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Simplified reading comprehension questions highlighting job sites, what they do, skills needed, preferences and job interest. These are great for special education students looking to explore career interest options. The pictures depict individuals of different genders, ethnicities, and with disabilities!
This comes with:
- 56 job positions worksheets (2 pages each)
- Multiple choice
- Cut & Paste
- 1 higher level worksheet (applicable to any job)
- Write in the answers
These worksheets pair with the >>>>> ENTRY-LEVEL JOB POSTERS <<<<<
Why I don’t include salary information in this resource:
- The intention of this activity is to introduce different entry-level job options for students that may have no experience or may possibly not graduate with a diploma.
- While rate of pay/salary is an important aspect of a job, it should not be the focus when first building experience or figuring out what type of career students are interested in or qualified for.
- Rate of pay/salaries can vary in each state/country, they constantly change, and may vary depending on how the job is structured.
Positions included: recreation attendant, barista, cashier, dishwasher, farm worker, host/hostess, landscaping worker, dry cleaner, busser, sales associate, auto detailer, florist, photographer, social media manager, production worker, pet caretaker, file clerk, food preparation worker, construction worker, grocery bagger, volunteer, cart pusher, housekeeper/maid, janitor/custodian, warehouse stocker, window cleaner, pool cleaner, musician, bellhop, receptionist, telephone operator, artist, data entry clerk, shelf stocker, model, waiter/waitress, catering staff, food sample demonstrator, dog groomer, referee, athlete, cheerleader, mascot, gamer, baggage handler, garbage collector, table games dealer, actor/actress, dj, entrepreneur, mechanic assistant, event coordinator assistant, mover, caregiver, video content creator ("You Tuber")
If you would like a specific position added to this list, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to send your ideas my way and I can update the file to include it!
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