Comparing two or more things


What is the correct way to reprase this sentence? I a position with more challenges.

See example:

I want a position with more challenges.
asked Jun 27 '11 at 00:13 Cheryl Amey New member

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I need / would like - a position / job / career - that challenges me more / that is more challenging/engaging

link comment answered Jun 27 '11 at 15:04 Gabedude Contributor

NOTE: If you have not already discussed your current career or experience using a comparative construction ('challenges me more' or 'that is more challenging'), you'll need to complete the comparison.


'I would like a job that challenges me more than my present one.'


'. . .the is more challenging than. . .'

link comment answered Jun 30 '11 at 15:05 Kimberly Expert

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