When you’re looking at job descriptions, you may notice certain buzz words and phrases popping up again and again, and the company often lie about it.
Several years ago, I just graduated from university. At that time, I was young and had not much social experience. When I was applying a job and was told the job with opportunities for growth, I believed it and had a good vision for the future. Then I accepted the job with poor salary and I worked very hard. But with increasing age and rich experience, I consider the salary more.
When I was applying [+for] a job and was told the job with opportunities for growth [growth opportunities就好]
But with [an] increasing age and rich[+er从语义上更好] experience, I consider the salary [to be]more[important].
或者可以说"I prioritize salary when considering an offer"，注意"consider"的用法很容易出错，可以查查字典。
Every coin has two sides. I think this is more acceptable for newbies. Newbies need to grow rapidly, even if the salary is low. While, veterans have more things to consider. They are in middle age, start to feel pressure from family. What's more, with rich experience, they needed to be paid more.
While, veterans have more things to consider.
You use "while" at the beginning of a clause to introduce information that contrasts with information in the main clause.
They are in middle age, start to feel pressure from family.
start to feel pressure[+d这里是形容词] from family
Every coin has two sides. I think this is more acceptable for newbies. Newbies need to grow rapidly even if the salary is low, While veterans have more things to consider. In their middle ages, they start to feel pressured from family. What's more, with rich experience, they needed to be paid more.
To my mind, every company will give us opportunities to grow. When changing jobs, the only thing to be sure about is whether the salary we get matches the ability we have.
I think this series of topics is very interesting, but it dost not always reflect the reality of the situation. It depends on whether you are an amateur or a professional, your related work experience, and many other things. You can't always anticipate the company is evil and put it on your opposition side.
Well said ;)
You can't always anticipate the company is evil [synonyms of anticipate: hope, expect, await--seems strange when using with "evil"] and put it on your opposition [opposite] side.
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