College students refer to a group of people who are receiving basic higher education and professional higher education and have not yet graduated. This group is mainly studying higher education than secondary school, and will not look for a professional job until after graduation, and continue to develop. In fact, should the group of college students enter the workplace early? My answer is yes. I am 20 years old, and I am a Capricorn. It is said on the Internet that Capricorns are workaholics. I like to fill up my free time with part-time jobs or hobbies, so that I can live a fulfilling life.
From the perspective of personal experience, I think college students should enter the workplace early, rather than wait until they graduate from college to find a job. The first point is that we can increase practical experience through the workplace, and we can also understand the characteristics, nature, advantages and disadvantages of various industries in advance. We can also learn a lot of professional knowledge through various industries, and this knowledge can only be harvested through practice, not just theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom. To illustrate with my personal example, I once learned the joy brought to me by art through part-time work as an art and music teacher, as well as the care, love and most importantly patience needed to teach children; Part-time work has taught me how to better communicate with strangers, and arrange the order of each order and order to avoid any customer having a bad experience; I have learned how to help customers analyze Financial planning, to avoid the need to worry about financial problems when risks occur, and unable to recuperate well. The above personal experience makes me think that college students must enter the workplace early in order to have access to more knowledge and experience that cannot be accessed in the classroom.
The second point is that we should find our ideal industry before graduating from university. I once heard a saying that the best job is "closer to home with more money and less work", but is this really the unified standard for everyone to find a job? Some people pursue high salaries, some pursue time autonomy, some pursue a good environment, and some pursue team work. There is no standard for a good job, so college students should get in touch with the workplace early and try some interesting industries, and even try Some industries that dare not try may have different gains and results. I am 20 years old, and I am currently a college student. I have tried education industry, service industry, automobile decoration industry, insurance industry, etc. My idea at the time was to get in touch with some industries and at the same time find the industry I yearn for. Now I have chosen the insurance industry as the industry that I will continue to develop after graduation. At present, I have a customer base of about 30 people, 2 years of industry experience and 1 direct insurance team member. I will make this choice because the industry standard I want is mainly time autonomy. As a college student, I can control my working hours at any time, and the second is to learn more financial knowledge and increase market experience while also having continuity in college life. income. So, taking my own example, I think college students must enter the workplace early to avoid rushing to find a job after graduation.
The third point is that college students can improve their abilities through part-time jobs. With the improvement of ability, self-worth will also increase. When a company recruits talents, it considers not only academic qualifications, but also ability. As the saying goes, "The greater the ability, the greater the responsibility". Only with greater ability can one control more responsibilities, and subsequently, the value will definitely increase. Using my experience as an example again, the skills of expression and understanding learned in the education industry; the ability to decorate cars learned in the car decoration industry; These abilities can be used in any industry and on any occasion, and they are learned for a lifetime, but you need to improve yourself frequently to avoid becoming unfamiliar with your own abilities. Therefore, I think that entering the workplace early can give college students better opportunities to improve their abilities.
As the saying goes: "It is better to travel thousands of miles than to read thousands of books". To sum up, I think college students should enter the workplace early, so that they can learn a lot of practical experience that cannot be learned in the classroom early, and can also enjoy the scenery along the way while traveling thousands of miles, make more friends outside of university, and expand their network.