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How to Choose a Suitable Career Is a Problem That Faces Many Young People in China.

  • Date Submitted: 12/16/2010 09:16 PM
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How to choose a suitable career is a problem that faces many young people in China.

Each day, over a thousand job hunters swarm into the South China Employment Service (SCES), one of the largest placement services in town, either to present themselves to potential employers or to have their resumes entered in the database of SCES. In Guangzhou alone, there are ten large-scale employment services and still many smaller ones, all of which are earning good money thanks to the growing number of job seekers in recent years.

Things went quite different thirty years ago, when most people hold one job all the time. Today, however, it is much harder to find a suitable job. The booming economy has created stark disparity in personal incomes, with some jobs considerably better paid than others. Hence, people change their jobs more often, in the hope of becoming better off with their new employers. What is more, the fierce competitions between firms also lead to the dismissal of incapable employees. They have no choice but to seek another job. All these contribute to the increase in the number of job-hoppers.
Outlined below are some of my suggestions to the young people who desire a successful career. To begin with, it is wise to remember that learning is a life-long process which is not limited to school education. Without constant learning, one may easily fall behind the times. Young people should remember that in addition to knowledge and skills, the ability to learn is also essential to their future development.


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