Sample for last week ’ s homework. Why College Students Have Difficulty Finding Jobs. 开头 :.
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Sample for last weeks homework
Why College Students Have Difficulty Finding Jobs
Nowadays, more and more college students have difficulty obtaining an ideal job after graduation. I think this phenomenon stems from the fact that they cant develop themselves as the commands of the society.
by Cai Xiaojun
From the two reasons mentioned above, I draw a conclusion that college graduates should set a goal wisely and enrich themselves with more demanded skills to compete. The thousand-li journey starts from one foot. Dont hurry among the crowds, and you will succeed in your own road.
---by Hang Mingming
labor force division. Second, the
academic subjects fail to meet the needs of a certain job. What they have learned in college fails far behind the practical working requirements. Third, college students are too particular about their future job. Many graduates only want to have a job with high salary. They refuse to work in the area of harsh living and working conditions.
spend much more time with computers. In the second place, the computers were applied to wider and wider use and students had to take advantage of this modern invention. Last but not the least important, the development of society pushed computers into more dormitories.
Children between the ages of 5-7 seemed to get into accidents while engaged in activities appropriate to their age, such as shopping for their parents or going home from school. In fact, this age group accounted for the most road accidents of all. Children between 8 and age 11 had the most accidents cycling in the street. After age 11, the number of accidents dropped considerably in all situations.
the expenses for tours accounted for a great part of the total consumption of the people in our country from 1995 to 2000. As a result, it seemed reasonable that the demand for eggs declined during the same period of time.