It’s understandable that, faced with the increasingly stern situation of employment, a great majority (絕大多數) of undergraduates choose the way of trying for master programs to deepen their professional knowledge, so as to avoid a period of sluggish (低迷的) job market and better find the development opportunities.
Furthermore, a satisfactory salary and benefits package (福利待遇) will guarantee the standard of their life, while a pleasant atmosphere in workplace is a necessary element to prevent distractions and focus on work itself.
Today’s employers are putting increasing emphasis on candidate’s problem-solving skills and the correct mindset (思維模式) to get a job which are unfortunately found missing from most young graduates.
To assure smooth integration into professional life, and hence into society, students need to equip themselves with (裝備)a battery of professional practical skills and develop a career plan aligned with (使一致) their abilities and interests instead of continuing to moan about (抱怨)the lack of employment opportunities.
As time passed, the rapid expansion of programs and the quality of MBA students have become controversial topics(有爭議的話題), both in and out of business.
Maybe today’s employers place a higher value upon (更注重) a job-hunter’s practical work experience, professional background and personal capability.
At the same time, as China accelerates the process of (加快進程) internationalization and more jobs are available to returnees, overseas students prefer to go back to China.
Perhaps more importantly, the support from national policies acts as a further stimulus. Chinese government has adopted the policy of supporting the overseas studies, and encouraging overseas students to come back after they complete their studies.
Firstly, as China continues deepening reform and opening up policy(改革開放政策), the government has adopted various strategies, such as the Project of Thousands Talents to stimulate the return of overseas high-skilled nationals.
Secondly, with the faster progress of internationalization, Chinese enterprises are recognizing the need for more employees with international qualifications and networks.
The fact that reading takes the lead (高居榜首) in cultural consumption types reveals that college students still regard acquiring knowledge, whether professional or amateur, as their priority.
With the development of modern technology, students can easily find out information of movies or TV series they are interested in just through surfing the Internet and book a ticket online or buy a VIP membership of video websites.
To address the issue (要解決這個問題), we need joint efforts from universities, the teachers and the students themselves. We are in need of more profound educational reform from universities, enhancements of sense of responsibility for teachers and self-discipline(自律) on the part of the students.