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Introduction to Veterans in the Workplace Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1.

Besides soft skills, veterans also may have technical skills such as which of the following?

I. Computer systems and software

II. Engineering

III. Medical

Question 2 2. Compared to recent college graduates, which of the following is TRUE regarding veterans entering the civilian workforce?

Question 3 3. What would an experienced human resource professional say about veterans?

Question 4 4. Veterans are known for their ''mission focus''. This means that, at work, they'll strive to do which of the following? Choose the MOST appropriate answer.

Question 5 5. Which of the following is NOT a work style or characteristics of a veteran in the civilian workplace?

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Question 6 6. Of the following answer choices, which of the following is the MOST common workplace-related challenge veterans face?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is a negative stereotype many veterans face?

Question 8 8. Veterans entering the civilian workforce may find a very _____ environment as opposed to the relatively more _____ environment in the military.

Question 9 9. For some veterans, adjusting to civilian workplaces might be difficult because the military has a _____ while the civilian workplace often does not.

Question 10 10.

Some employers may inappropriately believe that all veterans are going to be a challenge to deal with because they are all _____.

I. Rigid

II. Overly-formal

III. Anger-prone

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Question 11 11. What determines the wages subject to a tax deduction under the Work Opportunity Tax Credit?

Question 12 12. How do veterans contribute to the diversity of a workplace?

Question 13 13. Tax credits for hiring veterans may allow a business to deduct _____ of an employee's wages up to a specified cap.

Question 14 14. Which of the following is TRUE about a 21-year-old veteran applicant with a security clearance?

Question 15 15. What is required to claim a tax credit for hiring a disabled veteran?

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Question 16 16. Generally, we refer to veterans as those with _______ in a specific career or job, and those in the military.

Question 17 17. Which American holiday honors American veterans for their service to their country?

Question 18 18. Those military veterans who were in the armed services during an actual conflict, such as in Vietnam, are known as _________ veterans.

Question 19 19. Military veterans are those who served their country. There are also subsets of such veterans, such as those who saw active fighting against an enemy, known as _________ veterans.

Question 20 20. Military veterans are generally those who served in the Army, Navy, _______, Coast Guard, or _______ _______.

Introduction to Veterans in the Workplace Chapter Exam Instructions

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