英语【英文练习帖8-图文讨论】What job descriptions actually means? (1)

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When you’re looking at job descriptions, you may notice certain buzz words and phrases popping up again and again, like “must be a self-starter” or “opportunities for growth.” These phrases may seem standard, but they may not mean what you think.

Do you agree with the idea in this picture? Have you seen any of this situation in your/other company?

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5 个月前沈东生(Rick)

My company prefers a veteran than a rookie in a recruit. Because the experienced workers are more efficient and productive, and less will to hop jobs.
I think this is perhaps a common phenomenon in China's company, especially in the IT industry. It may cause that undergraduates are very hard to find the first job in their careers.

My company prefers a veteran than a rookie in a recruit. Because the experienced workers are more efficient and productive, ++and less will to hop jobs. ++[have less well of job-hopping,这里的well是名词,所以不能和前面的are链接当形容词用]

I think this 【is perhaps/perhaps和is的顺序对调一下】 a common phenomenon in China's 【改成Chinese】company【用复数:companies】, especially in the IT industry.

It may cause that undergraduates 【are very hard /用will find it's very hard对于毕业生来说很难】to find the first job in their careers.

建议根据建议原文重写一遍印象更深哦

5 个月前沈东生(Rick)

My company prefers a veteran than a rookie in a recruit. Because the experienced workers are more efficient and productive, and have less well of job-hopping.
I think this perhaps is a common phenomenon in Chinese companies, especially in the IT industry. It may cause that undergraduates will find it's very hard to find the first job in their careers.

5 个月前no3no4

I think this is a situation like a buyer's market or a seller's market. Obvious at the moment the job market is a buyer market which means the supply exceeds demand. So there is a situation where companies only want bachelor for their jobs, but they finally receive many applications of graduate students. Of course, they will choose those lovely masters at the same price. When the job market become a seller market, it becomes much healthier. Unfortunately, we can't see it happen in recent years.

Obvious【用形容词开头obviously】 at the moment the job market is a buyer market which means the supply exceeds demand.

Of course, they will choose those lovely masters at【用with代替at】 the same price.

建议根据建议原文重写一遍印象更深哦

5 个月前欧耶山哥

Referring to my personal experience, small companies need veterans. They don't have time and effort to train newbies. They must first survive. For major companies or stable, developing companies, they need some veterans to guide the newbies. The newbies are fresh blood and they have verve and vitality. They are the future of the companies.

Very good point! Please keep the good work at discusing more about those topics!

5 个月前君君

I think some companies will exaggerate what they need in JD.It’s like the job interview, the interviews may ask you questions until you could not answer to show off their profession.
But generally, the JD for most companies are described in a proper way. No HR want to recruit an employee that is overqualified or under qualified

Very good point! Please keep the good work at discusing more about those topics!