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    "Making a decision on one's first job is difficult"

    Please help me. I have a problem with this topic:
    "Making a decision on one's first job is difficult."
    I don't understand What does it mean? Please give me an example. Thank a lot

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    Re: "Making a decision on one's first job is difficult"

    It is difficult to choose a first job.

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    Re: "Making a decision on one's first job is difficult"

    Quote Originally Posted by nhany View Post
    Please help me. I have a problem with this topic:
    "Making a decision on one's first job is difficult."
    I don't understand What does it mean? Please give me an example. Thank a lot
    - Mary got both offers from two potential employees. One job was as a salesperson Mary prefered but would just pay her $3000; the other was a position for administration but the compensation was $5000. Passion overcame money, or money overcame passion?

    - Mary got both offers from two potential employees. Both of them are on the list of Fortune 500; one is IBM, the other Microsoft. Salaries and positions they offered were very close.

    Since the experience of the first job is very important to most of people, what was her consideration about her career planning?
    Last edited by thedaffodils; 01-Apr-2009 at 21:46. Reason: typo

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