2006.05.29(Review of 2004.08.25 edition)
The WordMaster team strongly believes in the power of English as a way to get ahead in business. Now, if you've got ambition and believe that the only direction worth moving in is up, then have we got a week for you! This week we ride the elevator to success.
ENTRY-LEVEL / MID-LEVEL / SENIOR-LEVEL
- An entry-level position is a position of low rank in an organization, suitable for someone who is new to a field or just starting a career.
A mid-level position is a position of middle rank in an organization.
A senior-level or senior position is a position of high rank in an organization.
- entry level は、組織における一番下の地位のことで、ある分野の未経験者や新入社員にふさわしいとされます。
senior-level あるいは senior とは、組織における高い地位をさします。
- (interviewer to an applicant)
I really feel that you're overqualified for an entry-level job.
- With your experience, it should be easy to find a mid-level or senior position somewhere.
- Dana has really done well for herself. She's only 27, and already she's been promoted to a senior-level position in the company.
- He's a senior manager earning a six-figure salary.
Enjoy the day!