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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109842: Good Job or Good Salary
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    Good Job or Good Salary

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    1. One does a job to earn money to fulfill his own and his needs, and to live a good life.

    2. However, with time people a few changes.

    3. Sometimes situation is a main factor when people choose a job.

    4. Also high salary high success and a high position.

    5. One can buy a bigger house and a car with a high salary.

    6. Salary is definitely a factor in the growth of your career too,

    7. but cannot buy everything.

    8. If a job is not enjoyable, it could create an effect on physical well-being.

    9. If a working environment is uncomfortable, it could lead to .

    10. One cannot better with heavy work pressure within the company.

    11. Having an enjoyable job with a high salary is a in life.

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