In some countries in Europe, some children from the age of 11 or 13 go to schools to learn more practical skills that will help them get a job. Other children stay in schools which provide a more general academic education. What should schools do to prepare students for the world of work?

Children are the future for their country and they are the one's how create or decide prospect of the world. In some nations, teenagers are deployed in practical learning and others are deployed in traditional learning. In
this
essay, I would explain, how schools equip their students to get ready for the world? To embark on, educational institutes should include current technologies, trends and, subjects related to demanding skills in their syllabus.
For example
: These days computer education is
requires
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required
for all trending jobs,
hence
most of the schools, in my country, have included computer education from the basic level. It would help students
to get
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get
familiar with computers well before they are ready for work. Inclusions of these types
of subjects help
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of subjects to help
students to apply for any kind of jobs. In
traditional way
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the traditional way
of school all these subject were not available and it caused many issues regarding job ready work force.
Secondly
, educational hubs should focus on practical and theoretical equally and must emphasize on
way
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ways
the way
of implementing of learnt knowledge.
For instance
: during my
collage
the body of faculty and students of a college
college
days teachers were more focused on
application
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the application
of
physics
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physical
law, rather than cramming
this
law. If school develops
this
type of habits in student, it would definitely help firms as they get trained workers. To sum up, it is necessary to include modern subject and modern way to learning from
initial level
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an initial level
the initial level
initial levels
of schooling. After including these changes, schools have had
skillful
workers,
Instead
of students who require one more level of training before deploying to any workplace.
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