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Ex. 43. Decide if the sentences are true or false. Compare your answers with a classmate’s



1. What Colour Is Your Parachute ? is similar to other job-hunting

Manuals.

2. Bolles’s goal is to help people find work as quickly as possible.

3. According to What Colour Is Your Parachute?, job hunters should

think about their skills, the work setting, and the job rewards they

want.

4. What Colour Is Your Parachute? includes specific advice on finding

jobs.

5. According to the reviewer, one problem of the book is that it’s too

short.

Ex. 44. Read each situation. Decide whether, according to Bolles, the person is making a mistake or doing the right thing. Circle your answers. Then discuss your decisions with your classmates.

1. Owen has been always a manager. He doesn’t want to be a manager. But he’s not looking for another job because he thinks that he doesn’t know how to do anything else. According to Bolles, Owen is

a. making a mistake

b. doing the right thing.

2. Amy studied to be a teacher. But now she’s not just looking for work

as a teacher. Instead, she’s thinking about whether teaching is really

the right career for her. According to Bolles, Amy is

a. making a mistake.

b. doing the right thing.

3. Bill is in a job interview. He is asking the person who is interviewing

him some questions about the company. According to Bolles, Bill is

a. making a mistake.

b. doing the right thing.

4. Kathy has a choice between a job that pays very well and a job that

seems very interesting. She decides that for her, money is the most

important thing. So she chooses the job that pays well. According to

Bolles, Kathy is

a. making a mistake.

b. doing the right thing.

5. Peter sent his résumé to many companies and he answered many want

ads. So now he is waiting for someone to call him about a job.

According to Bolles, Peter is

a. making a mistake.

b. doing the right thing.

 

Ex. 45. Complete the e-mail from Cristina to Jenny with the words below:

 

hire interview out of work résumé skills specific



 

From: Cristina Bond@Richmond.edu

Sent: 01 July 2004 14:23

To: JRIOS@aol.com

Subject: New Job

Hi Jenny,

Guess what? I finally found a job. I’m so excited! I thought I was going to be 1 ----------------- forever. I was so nervous during the 2 ------------------- .

I was sure they didn’t want to 3 ----------------- me. At first they asked me lots of general questions about my life. That information was on my 4 ------------- . But then they started to ask me lots of 5 ------------------- questions about computers. I’m so glad I took that Internet course last summer. It gave me a lot of computer 6 ------------------- that I can use at this job. Now, I can’t believe it. I’ll call you next week with my new work number.

 

Yours,

Web master Cristina

 

READING IV

 

You are going to read part of a leaflet prepared by a large employment agency. It gives advice on what to do and what not to do at interviews. Choose the most suitable heading from the list A-F for each part (1-4). There is an example at the beginning (0). Notice that there is one heading which you do NOT need to use.

 

A. Why did you leave your last job?

B. What else should you do during the interview?

C. What did you do in your last job?

D. How should you prepare for the interview?

E. Why do you want to work for us?

F. What questions should I ask my interviewers?



 

1. Find out as much as you can about your prospective employers and the business they are in. Think about the questions you are most likely to be asked, and at least three questions you would like to ask them. Then make sure you arrive for the interview at least fifteen minutes early. Here, by the way, are four of the most frequent questions interviewers ask. Think calmly about them while you are waiting.

2. Don't talk only about what you hope to get from the firm. Emphasize what you think you can do for them and all the things in your previous experience and training that you think will be useful in the new job. Be sure also to mention something you have learned about your prospective employers that interests you.

3. Don't just give the name of the job. Describe the main duties and responsibilities the job involved. Then pause and see if your interviewer has any further questions.

4. Be as positive as possible. Emphasize all the things you learned that you think will be useful in the new job. Be sure to mention any promotion or advancement you had.

a. Relax. Be yourself.

b. Look at your interviewer when he or she asks you questions.

c. If you don't understand a question, politely say 'I'm not sure if I understand. Do you mean...'

d. Remember the questions you would like to ask. Be sure to ask at least one or two before the interview is over.

e. At the end, thank your interviewers for seeing you.

 

5. Never say 'It was boring'. Instead, say that you didn't think you could make use of your full abilities. Don't criticize your previous employer. If you lost your job through no fault of your own, briefly describe the problems the company had. Never give your prospective employers the impression that you are bitter.

 


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