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Today on tuning in the U.S.A., Robbie Stewart tries to get a job. He wants to earn money to buy a car. We join Robbie at the offices of his hometown newspaper. He would like work at the newspaper as a reporter. But the newspaper needs to fill a different job. Robbie: Here’s my job application.
Secretary: let me see. Do we have all the information? Robbie Stewart, age seventeen, 46 linden Street, Riverdale, New York, Telephone?
Robbie: 555-3090. that’s my parents, phone, of course.
Secretary: And they are Philip and Ellen Stewart. Do you have other work experience?
Robbie: Just helping around the house. I have certain things to do every week, like washing the car. And then my dad pays me extra or jobs like painting and mowing the lawn.
Secretary: I see. Well, that sounds just fine.
Robbie: That’s good enough?
Secretary: I think so. But I have to give your application to Mrs. Ling. She’s in charge of hiring new workers. She’ll call you in a few days.
Robbie: Is that all?
Secretary: that’s all!
Robbie: Thank you.
Secretary: oh, one more thing. Do you have your own bicycle?
Robbie: Yes. Why do you ask that?
Secretary: Well, you’ll need a bike to deliver the papers to the homes of our readers. Some of our newspaper delivery routes are quite long.
Robbie: Newspaper delivery routes?
Secretary: Yes. I think Mrs. Ling will be very pleased with your application. We need good, strong riders.
Robbie: Wait a minute! I wasn’t looking for that job.
Secretary: No?
Robbie: Uh-uh. I want a job as a reporter!
Secretary: A reporter? But you have no experience as a reporter.
Robbie: I write for my school newspaper.
Secretary: That’s fine. But all of our reporters have college degrees. And some of them have years of writing experience.
Robbie: But how can I get years of experience without getting a job first?
Secretary: Well, I’ll give this application to Mrs. Ling. But I don’t think you’ll get a reporting job.
Robbie: May I say hello to one of your reporters, Mr. Bill MacDonald? He came to my house one time to talk to my sister.
Secretary: I’ll call him. Bill, a young man is here to see you. His name is Robbie Stewart. He says you interviewed his sister. I’ll send him in. he’s busy now, but you can see him in just a few minutes.
Robbie: That’s great! Thanks.
Secretary: Take a seat. Make yourself comfortable. Here. Take a look at this newspaper. It’s today’s edition. Robbie, may I make a suggestion?
Robbie: Yes?
Secretary: there is a list of jobs in the newspaper, the help-wanted ads. They start on page twenty-five.
 


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