Align with my interest and strength, I decided to choose xxx

queflow

New Member
Cantonese
'Align with my interest and strength, I decided to choose xxxx as my job.'

Is it right?
 
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  • Cypherpunk

    Senior Member
    US, English
    queflow, welcome to the discussion board.
    As always, please provide context, or do your best to explain what you are trying to say. It will help us understand what you are trying to say, so we can better help you.
     

    queflow

    New Member
    Cantonese
    Hello, I want to say,

    Taking the factors (interest and strength) into consideration, I decided to choose something as my job.
     
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    Cypherpunk

    Senior Member
    US, English
    Your explanation conveys the idea pretty well. You could say "Taking my interests and strengths into consideration, I chose to become a/an ____ (engineer, doctor, etc.)." If you wanted to say something closer to your original sentence, you could say "I chose to become a/an ___, since it played to my strengths.", or "I decided that engineering was a good fit for my interests and strengths."
     

    Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    It doesn't have to be that complex. Try: "In line with my interests and strengths, . . . " OR "In accord with my interests and strengths, . . . " OR "Reflecting my interests and strengths, . . .".
     
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