Jack: Hi, Mary, what kind of jobs do you want to do?
Mary: I don't know. It's hard for me to make a decision now. How about you,
Jack: I don't know, either. There are so many jobs now, but it's hard for me to choose the right one.
Mary: Yes. I have been looking for a month, but I still can't get one.
Jack: What do you think of being a teacher?
Mary: That's not bad. It is a relatively stable job to be a teacher, and the benefits and remuneration are also good.
Jack: Yes, but I don't want to be a teacher because I am not good at dealing with children.
Mary: Then how about being an English translator? Isn't your major English?
Jack: I do wish to be a translator, so that I can use my English knowledge.
Mary: You could think it over and look for some translator recruitment information.
Jack: I will. By the way, Mary, since you are so good in verbal communication, why don't you work as a salesperson?
Mary: The marketing work is very tiring and has a lot of pressure.
Jack: But if you do well you could earn lots of money, right?
Mary: That's right. Where there is pressure, there is a source of motivation.
actor n. 男演员
editor n. 编辑
typist n. 打字员
attendant n. 服务员
broker n. 经纪人
chef n. 厨师
conductor n. 乘务员
director n. 寻演，主任
announcer n. 广播员
housekeeper n. 管家
model n. 模特
waiter n. 侍者
president n. 要裁；校长
secretary n. 文秘，秘书
nurse n. 护士
engineer n. 工程师
lawyer n. 律师