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. The most difficult kind of frustration a person must deal with is probably A. not being appreciated on the job. B. financial frustration. C. getting a poor grade after working hard on school project. D. general frustration when everything seems to be going wrong.
Weegy: The most diffcult frusration is D. general frustration when everything seems to be going wrong (More)
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The most difficult kind of frustration a person must deal with is probably: Financial frustration.



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15. If your family day care home serves more than six children, you may need a/an A. director. B. teacher. C. assistant. D. coach.
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17. A trial employment period is beneficial to A. the maintenance staff. B. licensing bodies. C. the existing staff and the children. D. parents.
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If you reach a "plateau period" in your job, A. complain to your supervisor. B. something serious has gone wrong. C. be patient and learn all you can about the job. D. immediately begin to look for another job.
Weegy: If you reach a "plateau period" in your job: be patient and learn all you can about the job. User: Which of these will probably cause frustration? A. Feeling tired at work because you stayed out too late B. Getting stuck in an elevator on the way to an appointment C. Deciding to take an extra hour for lunch D. Spending too much money Weegy: Getting stuck in an elevator on the way to an appointment will probably cause frustration. (More)
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The condition of being prevented from reaching a goal by events that are beyond your control is known as A. a plateau period. B. aggression. C. lack of motivation. D. frustration.
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The condition of being prevented from reaching a goal by events that are beyond your control is known as frustration.
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