CAE Speaking Part 3 Example #3 – Applying for a job
CAE Speaking Part 3 (Collaborative Task) samples and useful phrases and ideas for your answers. If you are unsure what should CAE Speaking Part 3 answers have, check this explanation. You can save it in PDF or print using the button at the bottom.
Extra question: Which is going to be least important?
CAE Speaking Part 3 Useful Phrases
An experienced worker is an invaluable asset to a company – everyone can benefit from their knowledge
It is only worth taking on an inexperienced employee if they are young and ready to learn
Nepotism is not ethical, but it can be of extreme help, especially early on in your career
It is possible to get a lucrative offer from friends or family even before a job offer is publicly posted
Creating a good first impression is crucial – especially if your qualifications or recommendations are not so brilliant
You might never see your boss again and that first impression can end up the only thing they associate you with
A wise employer is more likely to show preference to prospective staff members that come highly recommended
Recommendations would also mean that the potential employee didn’t burn the bridges at the previous place of work
Similar to work experience, but with more academic focus, qualifications show person’s ability and professional aptitude
Some companies might have strict policy regarding documental proof of one’s education
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