Journalist: someone who writes for newspapers or magazines.
Stockbroker: someone who buys and sells stock, or part of the ownership of a company.
Rush: do something very quickly.
Classified ads: section of the newspaper containing advertisements for different products or services, including job listings.
Psychologist: someone trained in psychology, or the study of the mind.
Certain: some; specific; not all.
Curious: interested in learning about new things.
Enterprising: good at thinking of and doing new things.
Outgoing: friendly and willing to meet new people.
Imaginative: with new and interesting ideas.
Persuade: make another person decide to do something by giving good reasons.
Keep track of: pay attention to something so you know what's happening.
Counselor: someone who gives advice to people with problems.