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Practical Problem-Solving Skills in the Workplace by Pamela Helling, Rebekah Lashman, Judith Combes Taylor

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Pre-test

Practical Problem-Solving Skills in the Workplace 9541A

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1.   In today’s global economy:

(a)  transportation and communication are slow.

(b)  consumers must select from the goods and services produced in their own countries.

(c)  businesses have to work smarter to be competitive internationally.

(d)  there has been a tapering of American and Russian manufacturing because the global economy has opened up new markets for high-cost products.

2.   Which of the following is not a valid generalization about American workers in the late twentieth century?

(a)  To compete with workers in other countries, ...

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