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Q: Everyone should try to be an NFL quarterback because they earn so much money. True False
A: Answering who the best quarterback of all time is will likely spark great debate. The reason for such debate is that criterion determining a best quarterback varies considerably. [ [ Some people examine specific statistics, like pass completion average, ability to run the ball, ability to come from behind, average touch down to interception ratio, or quick release. Not all of these statistics
may be used in determining best quarterback. Further, many believe that since a quarterback should inspire a team, so the most important factor in determining best quarterback of all time should simply be Super Bowl wins. There is usually a short list of players up for the title of best quarterback. These include: Johnny Unitas, Steve Young, Joe Montana, Fran Tarkenton, Bart Starr, Roger Staubach and Dan Marino. Although their careers are still in full swing, Brett Favre and Tom Brady are considered by many foot ball fans to be among the best as well. If you look at Super Bowl wins only, then Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw are the two best quarterbacks. Terry Bradshaw probably wouldn?t make it onto the best quarterback list from many other perspectives. However, he and Montana are tied with four Super Bowl wins. ] ]
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User: Select all of the factors that affect income. education skills college courses experience supply and demand type of car you drive

User: Supply and demand affect career wages. True False

User: Everyone should try to be an NFL quarterback because they earn so much money. True False

Weegy: Answering who the best quarterback of all time is will likely spark great debate. The reason for such debate is that criterion determining a best quarterback varies considerably. [ [ Some people examine specific statistics, like pass completion average, ability to run the ball, ability to come from behind, average touch down to interception ratio, or quick release. Not all of these statistics may be used in determining best quarterback. Further, many believe that since a quarterback should inspire a team, so the most important factor in determining best quarterback of all time should simply be Super Bowl wins. There is usually a short list of players up for the title of best quarterback. These include: Johnny Unitas, Steve Young, Joe Montana, Fran Tarkenton, Bart Starr, Roger Staubach and Dan Marino. Although their careers are still in full swing, Brett Favre and Tom Brady are considered by many foot ball fans to be among the best as well. If you look at Super Bowl wins only, then Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw are the two best quarterbacks. Terry Bradshaw probably wouldn?t make it onto the best quarterback list from many other perspectives. However, he and Montana are tied with four Super Bowl wins. ] ]
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User: Money received for work is/are _____. wages income taxes mean salary

Weegy: mean the salary
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User: A job that is in demand is a job with a good outlook. True False

User: In three to four sentences, describe why CEOs (leaders of large companies) make very high salaries, while their administrative assistants make much less.

Weegy: According to Business Week, the average CEO of a major corporation made 42 times the average hourly worker's pay in 1980. By 1990 that had almost doubled to 85 times. [ In 2000, the average CEO salary reached an unbelievable 531 times that of the average hourly worker......ref: ]
bandita2011|Points 353|

User: An entrepreneur takes a risk to create a new product or a better way to operate a business. True False

User: Choose all that apply. Select all of the criteria you could use when applying the PACED decision-making process to career decisions. work schedule location the boss salary prestige

Weegy: The work schedule and location are the criteria you could use when applying the PACED decision-making process to career decisions.
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