Describe a job you would not like to do in the future IELTS Cue Card

Describe a job you would not like to do in the future IELTS Cue Card

IELTS CUE CARD TOPIC

Describe a job you would not like to do in the future
You should say:

What is the job ?

How you heard about it?

Why you don’t want to do it?

How you feel about the job?

Sample 1

Although I’m not too fond of many jobs, I would not like to do them in
the future; one is worth mentioning because I wouldn’t say I like that. The job is to work as an MLM distributor.

I heard about it ten years back when one of my friends invited me to a seminar. I went to the workshop there. He explained to me a product and a concept in which I needed to recruit a few members under me, and then those friends of mine needed to recruit more members under them.

It is how the chain system works. I do not want to do it because I enquired about this job after attending the seminar. I researched a lot on the internet, and from that, I learned that the investment is considerable in this job. There are no guaranteed returns because everything
is about recruiting more members.

It is more like a Ponzi scheme in which no product is involved. The actual product is recruiting more and more people. Apart from this, through research, I learned that only 1% of people earn a substantial amount of money in this job, and most make little money.

The government should ban such kinds of jobs because, in this kind of profile, you need to dupe innocent investors by telling them about such schemes, which are usually exaggerated.

Sample 2

I am about to pass my college. So very soon I will do a job. But I would prefer to do something other than the job where I must sit in the office.
And it is the job of a clerk.

I heard about it from my father, who tells me that there are about 40-50 clerks who work in his organization. I don’t want to do this job because in this job you need to sit in the office for long hours. Moreover, you remain on the computer screen where you must work for long hours, and only during lunchtime and tea breaks do you need to get up.

Moreover, in this job, you get a fixed salary. So there is no chance of getting any incentive. I have many dreams, and spending the whole month on a fixed salary is problematic because if you have a target and you achieve that, you get money, whereas, in the job of a clerk, you do not get extra payment for extra work.

Also, sitting for long hours in the office differs from my cup of tea. I am a person who loves to travel. So in any job, even if it is a sales job, you have to go to different places, and you have to meet different people. So that job appeals to me.

So that kind of job is a big no-no for me, and I would work hard to get a job where there is a combination of sitting and touring job where I need to sit in the office for specific days, and for other days, I can go in the market and talk to various clients.

Follow-ups

Here are some examples of follow-up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to the cue card “Describe a job you would not like to do in the future”.

1. What kind of jobs do young people prefer?

Young people prefer jobs that are, according to their skill set.

Moreover, they tend to remain away from those jobs in which they need to do a lot of business development to find prospective clients, and in those places where the weather is harsh, they prefer to do those jobs where they have to sit indoors instead of going out in the market.

2. Some people will lose their jobs because of technology. How to deal with it?

There is no denying this conviction that many jobs will cease to exist in the coming years because technology will replace them. In such a scenario, it is prudent to hone your skill set as the demands change further. Technology will undoubtedly take specific jobs, but it will also create more. So do not switch to an older style of working. You need to think beyond the conventional domain and specialize in a field with great potential where technology cannot make much difference.

3. Will you settle down in another country?

In my opinion, I was born on the planet Earth, and any place that could do justice to my talent and can offer me greener pressures, I would like to settle there to hone my skill set rather than stay at my native place and earn less money.

4. How do young people today decide their careers?

When deciding on their career, young people first look after their interests through various ways they come to know what they love doing and how they can convert their passion into money. Apart from this, they take various psychometric tests where they come to know about their

personality and their hidden talents, and based upon the feedback, they make a prudent choice. Some people go to career counselors where they get prudent advice regarding what scenarios are going on in the market, and then they get the feedback, and based upon that, they make an informed choice.

5. Which do young people generally prefer? Boring jobs with higher pay or interesting jobs with lower income.?

The gospel truth is that money is the most crucial consideration when choosing a job. So people go for boring jobs with higher paying salaries as more than doing an exciting career with less payout because they think that to make ends meet and to have an opulent lifestyle, they need to have a boatload of funds at their disposal due to that they tend to go for boring jobs with higher payouts.

6. Which do you prefer, physical work or work involving thinking?

I love to do work that involves a lot of thinking because I am good at comprehending things. So, for any physical work, I get tired after a certain period, whereas if there’s mental work, I do not get tired quickly, and I can do it for hours and hours.

7. Do you think we have less physical labor today than we did in the past?

Yes, because automation has made roads in our lives these days, and various machines are at our disposal to do our manual tasks. For example, washing clothes was a daunting task some 40 years back, but after the arrival of washing machines, it’s a reasonably easy job. These days, we have plenty of gadgets and devices in our kitchen to make cooking easier. Moreover, in the case of housekeeping work, there is an equipment called Roomba that can easily clean your house.

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