Asking about jobs
Read the pieces of conversation given below.
First speaker: Where are you from?
Second speaker: I’m from Kerala.
First speaker: I see. So how long have you been living in Mumbai?
Second speaker: Well, I’ve been living here for ten years. I came here to work.
First speaker: Are you happy with your job?
Second speaker: Of course. I work for a multinational company and earn a handsome salary.
First speaker: That’s great. You’re a lucky guy.
First speaker: What do you do?
Second speaker: I’m working.
First speaker: Which company do you work for?
Second speaker: I work for a multinational shipping company.
First speaker: How long have you had that job?
Second speaker: I’ve worked with them for six years.
First speaker: Do you like your job?
Second speaker: Of course, I do.
First speaker: What’s the best thing about your job?
Second speaker: My job gives me an opportunity to travel all over the world. I’m also well-paid.
First speaker: What is the worst thing about your job?
Second speaker: We’ve got tough targets to meet. Sometimes they stress me out. But I guess that’s normal. Well-paying jobs have always been demanding. So I’m not exactly complaining.