be stuck in a rut - be too fixed in one particular type of job, activity, method, a dead-end job - a job in which there is no chance of getting a promotion, take on too much work - accept too much work, be snowed under - have so much work that you have problems dealing with it all, talk shop - talk about your job with those you work with when not at work, a team player - someone who is good at working closely with other people, be self-employed - not working for an employer but finding work for yourself or having your own business, a pittance - a very small amount received as payment or income, a fortune - a large amount of money, goods, property, etc, high-powered - a very important job or a very successful person, run-of-the-mill - ordinary and not special or exciting in any way, be thrown in at the deep end - start a new job or activity without enough preparation, a deadline - a time by which sth must be done, against the clock - if you do sth against the clock, you do it as fast as possible and try to finish it before a certain time, be up to your eyes in sth - be very busy doing sth, take it easy - relax and not use too much energy, (climb) the career ladder - the sequence of job positions through which a person progresses in an organization,



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