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Should Lucrative Career Be Encouraged

  • Date Submitted: 07/07/2013 07:40 AM
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Usually, after school, especially the university, most of the people will step into the society to find a job. Education they have received sometimes can be a decisive factor on whether they can find a lucrative job and promote their status in society or not. For this reason, there is always a debate about whether students should be encouraged to select the study fields which can best serve to their future careers. As far as I am concerned, education, of university or college especially, should be comprehensive. Overly underlining on which side will result to disadvantages.

Admittedly, education of university can be a turning point to most of the students. The fair chance that education endows students can help them step out of their limited background and moves toward success on their bare hands. Out of the pragmatic concerns, both educators and students sometimes may prefer the majors which seem to have the most potential career opportunity in the near future. Under the severely financial condition, students nowadays carry much heavier burden then before. It is so imperative that they need a fair job to support their living.

However, taking college education based merely on this, whether they will finally realize their initial target is still questionable. The reason is that this is an instant changing society with the progress of globalization which means students need to be adaptive and well-rounded that will not be easily left behind. As a phase of enlightened and preparatory, the responsibility of university should be capable of providing a wide range of choices that support students personally, academically and also socially instead of focusing on specific career skills training which is the aim of technical school. To educators, they should foresee the interrelationship among study fields and how this works in the future society to encourage their students make smarter choices in a long run instead of short-sighted ones. Like interdiscipline, means...

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