position n.a rank or level in a company
Whether or not you're given a car depends on your position in the company.
routine n.a usual way of doing things
There's no set routine at work - every day is different.
salary n.a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a monthly or biweekly basis
She's on quite a decent salary in her present job.
promotion n.the act of raising someone to a higher position
The job offers excellent promotion prospects.
nominate v.to officially suggest someone for a job, position...
Would you like to nominate anyone as director?
performance n.how well a person does a piece of work
He was fired from his $165,000 job for poor performance.
responsibility n.something that it is your job or duty to deal with
It's her responsibility to ensure the project finishes on time.
objective n.something that you plan to do or achieve
Can the sales team achieve/meet its financial objectives?
demand v.to ask for something forcefully, in a way that shows that you do not expect to be refused
I demand to see the manager.
skill n.an ability to do an activity or job well
This job demands a high degree of skill.
aspiring a.hoping and trying to be successful at a particular job or activity
We have a great deal to offer to aspiring young people.
passionate a.having very strong feelings or emotions
Tom is passionate about basketball.
creative a.producing original and unusual ideas
She's very creative on the design front.
rewarding a.giving a reward, especially by making you feel satisfied that you have done something important or useful
Is it a rewarding job?
knowledgeable a.knowing a lot
She is very knowledgeable about plants.
positive a.full of hope and confidence
He has a fairly positive outlook on life.
utilize v.to use something in an effective way
The vitamins come in a form that is easily utilized by the body.
valuable a.worth a great deal of money
This is losing valuable business for the company.
realize v.to understand a situation, sometimes suddenly
I realize how difficult it's going to be, but we must try.
pressure n.a difficult situation that makes you feel worried
Teachers are under increasing pressure to work longer hours.
satisfaction n.a pleasant feeling that you get when you receive something you wanted
For me, job satisfaction is more important than the money.
recognition n.If you are given recognition, people show admiration and respect for your achievements
Ella complained that the company never gave her any recognition for her work.
flexibility n.the ability to change or be changed easily according to the situation
He showed great flexibility and carried out a variety of tasks.
overcome v.succeed in dealing with (a problem or difficulty)
He overcame all obstacles in his path to the top.
puzzle n.a situation that is difficult to understand
The situation remains a puzzle to all of us.
encounter v.to experience something, especially something unpleasant
When did you first encounter these difficulties?
bear v.to accept, tolerate, or endure something, especially something unpleasant
I can't bear being bored.