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students in university education should develop specialist in one subject area rather than develop a wider range of different subjects. To what extent do you agree or disagree。
In recent history, it’s been quite common for young people to choose a career path and stay with it for their entire working lifetime, often even following in their parents’ footsteps. Those who chose to ‘change horses in midstream’ were even considered ‘flighty’ or unpredictable. But now, to change careers several times in life becomes a modern phenomenon, as their interests change or their knowledge expands to new horizons. For this reason, especially, it is important for young people to prepare for the work market with a broad base of knowledge, ranging from personal finance, psychology, and social science.
A survey by the American Institute for Research found that more than half of four-year college students lack the ability to figure out a tip, compare prices, or even balance the checkbook, though they fare better in job application or reading newspaper. It seems that they have extremely outstanding book smarts, but unexpectedly fail to do the real-life tasks. In such occasion, any splendid performance in specialist subjects doesn’t work out at all. So therefore, subjects at the instance of basic common sense or skills should be highly promoted to educate the future in an all-round development form.
Education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty, which diversifies ones choices in all aspects of life. It is very important to get the base of knowledge as widely as possible, in order for one to make educated calculations concerning the direction they might proceed. If a student becomes unemployed and has to return to school, the cost is much higher than when formerly in attendance. In 2008-09, the cost for seniors rose by 5.3% over the previous year. The more information a student receives while attending a university, the easier and least expensive it will be to choose a new pathway if it seems relevant.
Briefly, extra curricula, apart from the major courses, will definitely be a primary force for university students to sharpen their competitiveness in the dog-eat-dog world on a long-term basis.