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A job training program intends to place its graduates in a particular industry. By asking employers what skill levels they require and training their students to surpass those levels, the program hopes to provide its students with the best possible chance of being hired.

The strategy adopted by the job-training program as described above makes which of the following assumptions?

a.Students attending job-training program can complete the program in a short amount of time.
b.Employers in this industry prefer to provide on the job training to their new employees
c.Job candidate skills are the primary concern of employers in this industry.
d.Students entering the job-training program will already have developed minimum level of the skills necessary for this industry.
e.The level of ability required for the skills necessary in this industry is rising.
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A job training program intends to place its graduates in a particular industry. By asking employers what skill levels they require and training their students to surpass those levels, the program hopes to provide its students with the best possible chance of being hired.

The strategy adopted by the job-training program as described above makes which of the following assumptions?

a.Students attending job-training program can complete the program in a short amount of time.
b.Employers in this industry prefer to provide on the job training to their new employees
c.Job candidate skills are the primary concern of employers in this industry.
d.Students entering the job-training program will already have developed minimum level of the skills necessary for this industry.
e.The level of ability required for the skills necessary in this industry is rising.

E is my final answer, cuz E explain why Students need to go to tranning course. They need a better skill to enhance their chance to take a job.
Obviously E
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batliwala wrote:
A job training program intends to place its graduates in a particular industry. By asking employers what skill levels they require and training their students to surpass those levels, the program hopes to provide its students with the best possible chance of being hired.

The strategy adopted by the job-training program as described above makes which of the following assumptions?

a.Students attending job-training program can complete the program in a short amount of time.
b.Employers in this industry prefer to provide on the job training to their new employees
c.Job candidate skills are the primary concern of employers in this industry.
d.Students entering the job-training program will already have developed minimum level of the skills necessary for this industry.
e.The level of ability required for the skills necessary in this industry is rising.


IMO C
If Skills are NOT the primary concern rather work experience in the relevant industry is the primary concern then even after having the required skills the students may not get hired.
Hence they are assuming C and training the students in that aspect.

IMO C
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