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classes, hobbies, and surroundings that you find most appealing. Ask yourself questions,
such as “Would you like to travel? Do you want to work with children? Are you more suited
to solitary or cooperative work?” There are no right or wrong answers; only you know what
is important to you. Determine which job features you require, which ones you would
prefer, and which ones you cannot accept. Then rank them in order of importance to you.
The setting of the job is one factor to take into account. You may not want to sit at a desk all
day. If not, there are diversity occupation – building inspector, supervisor, real estate agent
that involve a great deal of time away from the office. Geographical location may be a
concern, and employment in some fields in concentrated in certain regions. Advertising job
can generally be found only in large cities. On the other hand, many industries such as
hospitality, law education, and retail sales are found in all regions of the country.
If a high salary is important to you, do not judge a career by its starting wages. Many jobs,
such as insurance sales, offers relatively low starting salaries; however, pay substantially
increases along with your experience, additional training, promotions and commission.
Don’t rule out any occupation without learning more about it. Some
industries evoke positive or negative associations. The traveling life of a flight attendant
appears glamorous, while that of a plumber does not. Remember that many jobs are not
what they appear to be at first, and may have merits or demerits that are less obvious. Flight
attendants must work long, grueling hours without sleeps, whereas plumbers can be as
highly paid as some doctors.
Another point to consider is that as you mature, you will likely develop new interests and
skills that may point the way to new opportunities. The choice you make today need not be
your final one.
Question 42: The author states that “There are no right or wrong answers” in order to
A. emphasize that each person’s answers will be different.
B. show that answering the questions is a long and difficult process.
C. indicate that the answers are not really important.
D. indicate that each person’s answers may change over time.
Question 43: The word “them” in paragraph 2 refers to
A. questions B. answers C. features
Question 44: The word “assessing” in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by
A. discovering B. considering C. measuring D. disposing
Question 45: According to paragraph 3, which of the following fields is NOT suitable for a
person who does not want to live in a big city?
Question 46: The word “evoke” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to
A. agree on B. bring to mind C. be related to
Question 47: The word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to
A. occupation B. the traveling life C. a flight attendant
C. retail sales
D. differ from
Question 48: It can be inferred from the paragraph 3 that
A. jobs in insurance sales are generally not well-paid.
B. insurance sales people can earn high salary later in their career.
C. people should constantly work toward the next promotion.
D. a starting salary should be an important consideration in choosing a career.
Question 49: In paragraph 5, the author suggests that
A. you may want to change careers at some time in the future.
B. as you get older, your career will probably less fulfilling.