Some people think that people who choose a job early and keep doing it are more likely to have a satisfying career life than those who frequently change jobs. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

It is true that getting a
job
as soon as possible and settle down afterwards may bring back
job
satisfaction. I partly agree with
this
idea. On the
one
hand, there are several reasons why people should change jobs frequently.
Firstly
, by switching
one
job
from another, people have the chance to broaden their knowledge and master vital soft skills, which is most employers expect these days.
For instance
,
one
of my best
friend
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friends
, Hung, 3 years ago, straight after graduating from university, worked for some private companies. During
this
time, he took
this
occasion to practice speaking English with his coworkers as much as possible, which helped him improve his English skills a lot.
Secondly
, young people who often switch jobs can do experience various
job
environments without long-term commitment
in
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at
this
time and have the opportunities to discover what might be right for them. If
one
prefer
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prefers
a dynamic
job
, sitting in front of the computer in the office will disappoint them.
As a result
, the level of
job
performance couldn’t reach the
hightest
greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount
highest
point.
On the other hand
, staying in the same
job
could be beneficial to some extent. The
first
reason is that people would benefit from better
job
prospects, which include promotion opportunities and pay rises, if they stay in a
job
long term. As experience and commitment are both taken into consideration when a company decide who to promote or to dismiss, those who work longer stand a higher chance of moving up the ladder and earn a more lucrative living.
Furthermore
, there are various perks follow when
one
stay in a
job
for a long time, namely sick leave, holiday entitlement, yearly bonuses,…
In addition
to better
job
prospects, keeping working for the same company may help to strengthen the relationship with wonderful colleagues, which will inspire people to the
job
satisfaction. In conclusion,
although
I accept that
job
satisfaction could be found through switching career, I believe that staying in the same
job
may be advantageous in its own way
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Include an introduction and conclusion

A conclusion is essential for IELTS writing task 2. It is more important than most people realise. You will be penalised for missing a conclusion in your IELTS essay.

The easiest paragraph to write in an essay is the conclusion paragraph. This is because the paragraph mostly contains information that has already been presented in the essay – it is just the repetition of some information written in the introduction paragraph and supporting paragraphs.

The conclusion paragraph only has 3 sentences:

  • Summary
  • Restatement of thesis
  • Prediction or recommendation

Example:

To summarize, a robotic teacher does not have the necessary disciple to properly give instructions to students and actually works to retard the ability of a student to comprehend new lessons. Therefore, it is clear that the idea of running a classroom completely by a machine cannot be supported. After thorough analysis on this subject, it is predicted that the adverse effects of the debate over technology-driven teaching will always be greater than the positive effects, and because of this, classroom teachers will never be substituted for technology.

Start your conclusion with a linking phrase. Here are some examples:

  • In conclusion
  • To conclude
  • To summarize
  • Finally
  • In a nutshell
  • In general

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