Peer: a person who is the same age or who has the same social status as you
Example: Children are worried about failing in front of their peers.
Effort: the physical or mental energy that you need to do sth (nỗ lực).
Example: You should put more effort into your work.
Long-term (adj): continuing for a long time into the future
Example: The long-term effect of education should not be neglected.
To encounter sth (v): to experience something, especially something unpleasant
Example: Young graduates commonly have to encounter great difficulty in seeking employment.
Progress (n): movement to an improved or more developed state
Example: By adequately rewarding the students who have made significant progress in study, the school administration can recognize the achievements of these diligent students to others, encouraging many more students to devote more effort to study to obtain similar rewards.
Peer (n): a person who is the same age, or has the same social position or the same abilities as other people in a group.
Example: In some developing Asian countries such as Vietnam, baby girls are usually less appreciated than their peers due to the remnants of feudalism that favored men more than women.
Overwhelming (adj): too great or large for somebody
Example: High school students in Vietnam, ranging from primary to high school ones, are obliged to learn an overwhelming amount of knowledge at school, not to mention loads of homework and other extra classes.
Inexperienced (adj): having little knowledge or experience
Example: Many companies, for fear of arising expenses on training inexperienced new employees, tend to refuse the applicants who have just graduated.
Extensive (adj): having a great range
Example: Society certainly benefits from the intellectual workforce who possess extensive knowledge in scientific areas.
Occupation (n): a person’s job
Example: On the other hand, manual occupations are of fundamental importance to society.
Advantageous (adj): giving advantages or helping to make you more successful
Example: The ability to speak foreign languages fluently can prove to be very advantageous for job seekers in the competitive job market.