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Unformatted text preview: the manufacturing process, and the job order costing system measures costs for each completed job, as opposed to set time periods. B. Contrast the products produced in a job order environment, like Parlex, to those produced when process cost systems are used. Job order products are produced for specific jobs. Job order products include wedding cakes, wedding invitations, production of movies, or anything that is engraved as a gift. Each job order product has its own specific characteristics. Process cost systems manufacture large quantities of similar products. Examples of process cost products include cereal, gasoline, automobiles, blank CDs....
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