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          A: Okay Rebecca, well I think you’ve given me a clear impression of your positive qualities, but let’s talk a little bit about your weaknesses.


          B: Okay, well it’s always more difficult to describe them isn’t it?


          A: Definitely, but if you had to pinpoint one weakness what would it be?


          B: Well as I mentioned before, I do tend to get frustrated if I don’t see progress in my work or career. I suppose I’m quite a restless character. My father always taught me to be a high achiever.


          A: So would you say if things don’t go your way at work it could easily get you down?


          B: Well, in a way yes. But I must say that even if I’m not completely happy in my work I always give 110% I would never shirk my responsibilities. I suppose sometimes I expect too much too soon.


          A: Well, you know journalism is a highly competitive world, so you do need to keep pushing yourself it’s true. Okay, well let’s move on to talk about the job position here, shall we?


          B: Yes, please. 好的,請吧。


          A: Okay,Rebecca. Now you’ve given me a good idea of your work and academic background, but what about you as a person? How would you describe your key strengths?


          B: Well,Mr. Parsons, as I mentioned before I’m someone who needs new challenges. I’m really focused and hard-working. I think my academic results prove this.


          A: Yes, true, but how about other personal qualities?


          B: Well ,I believe I’m a good team-player, but I can also work well independently. I’m very enthusiastic and, well I hope my colleagues would agree, I’m fun to work with.


          A: What would you say is your most positive quality? 你最大的優點是什么?

          B: Hmm, that’s a tough question. But I would have to say my passion. I’m really passionate about journalism and passionate about my career.



          A: Okay, now I’d like to find out more about your last job. I see you spent almost four years at the London Weekly , is that right?


          B: Yes, that’s right. To be honest, the first year was quite tough for me. I was really just treated more like an intern. I didn’t have many responsibilities and I found it quite frustrating.


          A: So, what changed? 然后什么改變了?

          B: Well slowly but surely I proved myself, and the new editor liked me so he promoted me to features writer.


          A: Wow, a real step up! 喔,真的是很大進步。

          B: Yes,I was responsible for restaurant and food reviews mostly. I spent restaurant years in that position, but to be honest it wasn’t an area of journalism I wanted to stay in long-term.


          A: I see, so why did you decide to leave finally?


          B: I just felt that the paper couldn’t offer me any new opportunities. I really needed a more challenging role to be honest.



          A: Now, if I look here I see that you completed a BA in English?


          B: Yes, that’s right. After graduating from high school in New York I attended York University in the UK. My major was English, and my minor was business studies. I completed my BA in 2004.


          A: Yes, I’m pleased to see that you also got a distinction.


          B: Yes that’s right. I’ve always enjoyed studying. My friends say I’m a bit of a bookworm, but my father always pushed us to succeed school.


          A: Well, it looks like his encouragement paid off Rebecca. So how about extracurricular activities at University?


          B: Well I’ve always been keen on writing, so I became the editor for the University student newspaper, which I really loved. Also I volunteered for a group called Shelter, to help the homeless in York.


          A: What did that involve? 那包括什么?

          B: Providing warm meals and shelter, especially in the winter months. I found it really fulfilling to be part of that group.


          A: I’m sure. Okay, now let’s move on to your work experience, shall we?


          B: Yes, okay. 好的.


          A: Okay, well I’m sure you have a number of questions to ask me regarding the position.


          B: Yes, well Miss Childs did give a mean overview of the position over the phone, but there were some details I’d like to clarify.

          是的。Miss Childs在電話中給我進行了概要的介紹,但是還有些細節我想搞清楚。

          A: Well feel free to ask me anything, and I’ll try to fill in the details.


          B: Could I first ask about the remuneration package?


          A: Yes, of course. That’s quite an important point, isn’t it? As a junior sub editor we offer a starting salary of 150,000 HK dollars per annum. This doesn’t include a generous housing allowance also.


          B: I understand. And are there other bonuses included?


          A: Well,apart from full health insurance we do offer a company staff bonus scheme linked to readership numbers. But we could go through all the details of that at a later date.


          B: Well, Mr. Parsons, I am flexible when it comes to salary. The opportunity to work in Hong Kong for you is the most important thing for me.


          A: Excellent. Well, what other questions do you have Rebecca?


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