実践ビジネス英語 2020/2/20 (2)Redefining Job-Hopping





実践ビジネス英語 2020/2/20 (2)Redefining Job-Hopping
McMillan says people feel less loyal to a company when there is a possibility of being replaced by a machine. And Alvarez recommends coming up with a less negative sounding alternative for a job-hopping. Grace comments on how members of different generations have different opinions and priorities when it comes to work-life balance and what they expect from a job.
今ではたいていのアメリカ人は、1つの職にどれくらいの期間しかとどまりまか。
Grace says, “These days most Americans stay at one job for less than five years. ”
マクミランは、「ジョブホッパー」に代わる語として、何ということばを提案していますか。
McMillan says, “How about “job shoppers”?”
prospect 可能性、見込み
McMillan refers to “the prospect of being replaced by a machine.” In this case, “prospect” is something that we imagine happening in the future, or that we know will happen. Let’s say, you’re going to move to a new town, you say, “The prospect of living in a new city is really exciting.” Or, another example could be, “You know, the prospect of serving on a jury makes me very nervous.”

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