From the homework written by my student:
With his prodigious English skills, he can get a decent job in a foreign company in Shanghai.
I found the first part of the sentence problematic, there may be two reason. First, prodigious is about something really unusual or great, speaking and writing good or perfect English does not count as being truly great. Second, the structure of the sentence makes it sounds a neutral narration. It will be more acceptable to say: his English skills are prodigious, this helps him get a wonderful job in a foreign company.
Is that correct?