人邮版第二辑真题TEST 4 READING PART 5
There is a commonly held view that the onlyway to get (0) decent pay increase is to move on: to go out into the job marketand find someone (31) is prepared to pay you a figure more in line (32) thetalents you can offer. Whilst changing employers from time (33) time issomething we probably all need to do to advance our careers in the directionswe want them to take, it is nevertheless an activity that carries quitedefinite risks. Irrespective of (34) well we research prospective employers, anew job is still largely a step into the unknown . It may turn (35) to be agood move or it could prove to be a complete disaster : most of us (36) hadexperience of both. The point here, though, is that changing employers is notsomething we want to be doing all the time and certainly not (37) time we feelthe urge for better pay . We’d (38) taking more risks than we needed to just toachieve a pay rise. Getting a pay rise should always be viewed (39) a seriousbusiness. There are no quick fixes or gold methods with “guaranteed” results.Quick fixes only serve to trivialize the issues and could (40) somecircumstances get you into very serous trouble indeed.