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value inventory - Career Planning - About.com
Value inventories will ask you to answer questions about the extrinsic and intrinsic values that are important to you, i.e. earning a high salary, making a ...
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How to Use Self Assessment Tools to Choose a Career
... an occupation. Your values and interests play an important role in determining what career could be right for you. Learn about value and interest inventories.
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Clarifying Your Work Values Leads to Job Satisfaction
Career development professionals , including career counselors and career development facilitators, use work value inventories to measure how important ...
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An Overview of Self Assessment in Career Planning
Value inventories measure how important different values are to you. Examples of these values, which play an important role in one's job satisfaction, include ...
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How to Analyze Inventory on the Balance Sheet
To come up with a balance sheet amount, companies must estimate the value of their inventory. For instance, if Nintendo had 5,000 units of its new video game ...
http://beginnersinvest.about.com/od/analyzingabalancesheet/a/inventory.htm
What Is the Strong Interest Inventory? - Career Planning
This instrument should be used with other self assessment tools including value and personality inventories and skill assessments, as well as informal means of ...
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Interest Inventory - Definition - Career Planning - About.com
An interest inventory is a self assessment tool, used in career planning, that assesses one's likes ... Self Assessment · Personality Inventory · Values Inventory .
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Average Inventory Cost Definition and Examples - About Retailing
Definition: Item price minus discounts, plus freight and taxes. The average is found by adding the beginning cost inventory for each month plus the ending cost  ...
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How to Calculate Inventory Turnover - Investing for Beginners
The average inventory value between 1999 and 2000 is $1,071,000,000 ( average the values from 1999 and 2000). Plug them into the formula for inventory turn.
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LIFO and FIFO - Inventory Accounting Methods - Business Finance
LIFO and FIFO are two of the most popular methods of inventory accounting. ... to calculate the value of ending inventory at the end of the accounting period.
http://bizfinance.about.com/od/inventory/a/Inventory_Accounting_LIFO_FIFO.htm
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