R: how was your job at the state-owned enterprise?
A: oh, I no longer work there. I'm working with a multi-national corporation.
R: you changed jobs again? Why do you move so frequently?
A: I want to try different things before I find the one I really like.
R: why don't you stick with one job for a bit longer?
A: I could handle everything pretty well in the old position, so I decided to move around and learn something new.
R: how's your current job going?
A: I'm pretty satisfied with it. I can broaden my experience, learn lots of new things, and have more development opportunities.
R: sounds good,but I still think perhaps you should first have a clear career path to follow and then decide whether to change your job or not.
A: yes, you're right. When I graduated, I didn't know what I really wanted to do or what I could do. Now things are growing much clearer.
R: do you have a definite career path yet?
A: I'm not sure. I just like the job I'm doing now.
Stick with something: to continue with something or continue doing something 持续;坚持
They decided to stick with their original plan. 他们决定继续执行原来的计划.
Definite: sure or certain; unlikely to change 肯定的;确定的;不会改变的
Can you give me a definite answer by tomorrow? 你最晚明天能给我一个肯定的答覆吗?
Is it definite that he's leaving? 他肯定要离开吗?
I've heard rumours, but nothing definite. 我听到一些流言,但都不确定.
a definite offer of a job 明确给予一份工作