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Transferable skills necessary for successful employment include
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In order for the economy to be strong, businesses must _____. a. produce goods and pay workers b. provide labor and pay workers c. produce goods and buy goods d. provide labor and buy goods
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Someone similar to Mother Teresa would most likely measure their work success in terms of income. true or false
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