- 2018年02月28日17:25 来源：小站整理
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Some people believe that it is important for young people to have a part-time job as a working experience, while others think they should spend more time on their studies. What is your opinion and why.
Do you agree or disagree university students should take part-time jobs.
Your friend is considering dropping out of university, what suggestion would you like to give him?
Do you think it's a good idea for students to work for a year before entering university?
What suggestions would you give a freind who is starting a new job. Give examples and details in your response.
· Keeping a decent GPA and doing an internship on top of that is pretty hard to achieve,
· Admittedly, working and studying at the same time is not going to be easy,
如：务实的眼光practical insights, 合理利用时间prioritize and budget time, 接触业界get exposure in the industry, 真实世界的经验 real world experience，拓宽社交圈子expand you
however, one might get enormous benefits from internship. To start with, you will be exposed to the real world, and get firsthand experience working in the industry, you'll have a chance to see whether you really like the profession or not.
Also, it helps to expand your social network, world famous corporations keep in touch with interns, suppose they have any vacancies in the future, they'll consider you to fill it up, and some company might even offer scholarships to interning students.
搜寻信息的能力search and retain information;
It is really important for a professional to be a self learner, there are times when nobody is there to help you out, so you need to search and retain the information you need and be competent on the job.
be a listener and observer, 有灵性 be sensible, 意识到be aware of, 低调keep a low profile/keep it low
A good advice for newcomers in workplace is that they should try to be a a listener and observer. Since he is not familiar with way that people do their works in the new place, it is important for him to be sensible and aware of the dynamics in the company and keep a low profile.
信守诺言：keep your word,
I would suggest that he should keep his word. If you promised something and cannot deliver that, nobody will trust you anymore and that is really bad for your reputation.
Nobody is perfect, and everyone makes mistakes. I would suggest him not try to hide his mistakes or inflate his competencies. A good employee is very motivated to fulfill the task, but honestly admits his mistake when trying something new that does not really work out.