Some people think young people should be required to have full-time education until they are at least 18 years old. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

It is argued that students should study full time in the school and universities upto the age of 18 years. I strongly disagree with this opinion because letting the young generation do part time study will allow them to work during their study years which will help them solving problem and improving communication skills.

First and foremost, when children will do part-time study before 18 years of age, they will have more time to work in a company as helper or in restaurant. Working as a part-time will get them some real work problems which can challenge their ability to come up with some solutions. As a result, this will make the young people resilient, helping manage professional life problems in later life such as financial issues. For instance, a recent survey published in China stated that about 85 % of young people involved in part-time jobs during school years were better in solving financial problems in professional life than others studying full time.

The second and perhaps the overriding reason for my belief is that part-time students can improve their communication skills. This is because they need to converse with the people at work which will ultimately make them learn what to talk infront of people effectively. For example, working in a restaurant, a young part time job holder will understand to speak professionally with the customers and manager. In contrast, If they just did full-time study, they would never know the solution to real problems and would never be able to communicate well.

In conclusion, part time education will allow students to do some additional work, which will allow them to be good at solving problem and communication

It is argued that students should study full time in the school and universities (This applies to secondary school only. Most people are in high school until they are 18. Unlike university, secondary schools only permit full-time attendance. Students can work after school and on weekends part-time. ) upto the age of 18 years. I strongly disagree with this opinion because letting the young generation do part time (hyphen required) study will allow them to work during their study years which will help them solving problem (wrong form) and improving communication skills.

First and foremost, when children (The topic is not about children, but teenagers.) will do part-time study before 18 years of age, they will have more time to work in a company as a helper or in a restaurant taking orders or washing dishes. Working as a part-time will get them some real work problems (wrong word) which can challenge their ability to come up with some solutions. As a result, this will make the young people resilient, helping them with manage professional life's problems in later life such as financial issues when they are older. For instance, a recent survey published in China stated that about 85 % of young people involved in having part-time jobs during school years were better in solving financial problems in professional life than others who studied studying full time.

The second and perhaps the overriding reason for my belief is that part-time students can improve their communication skills. This is because they need to converse with the people at work which will ultimately make them learn what to talk infront of people effectively. For example, working in a restaurant, a young part time job holder will understand learn to speak professionally with the customers and the manager. In contrast, If they just did full-time study, they would never know the solution to real problems and would never be able to communicate well.

In conclusion, part time education will allow students to do some additional work, which will allow them to be good at solving problem (wrong form) and communication communicating with others.

Thank you very much dear teacher. I highly appreciate your effort. i understood all my mistakes . i will try my best to improve it. I just did not understand the wrong word" problem" . do you mean it should be plural??

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Asmat Ullah Khan. I just did not understand the wrong word" problem" . do you mean it should be plural??

No. If the word is correct, but should be plural, then it is the "wrong form" not the "wrong word".

I think you refer to this sentence:

Working as a part-time will get them some real work problems (wrong word) which can challenge their ability to come up with some solutions.

We do not say "we get problems"

Here are some alternatives:

While working part-time, they will encounter some real problems which will  challenge their ability to come up with good solutions. 
While working part-time, they will face some real problems which will challenge their ability to come up with good solutions.
Working part-time will expose them to some real problems which can challenge their ability to come up some solutions.
Working part-time will get them some real work experience which can improve their ability to find appropriate solutions.

I really appreciate your effort . I understand now and I hope I will try my best to improve it