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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68115: Vocabulary : employment
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    Vocabulary : employment


    job postings / situations vacant

    job opening / vacancy

    job profile

    job vacancy

    job specification / description

    internal recruitment

    to apply for a job

    applicant file  /application file

    shortlist applicants

    to be shortlisted for a job



    to appoint somebody to a position

    to be appointed to a position

    job openings / prospects

    graduate recruitment


    attractive salary

    salary band / bracket

    reward system

    hourly rate of pay

    hourly wage

    to be paid (an hourly wage / basis) (by the hour)

    to be paid monthly

    to be paid piece-work,

    hourly worker

    average pay

    net annual salary

    gross annual salary

    basic salary

    to be paid (an extra month's salary) (over 13 months)

    lump sum variable bonus

    long-service premium

    responsability bonus

    attendance bonus

    mobility allowance

    holiday allowance

    holiday entitlement

    benefits in kind

    benefit package

    overtime rate

    overtime pay

    paid (annual) leave / paid holiday

    refundable business expenses

    refunding of expenses

    agreement in principle

    hours of duty

    hours spent at  work

    hours of work

    flexible working hours


    adjustable hours

    flexible work option

    flexible working

    full-time employment / work

    full-time equivalent


    bank holiday

    career objectives

    career path

    career pattern / plan

    career evolution

    career opportunities

    career perspectives

    career advancement

    career development prospects

    career goals

    professional skills

    to get ahead

    career interview

    to obtain new skills

    on-going education

    appraisal interview


    skills assessment

    evaluation criterion

    job with a future

    to fulfil oneself through work

    individual employment contract

    to abide by the terms of a contract


    collective bargaining  agreement

    to hold talks

    bilateral agreement

    internship contract

    granting of tenure

    team spirit

    college graduate (US)

    command of a foreign language

    geographical mobility

    initiative, work organization and follow-up


    letter of application

    letter of appointment

    letter of engagement

    letter of reference

    letter of resignation

    letter of dismissal

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    - Good morning! Have a seat.
    We liked your resume and we have some questions about your work experience. Could you tell us a little bit more about yourself?
    -I am 27 years old, I have been working for my company as a certified public accountant for 5 years and I believe my would allow me to move to another company.
    -You wrote in your that you would be interested in working here. Why?
    - I hope and in your advertisement sparked my interest.
    - - What interests you about this job?

    -To be honest, in addition to you wrote ' ' and I wish to do my best in your company in order to get a higher than in my current job.
    -All right, but what are your expectations in terms of income?
    -I wouldn't accept less than €2000 .
    - ok, and would you be willing to move for your job?
    -Yes I'm open-minded about , I'm single with a driving licence.
    - great! With the you may reach your target salary.

    Thank you for this interview. You'll get an answer within a couple of weeks. Goodbye.

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