(n. phr.): the selection of a job
graduates (大學畢業生) feel
anxious (焦慮的) about their
career choices (職業選擇) because of their
lack (缺乏) of confidence and the
uncertainty (不確定性) about their future.
(n. phr.): a greater interest in a job than any other jobs
experienced (經驗豐富的) teachers suggest that students should think about their
career preferences (職業偏好) according to their interests and
(n.): a job that requires a high level of education and training
pandemic (大流行病), lots of young people expressed their
desire (願望) to
engage in (從事)
professions (專業), hoping to help those in need.
(n. phr.): the fact of treating customers in a polite and helpful way
In addition to (除了) the quality of products, people also
customer service (客戶服務). This
vital (重要的) part can greatly
affect (影響) a company's
(n.): a suggestion on what to do
senior manager (高級經理) made a
recommendation (提議) to his boss that the company should
hire (僱用) more
A broad set of skills
(n. phr.): a wide range of abilities to do things well
qualified (合格的) journalist requires
a broad set of skills (一套廣泛的技能) to
deal with (處理)
complicated (複雜的) and
changeable (變化莫測的) situations.
(n.): the ability to develop new and original ideas
tailoring (裁縫風格) and
accessories (配飾) presented by the
models (模特兒) have shown the
creativity (創意) of the
(n. phr.): the process of analysing information in order to make a logical decision
entrepreneur (企業家) always encourages young people to develop
critical thinking (批判思考) to make good decisions.
(n.): when two or more people work together to achieve something
Owing to (由於) the huge
investment (投資), both companies
attach great importance to (重視) the
collaboration (合作) in the
development (開發) of
new energy (新能源).
(n.): the ability to adapt to different situations
Flexibility (靈活性) is necessary in
public relations (公共關係) so that
emergencies (突發情況) can be handled in a
timely (及時的) and
reasonable (合理的) manner.
(adj.): able to do something well
debate (辯論), a
debater (辯手) can handle any kinds of
refutations (反駁) and
doubts (質疑) from the other side.
(adv.): without needing help from other people
Taking part (參加) in more practical activities will help
equip (使……備有) students with the ability to solve problems
(adj.): willing to listen to different ideas
Some managers are praised for being
open-minded (開明的) because they listen
widely (廣泛地) to employees and
feasible (可行的) suggestions from them.
(adj.): using new ideas
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (香港會議展覽中心) has become a
landmark (地標) of the city because of its many
innovative (創新的) elements.
Take on challenges
(v. phr.): to accept something difficult
start-ups (初創公司) have to
take on challenges (接受挑戰) such as lack of
talents (人才) and
management experience (管理經驗) at the very beginning.