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Growing up, your parents may have encouraged you to become a doctor or lawyer, careers that __________ prestige and, quite often, were equated with very high pay. But it turns out that your childhood dreams of becoming a carpenter or a crane operator may have served you equally well—or better—financially.
‘to elicit’ means:
There are jobs, however, that are well paid that are neither dangerous nor unionised. They are successful, perhaps, because they fill a service _______ and offer peace of mind.
A good dog walker, for instance, can make a _____________.
‘to make a mint’ means:
Many companies will train employees on the _____________.
Working your way up to store manager has its ______________.
A synonym for ‘perks’ is: