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Some people believe that studying at university or college is the best route to a successful career, while others believe that it is better to get a job straight after school.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

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Without a doubt, people are always wondering whether they should get higher education or get a job right after graduating from high school. While a school of thought holds that continuing to study at university or college offers the best opportunities to experience a successful career, I am of the opinion that looking for a job will guarantee a successful career.

It is understandable why some people support that pursuing higher education is the best way to prepare for career path. The key rationale in favor of this view is that going to university can help young people lay a good foundation for the life ahead of them. Specifically, the curriculum at university helps youngsters to learn practical skills related to their chosen profession. Therefore they will get excellent degrees to attract recruiters. Moreover, studying at university gives them abundant opportunities to build strong relationships, especially with professors or predecessors.

Nevertheless, I am convinced that this line of thinking is only true in people whose family has financial conditions and otherwise, seems unapt for people with no financial capacity. With poor families, the parents couldn’t afford for the children to study higher, so having a stable income is an essential requirement. For instance, those can live independently on their own income without asking for financial support from their parents for the reason that they are able to earn money by themselves to meet basic human needs.

In conclusion, while there are sufficient justifications to solidify the importance of getting higher education, I would contend that seeking for a job after leaving high school is far more significant.

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Without a doubt, people are always wondering whether they should get higher education or get a job right after graduating from high school. While a school of thought holds that continuing to study (The topic is not about postgraduate education.) at university or college offers the best opportunities to experience a successful career, I am of the opinion that looking for a job (Looking does not mean getting.) will guarantee a successful career.


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It is understandable why some people support that pursuing higher education is the best way to prepare for a career path. The key rationale in favor of this view is that going to university can help young people lay a good foundation for the life ahead of them. Specifically, the curriculum at university helps youngsters (A youngster is a child younger than a teenager. They are not graduates from high school. It is also a casual word used for other ages in a humorous way. ) to learn practical skills related to their chosen profession. Therefore they will get excellent degrees to attract recruiters. Moreover, studying at university gives them abundant opportunities to build strong relationships, especially with professors or predecessors. (wrong word)

Nevertheless, I am convinced that this line of thinking is only true for in people whose family has large financial resources conditions and otherwise, seems unproductive unapt for people with no money. financial capacity. With In poor families, the parents cannot couldn’t (Do not use contractions in formal essays.) afford for the children to attend university study higher, so having a stable income is an essential requirement. For instance, those can live independently on their own income without asking for financial support from their parents for the reason that they are able to earn money by themselves to meet basic human needs. (That sentence is awkward and does not make sense.)

In conclusion, while there are sufficient justifications to solidify the importance of getting higher education, I would contend that seeking for a job working / being employed / stating one's career after leaving high school is far more significant.

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