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25.to be demoted

26.to be passed over for promotion

27.to be a high-flyer

28.dead-end job

29.to hit/reach a glass ceiling

Leaving the job

30.to dismiss/fire

31.to lay off

32.to make redundant

33.to offer early retirement

34.to sack/to give smb the sack

35.to terminate


Learn the following abbreviations which are often used in job advertisements

1.According to time worked (pro rata)

2.Approximately (c.)

3.As soon as possible (asap)

4.Inclusive (inc.)

5.Negotiable (neg)

6.Per annum/yearly (p.a.)

7.Per week (p/w)

8.Reference number (ref. no)

9.Stamped addressed envelope (s.a.e.)

10.Thousand (k.)




1.back-room boys people who do important work but have no contact with the public
2.beat the clock finish in time; finish before the deadline
3.Burn the candle at both ends working too hard, for too long, and on too many things
4.to be snowed under to be very busy
5.to get the axe/the boot/the pink slip get fired
6.climb the corporate ladder move up, get promoted in a company
7.down to the wire just before the deadline; right before time is up
8.golden handcuffs a large sum of money or a generous financial arrangement granted to an executive as an incentive to stay in their job, or to ensure long-term cooperation after their departure.
9.a golden handshake a generous sum of money given to a person when they leave a company or retire (sometimes given to encourage early retirement)
10.a golden parachute a clause in an executive's employment contract stating that the executive will receive certain large benefits if their employment is terminated
11.keep your eye on the prize stay focused on the goal
12.plum job a desirable position which is well-paid and considered relatively easy
13.pound the pavement someone who pounds the pavement walks the streets or goes from company to company, usually in search of employment.
14.put out to pasture to say that someone has been put out to pasture means that they have been forced to retire or give up their responsibilities.
15.start off on the right (wrong) foot make a good (bad) first impression
16.to sweat blood to work very hard
17.think outside of the box think creatively or differently than usual
18.work one’s fingers to the bone work very hard
19.walking papers If you are given your walking papers, your contract or a relationship has ended
20.worth one’s salt someone who deserves respect because they do their job well


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