“Schools are responsible for pupils` career success.”
Many people say that schools do not help young people get into university or secure a well-paid job. Others believe that young people themselves should be more resourceful and initiative in life.
Firstly, schools should deliver good outcomes for pupils. How well children are educated affects their employment prospects. Secondly, there should be a school careers officer to tell all about different jobs available. Thirdly, schoolchildren should be taught to use some tools and machines and be acquainted with the latest achievements in science. Incorporating work experience elements into secondary school education programmes will provide career guidance and training as well as access to jobs.
Some parents say that schoolchildren cannot rely much on school because certain professions require different qualities and abilities and they should be aware of the fact that entry-level jobs, such as telephone receptionist jobs, are disappearing these days. Thus, pupils should do their best to become well educated, being competitive and ready to work under stress, being a team member- these features are very important.
I strongly believe that young people who spend so much time at school, grow up and develop with it should have the chance to get the feel of different working environments while at school.
In conclusion, I can say that schools should encourage pupils to develop their natural abilities and prepare them for their future working life.( 229)
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