willing to let you choose your own hours and/or, in some cases, where you work (like telecommuting, or working from home)

Schedule Flexibility

how the employer is viewed by the public and/or its former or current employees

Company Brand/Reputation

a large category of related jobs. Examples include health care, or construction.

Industry