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Билет 8 Let’s talk about choosing a career

Возобновляем разбор билетов для проведения обязательного выпускного экзамена по английскому языку за курс средней школы. Изучаем Let’s talk about choosing a career

Восьмой билет выглядит следующим образом:

Let’s talk about your future career.

1. Let’s talk about your future career. What is your idea of an ideal job?
2. What would you like to become?
3. What questions will you ask your future employer at a job interview?
4. Give me some advice on how to behave at a job interview to create a positive impression on the employer
5. Some people think that it is necessary to have a good command of a foreign language to get a good job. Do you agree with this?
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1. What kind of job would you like to have in future?
2. Many students want to have a part-time job. Is it the right thing to do?
3. Give your schoolmates some advise on what they need to do to create a favourable impression either at a job interview or at an important exam.
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1. Let’s talk about your future career. What is your idea of an ideal job?

Tastes differ and someone’s best job might be a nightmare for others. The choice of an ideal job is really difficult to make. While talking about an ideal job people often try to decide what is more important: job satisfaction or a high salary. As for me, job satisfaction is more important. If you like what you do you are most willingly to do your best to become a better specialist. If you are good at something really useful you will have both job satisfaction and money in the end. Any useful occupation which makes other people’s lives better and inevitably will pay off sooner or later.  I mean useful in practice not from a point of view of a theoretician.

2. What would you like to become?

While choosing a career everyone should take into account not only his ambitions but his  talents as well. I want to travel all over the world, but I find it difficult to make friends with  people. In addition to that I don’t have a really good command of English thus being a translator or a tour guide may help my dreams come true but I have grave doubts that I will be a true specialist. I have a good head for mathematics and I ought to find some profession related to exact sciences. Maybe it will have something to do with computing.

3. What questions will you ask your future employer at a job interview?

What am I supposed to do? Are there any prospects of being promoted? Do I have to wear uniform or formal clothes?

4. Give me some advice on how to behave at a job interview to create a positive impression on the employer.

There are some useful tips… To begin with, dress accordingly  to the place where you’d like to work.  If you want to apply for a vacancy in a design agency wearing something boring  will run you down. Otherwise bright colours are least expected from a person who is supposed to be involved into something of value I mean business and finance. Being late for an interview is not the way of behaviour which is usually regarded as reliable. Once you are there be positive and do show that you want to fill in the vacancy advertised. It is a good idea to show that you are familiar with peculiarities of the company. Having done so you demonstrate that you took them seriously

5. Some people think that it is necessary to have a good command of a foreign language to get a good job. Do you agree with this?

I am afraid that the idea is a little bit far fetched. A good job is necessarily a well paid one. Many people are in favour of what is known as downshifting.  Having less money is not only a bad thing in a life of any person, but it means that having more free time. Time for rest and you family, for instance. If you work with foreign countries I mean selling and buying or even producing something, well, you had better be able to use language quite effectively, but if you are the person whom none can stand in for you may not be able to say a few words. Knowing any language will help you to gain a good knowledge of something without asking for help, but any language in itself  is no more than yet another line in your CV if you have other things to boast of.
Беглый анализ показывает, что второй вопрос из общепринятого списка пропал, а из первого вопроса получилось два.
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Дополнительные вопросы к теме Let’s talk about choosing a career

What kind of job would you like to have in future?

Many children wish they knew the right answer to it. It is really important not to make a mistake since the choice will have an effect on your whole life. I am good at maths, but I don’t want to be an economist. I think it is rather boring to deal with figures only. Maybe I will become a good engineer, won’t I? I am still in doubt.

Many students want to have a part-time job. Is it the right thing to do?

I reckon it depends on the job they want to have. If the job in somehow connected with their future profession, I thing it is worth doing to gain some practical skills. If the job is low qualified and won’t let you become a better specialist, you had better find another one. Some temporary income may not make up for being absent from university.

Give your schoolmates some advise on what they need to do to create a favourable impression either at a job interview or at an important exam.

To cut a long story short, be confident ant try to demonstrate that everything is under your control. There are some situations in life when something goes wrong and the cool blooded have higher chances to overcome difficulties than those who are so easily influenced.

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2014-11-04
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