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2019-03-26编辑 : 津桥国际学院


  Nowadays many young people in work force change their jobs or careers every few years. What do you think are the reasons for this? Do the advantages outweigh disadvantages?

  Nowadays it is common that people change their jobs after several years' service to the same company. The reasons are multiple and generally I believe it is a positive trend.

  It is easy to understand why so many people choose new jobs at certain phase of their career life. First, in this information era when everything is changing rapidly, people are obliged to adjust to the new situations they are in and hence change is inevitable. For example, due to the advanced development of Internet and popularity of online media many journalists who used to work for traditional news agencies divert their attention to digital media or other trade related to Internet and therefore radically changed their way of working. Second, young people who settle their first job without too much thinking will later gradually find their real interest. Once they discover where their passion lies in, they will focus on the new career without hesitation. Often they will find themselves in a better condition, for instance, gaining a more attractive paycheck and working in a more comfortable and productive environment, if they get a clear perspective of themselves earlier.

  Although it is unavoidable for people to quit their previously unchallenging jobs in order to get a more suitable one at certain moments of their life, too many job hopping experiences are not encouraged by employers. To begin with, one who changes his job frequently is often deemed as unreliable in recruiters' eyes. On the contrary, those who stick to their trade for years often accumulate rich work experience and win more opportunities for promotion. Besides, sometimes changing one's job means moving to a new place, which can be costly. Making new friends and networking may also be challenging and time-consuming.

  In conclusion, as people are groping their way to position themselves correctly during their lifetime, it is understandable that they change their careers through trial and error. However, one must be very prudent before they make a major life decision like switching to a new career and too frequent changes should be avoided. (By Amy)

  Children's education is expensive. In some countries, the government pays some of or all of the costs. Do the advantages outweigh its disadvantages?

  In an era of knowledge-based economy, education for all is a valued concept. The impacts of government funding on children's education have aroused widespread controversy. As far as I am concerned, potential benefits of this initiative overshadow its perceived drawbacks.

  Admittedly, there may be challenges if governments offer to pay for all children's educational expenses. For one thing, taking full responsibility for next generation's education is likely to incur an enormous financial burden for governments. In other words, governments are accountable for not only education but other public services, such as public transport, health care, and so forth. For another, it is also possible that some parents will take advantage of this policy. To be specific, people who are not morally aware may take it for granted and refuse to contribute to their sons' and daughters' future development, thus failing to play their roles in parenting.

  Nevertheless, governments' engagement in children's education brings more profoundly positive impacts.

  First and foremost, providing education for children regardless of their races and ethnicities can effectively foster educational equality. For instance, in many underdeveloped areas of the world, multitudes of parents have to work overtime in order to pay mounting bills. In this regard, if governments share some of children's tuition fees and accommodation fees, this will be a real blessing for families that are economically disadvantaged.

  Moreover, under no circumstances should authorities downplay and neglect children's education. A convincing example is No Child Left Behind Act in the United States. By investing a considerable amount of money in supporting elementary and secondary education, American government will, in a long term, promote overall social development and well-being of its people.

  In brief, children's education deserves financial support from governments. Meanwhile, it should be borne in mind that educating the next generation is a shared obligation for governments as well as individuals.

  Some people believe the best way to produce a better society is to ensure there is only a small difference between the earnings of the richest and the poorest. To what extend do you agree or disagree?

  Happiness is believed to be an essential index of life quality, and the pursuit of it has been ever strong. Some believe re-distributing wealth in the society is the optimal approach, which is an idea that this essay cannot side with.

  Admittedly, narrowing the financial gap between the two poles brings about social happiness. Tremendous differences in wealth are of two origins. For one, because of historical and regional disparities, certain social members are much wealthier than others, and reducing the differences promotes social stability, overall development, and hence a better society. Moreover, wealth gap arising from power and corruption is certainly unfair and needs to be rid of, and only in that way can social satisfaction be achieved. Thus, fairer wealth distribution considerably helps to make social members happier.

  However, as an equally important factor, a better living environment makes the public happier. Environment is the very basis on which life is maintained, and later, happiness is achieved. However, as technology evolves, living environment is harmed and pushed to the edge of endangering lives. When air is tainted with PM2.5, and breathing freely is a luxury, a happy society will be nowhere to be found.

  Further, education is considered no less a reason behind the welfare of social members. Obviously, education leads to academic experience and accumulation, which likely create better career opportunities. On a higher level, education provides life knowledge and an introspective attitude, and thus life is enriched with more and possibly higher purposes. When the whole society is equipped with education, happiness is ensured.

  In sum, to address wealth differences will, to some degree, help the pursuit of social satisfaction, while environment improvement and education betterment are equally important.