More and more college students complain that graduation means the coming of unemployment. What advice will you give to the undergraduates to avoid this dilemma?
Write on ANSWER SHEET THREE a composition of about 200 words.
You are to write in three parts.
In the first part, state specifically what your view is.
In the second part, support your view with appropriate details.
In the last part, bring what you have written to a natural conclusion or a summary.
You should supply an appropriate title for your composition.
Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriateness. Failure to follow the instructions may result in a loss of marks.
My Advice to the Undergraduates
Because of the severe competition in the job market, it's quite difficult to get a decent job for a college graduate. Many college students complain that graduation means the coming of unemployment. To avoid this dilemma, I have some advice to the undergraduates.
To avoid unemployment after graduation, the undergraduates have to prepare themselves for the job-hunting long before their graduation. First, study as hard as you can. Surely an applicant with more high marks in his resume will be more likely to get a job. And a hard-working student can acquire more knowledge and pass interviews easily. Second, get a part-time job which is related to the job you want to get in the future. Many college students like to find a part-time job, but most of them do this only for pocket money. Can this part-time job be written into your resume as a related job experience? Can this part-time job bring you new friends who are doing the very kind of job you want to do after graduation? Think it over and make full use of your part-time job.
If the undergraduates prepare themselves well for the job-hunting, they will have more chances to find a good job after graduation.