Jack: Hi, Mary, what kind of jobs do you want to do?
Mary: I don't know. It's hard for me to make a decision now. How about you,Jack?
Jack: I don't know, either. There are so many jobs now, but it's hard for me to choose the right one.
Mary: Yes. I have been looking for a month, but I still can't get one.
Jack: What do you think of being a teacher?
Mary: That's not bad. It is a relatively stable job to be a teacher, and the benefits and remuneration are also good.
Jack: Yes, but I don't want to be a teacher because I am not good at dealing with children.
Mary: Then how about being an English translator? Isn't your major English?
Jack: I do wish to be a translator, so that I can use my English knowledge.
Mary: You could think it over and look for some translator recruitment information.
Jack: I will. By the way, Mary, since you are so good in verbal communication, why don't you work as a salesperson?
Mary: The marketing work is very tiring and has a lot of pressure.
Jack: But if you do well you could earn lots of money, right?
Mary: That's right. Where there is pressure, there is a source of motivation.