Meaning of VALUE in English

VALUE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a moral value (= behaviour that a society believes is right and good )

Schools teach moral values both by example and in lessons.

added value

We’ve added value to the information by organizing it.

appreciate the significance/importance/value of sth

He did not fully appreciate the significance of signing the contract.

be equal in value

Your pension will be equal in value to two thirds of your final year salary.

(be of) limited use/value

Unfortunately, the drug is of limited value in treating cancer.

be value for money British English (= used when saying that something is worth the amount of money you pay for it )

The holiday was excellent value for money.

book value

cultural values (= ideas of what is right and wrong in a culture )

the social and cultural values of the western world

curiosity value (= the quality or advantage of being something that people want to know about )

When the shop was new it had curiosity value.

depreciate in value

New cars depreciate in value quickly.

double in size/number/value etc

Within two years the company had doubled in size.

entertainment value (= how enjoyable something is to watch )

The films provide great entertainment value for kids.

face value

You shouldn’t always take his remarks at face value.

family values

The party places great emphasis on family values.

incalculable importance/value/worth etc

treasures of incalculable value

increase in value/price/importance etc

Investments are certain to increase in value.

inestimable value

a painting of inestimable value

intrinsic nature/quality/value/property of sth

There is nothing in the intrinsic nature of the work that makes it more suitable for women.

market value

maximum value

The award will consist of a lump sum to a maximum value of $5,000.

novelty value (= the extra interest that something receives because it is new )

The car still sells well, though the novelty value has worn off.

nutritional value

Cooking vegetables for too long lessens their nutritional value .

of equal value/importance

He is remembered for his novels, but his scientific work is of equal importance.

propaganda value (= ability to be used for propaganda )

There was propaganda value in agreeing to a peace conference.

retail value

The retail value would be around $500.

sentimental value (= important because of your feelings or memories relating to them )

The rings that were stolen were of great sentimental value .

share sb’s values (= have the same ideas about what is right and wrong )

The only way to change things is to elect politicians who share our values.

street value

Detectives seized drugs with a street value of almost £300,000.

the true value of sth

At the time, I did not recognise the true value of my discovery.

trade-in price/value

The trade-in value is roughly $3000.

traditional...values

traditional family values

value judgment

value sb’s contribution (= think that someone’s contribution is important )

They didn’t seem to value my contribution.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

different

If you find on reading this that an existing process would have benefited from different values at.

The amplitudes for the different position values therefore all have equal squared moduli.

Male speaker Although it's important we are profitable, we're working towards different values other than purely monetary.

Every value distribution entails trade-offs between different values as well as some inequality in the distribution of benefits and burdens.

Central to the tax are the bands into which homes of different value will be sorted.

Throughout this chapter, I have demonstrated a different set of values and attitudes about reading.

Unless the table is made excessively large, two or more different values will eventually be sent to the same slot.

The subtleties of peer relationships are negotiated by generation after generation, in different ways and perhaps with different values or rules.

equal

With respect to desire, they insist on the equal value of products of the hunt and products of the garden.

That is equal to the value of the claims in the whole of 1989.

This is also equal to the value of the equity in the unlevered firm.

It is usual for each side to begin with an equal points value of troops - say two thousand points a side.

National income will then fall until the value of what is produced is equal to the value of aggregate demand.

None the less, it has its own special flavour which is of equal value .

Note that financial assets and liabilities cancel one another out, thus making net worth equal to the value of physical assets.

Legal racial segregation has been outlawed; blacks have the vote; votes are pretty much equal in value .

good

The rooms are of average size, clean an good value for money.

A better word was values , with its inference of personal choice and personal responsibility.

This is a well-equipped and comfortable hotel, offering good value for money.

And I think I received good values from the church.

Two separate issues arise from the search for better value .

What about capped rates for good value ?

We are determined to ensure that these services are delivered efficiently, in a way which provides the best value for money.

great

We exchange the things of lesser value for the things of greater value.

The Arapesh created a society in which the greatest value is children but in which the children die for lack of food.

Fashion Style offers great value for money with outstanding results.

Hence the great value of this teaching in ordinary life.

Finally, the annual volumes of Whitaker's Almanac can be of great value regarding fractions of the day and other matters.

However, newspaper advertising can be of great value to the shopper for food.

Even if you can not make an active contribution your support is of great value .

This is a non sequitur, since something can be both a by-product and a great value .

high

Clouds and fresh snow have high values in all bands.

This second position places high value on equality of conditions-adding social and economic equality to legal equality.

I have mentioned particular examples of qualities that make for high survival value among memes.

Where fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals with high added value can be produced by biotechnology there will be rapid developments.

Insurance For mailing high value items, cover up to £1500.

On the other hand, he grasped the high value of the old woman and her nurse as hostages.

Limitation on liability is placed at £800 per tonne which should be monitored and adjusted in the case of higher value consignments.

The funds are available to compensate farmers for the high value of the pound against the euro.

intrinsic

By definition, all at-the-money and out-of-the-money options have intrinsic values of zero.

We are speaking about giving everyone access to some share in the intrinsic values that make human life worthwhile.

Liberalisation and democratisation were not so much of intrinsic value as of practical value for the reformist-minded leadership.

It is in this sense that intrinsic values are objective.

Antique jewellery at the Paris Biennale is of interest for its design rather than its intrinsic value .

They are capable of producing and enjoying states of intrinsic value , desirable for their own sakes alone.

As with treasure trove the finder is rewarded with the intrinsic value of the find.

The universe was created for a purpose, and this purpose is to realise intrinsic values among persons in relationship and community.

low

The result - heavy industry and low value added production kept going long past its time, ineffectually, by subsidy.

Order books are wilting, despite the low value of the euro.

His bill will be just £273 - £100 less than the bill for the lowest value property in Langbaurgh.

The food, although mainly low in nutritive value , unappetizing and depressingly monotonous, was at least adequate in quantity.

One-third of the water irrigates thirsty crops of low value - alfalfa, cotton, rice - and pasture.

People will stop using a system if searches yield inaccurate, out-of-date or low-value knowledge.

They are low value , from a peripheral hand.

They live in what was formerly a low rateable value area.

maximum

The maximum value of any put is set by its exercise price:.

It is a linear function that has been clipped to minimum and maximum values , which then makes it nonlinear.

And all of our holidays are geared to maximum fun and maximum value .

The curve approaches a minimum and maximum value at the asymptotes.

Numbers up to the maximum integer value may be entered as a decimal constant without any loss of accuracy.

For example, the maximum value of is always about.

Elective 5: as elective 4 except that the maximum required value is specified.

Portman's maximum loan to value is 95%, which is more user friendly for many first-time buyers.

moral

In another case, though, they lose all moral value and lead only to bookkeeping and arguing.

They include judgment and moral values .

They have always been unseemly, since they make a mockery of the moral values they purport to uphold.

Eight percent said a decline in moral values worried them the most.

Their moral values are a bit intolerant, too.

If they are to last over time, moral values must contribute to successful human survival.

These are the scales of spiritual, moral and personal values .

Are there any genuinely absolute moral values ?

net

Completion accounts Completion accounts will usually be needed if the price is to be based on earnings or net asset values .

It is the price of the bonds that determines the net asset value of bond funds.

Launch costs are capped at 3.5 percent, giving a net asset value after launch of 96.5 percent of gross proceeds.

In this caseY the project having the highest net present value and profitability index may have the lowest internal rate of return.

In addition, the management company may charge an annual fee of 0.5-1 percent of net asset value .

If the reverse is true and the net present value is negative, the project would be rejected.

The tax base, or rateable value , is the net annual value of the property occupied.

Thus stocks need to be stated at cost or, if lower, at net realisable value .

nominal

Company A took merger relief and recorded its investment in B at the nominal value of the shares issued.

Also barred would have been gifts, except for items of nominal value , such as shirts or mugs.

The mean underwriting fee was 1.4 percent of the issue's nominal value .

The box, with a nominal value of £5, was for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow trust.

The nominal value is meaningless and may be misleading, except in so far as it determines the minimum liability.

Grand Trunk shares traded at around three times their nominal value .

Over 100 stocks were listed with a total nominal value of just under £125 billion and a market value slightly in excess of this.

nutritional

This engrossing spectacle fascinates the predator who may eventually devour the tail, although it has little nutritional value .

Or he expatiated on the nutritional value of the lowly peanut.

These days everyone is becoming an expert in the nutritional value of different foods and the importance of vitamins and trace elements.

But once you start adding a high-fat cereal or chocolate, you are increasing the calories without appreciably increasing the nutritional value .

There are also informative sections on nutritional values , and storage and hygiene.

The study also found that consumers ranked canned food far below fresh and frozen foods based on nutritional value .

The quality and nutritional value of what little food was available was very low, but there were few alternatives.

Native grasses usually have insufficient nutritional value as they provide considerably less protein.

present

The accuracy of the result can be checked in a column showing the present value for that term.

All future costs and benefits should be discounted to their present value for comparison.

Since in all the investments considered the entire outlay is in the first year, it is already a present value .

However, the present value of the $ 110, 000 is less than $ 100, 000.

The present value of dividends on the shares in the index over the next six months was £1500.

Step 2 calculates the present value of the expected benefits of the new equipment.

The luminosity of the Sun in the early history of the Solar System was probably only about 70% of the present value .

The profitability index allows a direct comparison between the projects in terms of the present value of benefit per unit cost.

real

But in more recent times, the real value of outstanding government stock has been declining.

Because of inflation, it declined in real value over the years.

The problem lies with the documents, which are too short to be of real value .

The one item of real value Eaton owned was the reservoir site on the ranch he had purchased from Thomas Rickey.

But their bid has been knocked back by the Government which claimed their independent valuation was only about half the real value .

Such diversities or divisions of people have no real fundamental value .

This bargaining power is likely to push the real value of a deal through the £4 million barrier.

The only thing of real material value was a camera; he took it, but left the case.

social

Moreover, social values and structures have shown a remarkable ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.

Chapter 3 explored the various critiques of social democratic values and policies and the suggested policy alternatives.

From the 1950s to the 1990s radical changes in teaching styles reflect major changes in social and cultural values .

People brought up and educated in different decades hold different social values and attitudes.

Decisions about these factors will themselves involve social and political value judgments.

But the first of these has a much higher social value and power than the second.

However there is little evidence to suggest that child bearing is actually accorded high social value .

Incentive systems should be designed to promote and strengthen the social purposes and values of the organisation.

total

These items have an approximate total value of £800.

The total value to Loral shareholders for the transaction was put at more than $ 10 billion.

In the United States apples and other perennial food crops constituted 16 % of the total value of food crops in 1998.

Jackson estimated the total potential value of these business opportunities at $ 200 million.

Immediately afterwards, the market price of the remaining debt nearly doubled, leaving the total value virtually unchanged.

Most countries in the world attempt to monitor the total value of their output, or gross national product.

Annual management charges are relatively simple, being a fixed percentage levied on the total value of the trust.

The total value of sales is £80 million so far.

traditional

The Leisure 200 Modern looks. Traditional values .

State policy will also be used to preserve traditional values , especially regarding family life, religion and culture.

Fortunately, while traditional values have hardly changed at the dinner table, cooker design has.

For example, he introduced governmental policies that undercut traditional Confucian values .

Are traditional human values threatened by urbanisation and other phenomena in contemporary society and how is this reflected in literature?

The far right objects that the tests encourage children to criticise traditional values .

The Romans tended to regard the course of history as alternating between defection from and adherence to traditional values .

Leavis, Lewis, and Gardner shared traditional values , even though Cambridge and Oxford spoke with different accents.

true

I fear we may be in danger of knowing the price of everything but failing to appreciate its true value .

Its true value is in its subjectivity.

On the other hand it can bring about reconciliation between families and friends and a new appreciation of life's true values .

Once those properties hit the market, their true value will be found out.

Therefore, there is a probability of 0.68 that the true value of beta will lie between 0.541 and 0.807.

Unlikely as it may sound, the conductor program could prove the true value of practice.

That is to say, the range within which the true value will lie with a probability of 0.95.

For McCloy wouldn't get anything like the cargo's true value in his underworld market.

■ NOUN

asset

Unit trusts are permitted to operate a spread as wide as 15 percent of the net asset value of the fund.

Those who were dubious or just cautious missed out on historic advances in financial asset values .

In addition, the management company may charge an annual fee of 0.5-1 percent of net asset value .

It is the price of the bonds that determines the net asset value of bond funds.

Conversely, future taxes and government expenditure may influence current incomes, as where they are capitalized in asset values .

The largest spread allowed between offer and bid prices is 15 percent of net asset value .

Palatine shareholders are being offered a significant increase in capital value and income, plus a substantial premium over net asset value.

Prices based on a multiple of earnings tend to require more detailed and thorough completion accounts than net asset value based prices.

book

It was sold at current book value .

The goodwill reflects the premium over book value Wells paid for its Los Angeles-based rival.

Britain's National Westminster, by contrast, paid 2.4 times book value for its ill-fated venture into New Jersey.

Stocks are selling at more than four times their book value .

It can be drawn up on the basis of historic-cost book values , current-cost book values or market values.

Gains on property disposals are calculated by reference to historical net book value to the Group.

The net book value of Banner's leasehold properties comes to £1.82m; the historical cost is £2.054m.

Describe what is meant by the net book value and the written down value of an asset?

face

They loiter outside the big match with fistfuls of grubby tickets priced at many times their face value .

The bonds were priced below their face value .

Because Kate, for all her faults real and imagined, was the only person ever to take him at face value .

Here are details from the auction: Rates are determined by the difference between the purchase price and face value .

It is issued to passengers whose flights have been cancelled or delayed and is redeemable by the airlines at face value .

Crooks typically sell the notes for 20 percent to 30 percent of their face value .

This is probably correct, but conventional medical wisdom need not be accepted entirely at face value .

Its price fell 75 yen per 50, 000 in face value .

family

They must contribute towards constructing genuine communities, family values generating City values.

Indeed, many people here made their money under Republican leadership and cite family values and school choice as their chief concerns.

If he for ever growled songs about factories, family values and running wild on a minimum wage they would be happy.

What is happening to family values is that they are becoming increasingly and prohibitively expensive for the individuals involved.

This is not because Las Vegas has suddenly discovered family values .

In the 1994 bi-election year, prayer in the schools, so-called family values , and similar issues came to the forefront.

As Okin notes, if we really mean what we say about family values , this can hardly be controversial. 2.

Philandering erodes love and family values , but it does not necessarily destroy them.

market

The property-based tax will sort all 22.2m homes into seven bands according to their market values .

It prices items in its balance sheet at the lower of cost or market value .

Shares in Ossory Estates lost one third of their market value .

Our home is brand new, carries no mortgage, and has a market value of $ 500, 000 plus.

If they are tied houses of the sort that the hon. Lady described, that would be reflected in the market value .

The residential prOperty tax assessment is based On a valuation set at 15 percent of fair market value .

The latter class of claimants, generally bondholders, will suffer a fall in the market value of their claims.

However, we will not pay more than the market value of the package.

■ VERB

add

If you have any skill at carving or painting you can certainly add more value on to many finds!

Hierarchy has added immense value to the world, and pundits who call for its demise are either fools or cynics.

There isn't a lot of potential to add value to a relationship like that.

You are anyone in your organization confronted by the challenge of learning new and different ways of adding value to performance.

These are the pampering touches - they make your holiday special and add up to very good value for money.

For those who know how to use it, technology adds value to what they do.

Simply calculate the extra weight and add the correct value of stamps for that particular weight and destination.

Developing the ability to identify and process plant samples will add value to a country's resources, the report says.

appreciate

I fear we may be in danger of knowing the price of everything but failing to appreciate its true value .

Mr Goldinger believed rates would rise and invested in instruments that would appreciate in value if that occurred.

First it must be appreciated that the value of certain features varies with the group being studied.

That box likely will appreciate in value , considering she bought it for a whopping 23 cents.

It is of paramount importance to realise and appreciate the value of deep groundstrokes.

The intended goal of the process will be to produce minds, capable of creating and appreciating values .

The majority of contemporary items will probably not appreciate in value to any worthwhile degree, at least in real terms.

But do politicians appreciate the value of the diplomatic enterprise?

increase

And each year, Clerical Medical may apply a bonus, increasing the value of your Plan.

Invest more aggressively in stocks. Increase face value of life insurance.

Each day during its 91 day life, it should increase in value a little.

A merger would have several benefits, Amerman insisted, including stronger international marketing, more efficient manufacturing and increased shareholder value .

Because so much has been put into making such fine volumes, they have tended to increase in value year by year.

It will come as a result of Joe increasing his value to the company.

However, careful use of criteria for surgery could increase the value and reduce the incidence of dilatation and curettage.

Firms connected with Brown and Root did even better, increasing in value an average of 1. 64 percent.

place

We will encourage changes to the education system which place a positive value on a pluralist, diverse and multicultural society.

To place a monetary value on the prevention of an epidemic is largely conjectural.

Much emphasis has been placed on the theoretical value of tat and protease inhibitors.

Analysts said it was difficult to place a value on the spinoff because Payless' capitalization was unknown.

This is partly due to parents not placing high value on a daughter's education.

Whether we do so directly or by implication, we place a value on human life.

This second position places high value on equality of conditions-adding social and economic equality to legal equality.

The students in the above study had parents who placed a high value on education.

represent

What causes offence is that he merely represents a shifting of values for the mass of young people.

We think these plans represent fairness and value for all Raiders fans.

In the first version, each card laid represents a value , such as love or luck.

I used to pour the orange juice, which represented the added value in our products, into four separate glasses.

This equals the comparative cost and again the lowest figure represents the best value .

The new subscription rates still represent exceptional value .

Your new Thames Water charges still represent exceedingly good value for a continuous supply of water and our sewage services.

There is great diversity and variety among PACs as they represent different values and beliefs.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

core values/beliefs

Above all, it requires the steady cultivation of healthy core beliefs that will shore up the organization when setbacks occur.

Actions are core beliefs put into practice.

Banished from the official organizational history, the memory of these unpleasant side effects lingers in the form of unhealthy core beliefs.

Because they describe an objective reality, descriptive core beliefs are simply valid or invalid.

If both core beliefs and the actions they inspire are healthy, the organization will ultimately succeed in achieving its long-term goals.

Organizational fears are emotional responses to core beliefs.

That something is whether or not your organization has a healthy system of valid core beliefs and realistic fears.

What made Reagan extraordinary, beyond his communicative skills, was his resolute adherence to core beliefs.

custodian of tradition/moral values etc

good value (for money)

All are good value at under £4.

And I think I received good values from the church.

Highly recommended and also good value for the region.

Political scribblers were usually better value than politicians, most of them being irreverent and much better informed.

The best values are the credit-card companies, and I like them all.

Vague objectives might include maintaining a market share or keeping up with technology or offering good value to the customer.

nominal value/rate/income etc

Additional effects are found from the growth in nominal income which is associated with an increase in own-country relative returns.

Also barred would have been gifts, except for items of nominal value, such as shirts or mugs.

However low nominal rates of interest go, they still remain positive in real terms.

The nominal rate of interest has two components.

The nominal value is meaningless and may be misleading, except in so far as it determines the minimum liability.

The accumulated fund represents the nominal value of the net assets of the Law Society valued at historic cost.

The box, with a nominal value of £5, was for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow trust.

The mean underwriting fee was 1.4 percent of the issue's nominal value.

place value/importance/emphasis etc on sth

A government department may place emphasis on careful administration and attention to detail, to research and to political manoeuvring.

In fact, these words break the sentence rhythm, placing emphasis on the words that follow.

It places emphasis on external evaluation and it undervalues the individual young reader's assessment.

Some place emphasis on biotic, others on environmental factors.

snob value/appeal

And of course there is the sheer snob appeal of being able to avoid the herd.

These berries even have snob appeal.

Three university researchers say they now have a surprising answer: snob appeal.

take sth at face value

The newspapers have taken this propaganda at face value, without questioning it.

And he no longer took things at face value.

Because Kate, for all her faults real and imagined, was the only person ever to take him at face value.

But now, a hundred years on, certain factions persist in taking it at face value.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Fiber has no calories or nutritional value .

If K equals 3, what is the value of X?

Real estate values continue to rise.

Some fine wines increase in value as they get older.

The value of the sculpture was estimated at $500,000.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A close third was his upholding of conservative values.

Agricultural and fishing exports increased four-fold in value from 1974-77.

Among many seventeenth-century Puritans, a little more leeway about the value of good works in salvation was allowed.

And these latter values are very much higher than the values obtainable on the old system.

Depreciation is a charge that reduces the value of assets over time, reflecting their use.

Services would be charged for the value of the buildings they occupied to encourage economy.

Such anthologies have great interest and value , not least because of their motivating appeal to students.

The Bloomberg Indiana Index has risen almost 17 percent since it was started in September 1994 with a base value of 100.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

highly

The soul of a true Hero always finds a better rate of exchange, and is valued highly by the gods.

Like the photogram they were highly valued because of the absolute impersonality achieved in the tonal rendering through some mechanistic agency.

One reason for the Surrealists' relatively slow climb since 1975 is that they were highly valued then.

Individual contributions are highly valued , within a focus on collaboration and integration.

Such contributions were highly valued because the members felt that they were learning much about their own school.

Although this community imposed its own brand of conformity in many ways, individual expression was valued highly .

Physical education is highly valued and forms part of a fully integrated educational programme based on a unitary conception of man.

Verbal systems are highly valued as children learn to talk, read, and write.

most

People must decide which they value most - a cheap supply of water, or preserving the countryside exactly as it was.

The most valued individuals will be those who can work effectively with other employees in a team effort.

But this revolution in what must be Britain's most valued public industry, is taking place in the market place.

In Buddhism, emptiness is valued most of all.

■ NOUN

share

The offer also values each Lloyds preference share at 255. 5 pence.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

core values/beliefs

Above all, it requires the steady cultivation of healthy core beliefs that will shore up the organization when setbacks occur.

Actions are core beliefs put into practice.

Banished from the official organizational history, the memory of these unpleasant side effects lingers in the form of unhealthy core beliefs.

Because they describe an objective reality, descriptive core beliefs are simply valid or invalid.

If both core beliefs and the actions they inspire are healthy, the organization will ultimately succeed in achieving its long-term goals.

Organizational fears are emotional responses to core beliefs.

That something is whether or not your organization has a healthy system of valid core beliefs and realistic fears.

What made Reagan extraordinary, beyond his communicative skills, was his resolute adherence to core beliefs.

custodian of tradition/moral values etc

good value (for money)

All are good value at under £4.

And I think I received good values from the church.

Highly recommended and also good value for the region.

Political scribblers were usually better value than politicians, most of them being irreverent and much better informed.

The best values are the credit-card companies, and I like them all.

Vague objectives might include maintaining a market share or keeping up with technology or offering good value to the customer.

nominal value/rate/income etc

Additional effects are found from the growth in nominal income which is associated with an increase in own-country relative returns.

Also barred would have been gifts, except for items of nominal value, such as shirts or mugs.

However low nominal rates of interest go, they still remain positive in real terms.

The nominal rate of interest has two components.

The nominal value is meaningless and may be misleading, except in so far as it determines the minimum liability.

The accumulated fund represents the nominal value of the net assets of the Law Society valued at historic cost.

The box, with a nominal value of £5, was for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow trust.

The mean underwriting fee was 1.4 percent of the issue's nominal value.

snob value/appeal

And of course there is the sheer snob appeal of being able to avoid the herd.

These berries even have snob appeal.

Three university researchers say they now have a surprising answer: snob appeal.

take sth at face value

The newspapers have taken this propaganda at face value, without questioning it.

And he no longer took things at face value.

Because Kate, for all her faults real and imagined, was the only person ever to take him at face value.

But now, a hundred years on, certain factions persist in taking it at face value.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

He valued Lucille's honesty.

He works for an antique firm, valuing furniture.

The builder valued the work already done at $400.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A major problem in valuing the volunteer market in sport is that no accepted shadow wage rate is used.

Another way to value the use of a car for personal purposes is the cents-per-mile valuation method.

But AEs who could hard sell were still valued the most in the firm.

Folks in Montana tend to value their privacy, to the point that minding your own business is considered a virtue.

He valued the individual as a person and was patient with those who did not share this view.

The licensed chemist property portfolio was valued at the year end by Chesterton.

The new managers had to learn how to think, feel, and value as managers instead of as individual contributors.

Young people who meet the standards earn nationally recognized credentials that employers value .

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