Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Work công việc và ví dụ áp dụng

Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Work công việc và ví dụ áp dụng trong phần trả lời cho bài thi IELTS để dễ dàng đạt được band điểm cao với những từ vựng học thuật đậm chất IELTS và có hỗ trợ phần hội thoại để thí sinh có thể dễ dàng luyện tập.

to be called for an interview:được mời đến phỏng vấn
to be your own boss: làm chủ doanh nghiệp
a dead-end job: công việc không có tương lai.
to do a job-share: chia sẻ giờ làm việc với người khác, được tính theo hàng tuần
a good team player: người cộng tác tốt
full-time: thời gian làm việc trong suốt một tuần
a heavy workload: khối lương công việc nhiều
a high-powered job: công việc quan trọng
holiday entitlement: ngày nghỉ phép
job satisfaction: sự hài long trong công việc
manual work: công việc tay chân
maternity leave: nghỉ thai sản
to meet a deadline: hoàn thành việc đúng kỳ hạn
a nine-to-five job: công việc ngày làm 8 tiếng
one of the perks of the job: phần thưởng thêm trong công việc ngoài tiền lương
part-time: việc làm bán thời gian
to run your own business: vận hành công việc kinh doanh riêng
to be self-employed: tự làm chủ
sick leave: nghỉ bịnh
to be stuck behind a desk: cảm thấy buồn chán với công việc bàn giấy
to be/get stuck in a rut: cảm thấy công việc đang làm rất buồn chán nhưng khó bỏ được
to take early retirement: về hưu non
temporary work: công việc tạm thời
voluntary work: công việc tình nguyện
to be well paid: lương cao
working conditions: điều kiện làm việc
to work with your hands: công việc tay chân

Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Work công việc và ví dụ áp dụng trong phần trả lời bài thi IELTS SPEAKING ở cả 3 phần thi IELTS

Part 1-style questions

Examiner: What do you do?

Sasah: I do a job-share with a friend in a boutique … I enjoy it … I like working with customers … unfortunately it’s only temporary work but one of the perks of the job is I get a discount on the clothes …

Examiner: Do you have any career plans yet?

Carly: Yes … I’d like to be my own boss one day … I’m interested in programming and I’d like to create apps for myself or for other companies … I know being self employed would be a challenge but the idea of doing a nine-to-five job doesn’t appeal to me at all …

Examiner: What do you see yourself doing in 10 years time?

Marie: I’d hope to be working … not a high-powered job … but I’m quite a creative person so something where I can work with my hands would be nice … as long as I’m not stuck behind a desk doing something boring in a dead-end job I’ll be happy …

Part 2-style task
Describe your ideal job. You should say:

what this job is

whether you would need any qualifications

whether it would be easy to find work

and say why you would enjoy this job in particular.

Max: I’ve always loved watching wildlife programmes on TV and often thought how much I’d enjoy working with animals … perhaps in a safari park … something like that … you’d probably need a degree to have any chance of being called for an interview and whether there are many full-time jobs I don’t know … I’m sure a lot of parks rely on voluntary work so it might not be easy … and it probably wouldn’t be well-paid either but money isn’t everything … I’d get so much job satisfaction … I can’t imagine it being the kind of job where you get stuck in a rut … and I think I’d be good at it as well … I’d love to work with animals I enjoy manual work and I’m a good team player … so even though the working conditions might not be the best I think that would be my ideal job …

Part 3-style questions

Examiner: If there are a limited number of jobs available who should be given priority, young people or older people with more experience?

Anna: Things are so different these days … a few years ago older employees would often take early retirement or go onto part-time contracts and there were always opportunities for younger people but now jobs are so scarce … I think younger people need to be given the chance whenever possible …

Examiner: What are some of the important things a candidate should find out before accepting a job?

Ali: Well … you’d need to know about your area of responsibility … and your salary of course and then there are things like holiday entitlement … maternity or paternity leave … if you’re thinking of having children … and what the situation is regarding sick leave … that kind of thing … Examiner: What are the advantages of having your own business rather than working for someone else?

Julie: Well … unfortunately being an employee at the moment is very stressful … people have veryheavy workloads … they’re always under pressure to meet deadlines … running your own business isn’t easy … but I do think it would be far more satisfying …

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