achiever  達成した人

October 16, 2014 =========
☆ achiever  達成した人
When we talk about achievers, we usually use the words “low” or “high” to add extra information. An achiever means someone who is successful in their work because of the effort they make. So there is really no need to add in the adjective “high”, but we sometimes do.
On the other hand, if you want to describe someone who is not successful, then it is always necessary to use the word “low.” A low achiever is someone who achieves less than the people around them.
Here are some example sentences:
In school he was never really an achiever.
The university is trying new ways to encourage low achievers to finish their degree rather than drop out.
At my company the high achievers usually receive a cash bonus every six months.