We read an article about whether people can afford to choose whether they work for a company based on ethics:http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20181019-why-were-too-broke-to-stick-with-our-principles
Vocabulary Top 10:
broke - (informal meaning) not having any money
ditch - to stop having or using (something you no longer want or need) : to get rid of (something); to not go to (something, such as school, work, etc.)
cohort - a group of people used in a study who have something (such as age or social class) in common
salary hit - a reduction in the amount of money you earn
a string of - a series of similar things; a series of events which follow each other in time
lip service - support for someone or something that is expressed by someone in words but that is not shown in that person's actions
novelty - something that is new or unusual
liaise - to make it possible for two organizations or groups to work together and provide information to each other
hustle - to quickly move or push (someone) often in a rough way; to get (something, such as money) in an illegal or improper way
pharmaceuticals - drugs or medicines
What is more important when choosing a job: the company values, or the salary?
Would you leave a job if the company did something that you didn't agree with?