Bộ từ vựng tiếng Anh về Job và Work trong IELTS

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Trong bài viết ngày hôm nay RES sẽ chia sẻ đến bạn một số bài mẫu cho bài thi IELTS Speaking cả 3 part về chủ đề Job/Work . Các bạn có thể tham khảo để luyện thi IELTS, hãy vận dụng ngay nếu gặp chủ đề ngày nhé.

Chủ đề Job và Work trong Ielts

Chủ đề job và work là một chủ đề thường xuyên xuất hiện trong các đề thi IELTS, đặc biệt là trong phần nói và viết. Dưới đây là một số câu hỏi thường gặp và các chủ đề liên quan đến job và work trong IELTS

Các câu hỏi thường gặp

  1. What kind of job do you have? / What do you do for a living?
  2. What do you enjoy most about your job?
  3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of working from home?
  4. How important is job satisfaction to you?
  5. What skills are important for success in your job?
  6. Do you think it’s better to have a stable job or a job that offers more opportunities for advancement?
  7. How do you prepare for a job interview?
  8. What are some of the qualities that employers look for in a good employee?
  9. Do you think it’s important for companies to offer their employees training and development opportunities?
  10. What do you think is the ideal retirement age?

Các chủ đề thường gặp

Các chủ đề liên quan đến job và work trong IELTS bao gồm:

  1. Career goals và planning (mục tiêu nghề nghiệp và lập kế hoạch).
  2. Job interviews (phỏng vấn xin việc).
  3. Working conditions (điều kiện làm việc).
  4. Time management (quản lý thời gian).
  5. Work-life balance (cân bằng giữa công việc và cuộc sống).
  6. Job satisfaction và motivation (sự hài lòng và động lực trong công việc).
  7. Employment trends (xu hướng tuyển dụng).
  8. Labor laws (pháp luật lao động).
  9. Job security (an ninh việc làm).
  10. Technology and automation (công nghệ và tự động hóa).

Các bộ từ vựng chủ về job và work trong ielts

Dưới đây là một số từ vựng về chủ đề job/work trong IELTS:

  • Career (nghề nghiệp): the occupation or profession that a person has over a long period of time.
  • Employee (nhân viên): a person who works for a company or another person and receives a salary or wages.
  • Employer (nhà tuyển dụng): a person or organization that employs people.
  • Occupation (nghề nghiệp): a job or profession.
  • Job satisfaction (sự hài lòng với công việc): the feeling of fulfillment or enjoyment that a person gets from their job.
  • Salary (tiền lương): a fixed amount of money that an employee is paid for their work.
  • Wage (tiền lương theo giờ): a fixed amount of money that an employee is paid for each hour of work.
  • Promotion (thăng tiến): the act of being raised to a higher position or rank within a company or organization.
  • Bonus (tiền thưởng): an extra amount of money that is given to an employee as a reward for their work.
  • Retirement (nghỉ hưu): the act of leaving a job or career and ceasing to work, typically due to age or ill health.
  • Part-time job (công việc bán thời gian): a job where an employee works for a part of the day or week.
  • Full-time job (công việc toàn thời gian): a job where an employee works for the full day or week.
  • Freelancer (người làm nghề tự do): a self-employed person who works for different companies or individuals on a project-by-project basis.
  • Skills (kỹ năng): the abilities or competencies that a person has developed through education, training, or experience.
  • Qualifications (bằng cấp): the educational or professional requirements that a person must have to be considered for a job or career.

Câu hỏi và cách trả lời Job và Work trong Ielts

1. Do you work or study?

Well, I am currently working as a sale executive for one of the most well – known five-star hotel in Saigon, which offers me great opportunities to enhance my communication skills and negotiation skills.

2. What are your responsibilities? 

Actually, I am in charge of cooperating with travel agents to promote my hotel properties and amenities. Beside that, conducting sales calls to acquire new business and coordinating with other department to maintain guest’s satisfaction are also parts of my duty.

3. Do you enjoy your work?

Absolutely Yes. Although I have to work under high pressure, I feel that there is no other job I would rather do. Moreover, The dynamic working environment in hospitality industry has brought me huge motivation to move up my career ladder.

4. Why did you choose to do that type of work (or, that job)? 

Honestly, I didn’t really intend to become a sale person because I initially thought It was so stressful. After graduation, I took me ages to be called for an interviewed because most of headhunters  was in search of experienced candidates. Fortunately, I was employed to work in the Sales department of an international hotel brand and gained a lot of experiences within the field. Unlike any other business, working within such a fast-paced environment literally triggers my mind to access its full potential, so it makes me a real trouper.