Some people think that young people should go to university to further their education while others think they should be encouraged to work as car mechanics or builders serve society. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Education is mandatory for all the people, that's why almost all the countries in the world provide free schooling for their own young citizen's. After the achievement of basic schooling, students join Universities for their higher education, with respect to their field of interest. Some people think, after receiving the school completion certificate, they must serve public,
as mechanics in
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garage, builders, etc., while others do not agree on
point, they assert that everyone should complete their graduation. We can have
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discussion on both the views,
and foremost, The nation's around the world want their future generation to be with very lower illiteracy level. As I mentioned above, they provide free education and after completion of the school, it is
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individual's responsibility to join the University for graduation and cost depends upon the scores, the student received. The desired course could be
awarded on the scoring basis.
, the fulfilment of the learning could help on knowledge enhancement, as well as supports to choose their career path. As an example, a degree holder would get
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enhanced lifestyle and possibly fulfil the dependent needs, compared to the less educated person, since he could not able to choose his desired path.
, I would say as a graduate, It is possible to develop the skills and would be self-satisfied with financial needs. On the contrast part, in
wide world, there are various kinds of unskilled activities to be done,
as road and building construction, plumbing, electrical installations, mechanical activities and pest control. As an example, it is highly impossible to bring a skilled person to clean or maintain the drainage system. It is required to have both skilled and unskilled personalities, to fulfil all the needs. As a conclusion, I would assert that young people should go to the university for their
improvement, to be a part in nation's development, at the same time it should be encouraged to work as car mechanics or builders serve society.
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • higher education
  • vocational training
  • skillset
  • employment landscape
  • economic contributions
  • hands-on experience
  • critical thinking skills
  • practical knowledge
  • tuition fees
  • trade professions
  • essential workforce
  • academic qualifications
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