Section 4 Study Questions (12.0 points) Answer each question fully. Complete sentences are not necessary. Lesson 1 (3.0 points) 1. What is a money market account? (0.5 points) A money market account invests your money in low risk investments with predictable interest rates.
What is a debt settlement program? (0.5 points) A program that claims they can get you out of debt by negotiating your debt at a much lower amounts and works out a payment plan for your creditors. 6. What is bankruptcy? (0.5 points) Bankruptcy is the inability to pay back your creditors.
Section 6 Study Questions (9.0 points) Answer each question fully. Complete sentences are not necessary. Lesson 1 (3.0 points) 1. What is a pure risk? (0.5 points) A risk of something negative happening, with no possibility for profit or gain.
IFSM 300 415 Homework Assignment 5 Student Name: Class/Section: Professor Name: Assignment Due Date: UMUC Haircuts Case Study Annotated Outline of Next Steps (Stage 5) I. Proposed Technology Solution A. Utilize the TouchSuite to manage products B. Utilize Bar scanning of each product to check out and to in-process inventory C. Utilize employee ID’s, to track usage of products by employees D. Utilize TouchSuite notification services to notify management when inventory is below 5 items for a supply. II.
Write 4-5 sentences about what you learned about the career, and say where you found the information. (5.0 points) This site is called O-net OnLine Summary report for computer systems analysts. This site first gives the tasks or job description that a analyst would do. It also gave tools and Technology which tells you what kind of computer systems that are used. What kinds of skills are needed and what training is needed for job search.
Professional Career Action Plan Outline Complete this professional career action plan outline after viewing the Career 101 workshop link on the student website. You may need to research specific careers or companies to answer all of the questions. A professional career plan details career goals, rather than personal goals. This plan will look at your professional strengths and weaknesses, the type of company you wish to work for, any knowledge gaps that exist, and your professional resume. Create three to five professional goals (for example, “I want to get a job in a health care facility in the emergency services department”), and then complete this outline with those goals in mind.