IELTS Speaking Sample # Job

Job is that area which will be questioned of you are already in a job. So, if you are and applying for a new job abroad or going for studies, you might be asked the following questions-

What is your job?

I work as a System engineer in one of the leading companies of our country, Infosys. My area of work involves data cleansing, mining and analyzing. While working in different projects, we often get data that is not up to the mark and is difficult to make any predictions on. We clean it, as in, make it suitable enough so that it could be understood well and further reports or queries can be made.

I am a freelance travel blogger and have a website wherein I upload the videos and the posts of all the places I visit. Most of the times it is the interviews of the local people of the place who tell me about their culture and their opinion. Other times there are photographs of the places and the people.I think it is a great job to do. You know, one gets to know lot of people, their opinion, the real opinion. And the best part is every day is a new day.


What do you do?

I work as a System Engineer at one of the leading MNCs of our company.

What are your main responsibilities?

My work involves analyzing data to make sure that data is accurate and consistent throughout. Once the data involved has been cleansed, it is finally loaded into the data warehouse.

What do you do everyday?

I get up at around 5 in the morning and then for the next three hours, work on myself, my body and soul. Once I am prepared, I go on to the job where I work till 6:00. On reaching home, I either read novels or work on my blog.

I get up early in the morning and get ready for the class that I attend for improving my English. The class usually begins at around 9 and continues till 13 hours. Once back from my class, I read novels and try to work on my vocabulary. After that, I revise for the class, practice some questions. During evening, I go to play badminton with my friends and enjoy some quality time with them.


Optional Practical Training

There is an old adage that you always learn more on the job than you ever do by simply reading books. This is true because in a job you get to handle the real work, you implement what you have grasped from the books. you learn how to deal with work pressure. Owing to this the US offers students with optional practical training(OPT).

OPT is the period during which undergraduate and graduate students with F1-status are allowed to work for at most one year on student visa towards getting practical training to complement their field of study. The permission is granted by the USCIS (United states custom and immigration services). A student who is has either completed their degree or has completed nine months in the college can apply to the OPT.

OPT is granted for 12 and 17 months. To be eligible for the 12 month OPT students can be of any degree in any field but for 17 month you need to have received a STEM degree in one of the approved major listed on USCIS website.

It is of two types-:
1.When haven’t completed your degree-: In this case, you work as part time.
2.When you have completed your degree-: in this case you work full time i.e 20 hours a week.
All you need to do is take the first step, all you need to have is the will, the way will get created on its own.

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Money Matters

a degree is not enough, you need money as well.

Do you want a degree from abroad universities to boast about it? Or do you want a career out of it? Because if you just want to swagger, pick any university blindly. But if you want a job, then just don’t settle to a tag of the abroad university.
We often think that a degree from foreign college is enough to get a job. But the fact is nothing is ever enough. So what should you do if you want a reputable job? Well, apart from the hard work do a little smart work as well.

  1. CHOOSE WELL-: You know there are times when a particular course has no job opportunities or very few of it. What to do then? Well, figure out the various courses offered and go for those which have some probability of getting a job. For instance, in the current market scenario, data analysis is one course that has become prominent and with upcoming world changes, everyone is looking for employees who are
  2. MAKE IT WORTHY-: It might be the case that you may not get a job even after the completion of your course. So, what to do? PREPLAN. Spend some time on the website of the college. Find out whether the college provides some on-campus placements. Because it is always better to get a job on-campus. Off-campuses can turn out to be your worst nightmares. So, save yourself from the torment and make your degree worthy. Choose not only the university but the city with proper decision! Remember, you are spending your money on it!

Once you have figured out a college with great placement record, visit the website again and I shall tell you what next to do.


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