Podcast #5 Changing Jobs

Published in the category Employment, General Practice

Susan heard about a new opening in her company.
Susan heard about a position opening up in her company.
Susan heard about a job opening where she works.

She read the job description.
She read through the job description.
She went over the job description.

She thought the job sounded good.
The open position appealed to her.
She liked what she read about the position.

Her experience was quite suitable.
The job seemed to be a good fit for her experience.
Her experience was a good match for the responsibilities listed.

She liked the salary range.
She was happy to see the pay range.
She thought the money they were offering was pretty good.

She applied for the job with the personnel department.
She put in an application with the human resources department.
She applied for the job with the HR department.

She interviewed with the person who would be her immediate supervisor.
She interviewed with the person she would be working for directly.
She had an interview with the person she would be working directly under.

They liked each other immediately.
They really hit it off.
There was really good chemistry between them.

Susan was offered the job.
Susan got the job offer.
Susan was told the position was hers.

She starts the new job next month.
She begins her new responsibilities next month.
She moves into her new position next month.

Susan heard about a position opening up in her company. She went over the job description. She thought the job sounded good. Her experience was a good match for the responsibilities listed. She liked the salary range. She applied for the job with the HR department. Then she had an interview with the person she would be working directly under. They really hit it off. Susan was offered the job. She moves into her new position next month.

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