Next Week, my teacher will hold a speech competion. Here is my script for it.
Good afternoon ladies and gentleman. I'm glad to stand here to deliver a speech. My topic today is What Helps College Students Find a Good Job after Graduation.
It is estimated that six and a half million new university graduates were hitting the job market this year and at the same time the world is experiencing an economic downturn. Earlier, it was also revealed that 20 million migrant workers had lost their jobs as a result of the global financial crisis.
Nowadays, finding a job is extremely tough, let alone finding a good one. As undergraduate students, we are ships in the harbor, while there are thunderstorms on the sea, but we can not watch the thunderstorms with bolded arms. Here are my views on helping college students find a good job.
First, build up real ability. For many students university life is essentially one party to another or one game to another. However, study weights nothing but ashes in their lives. On the other hand, some students spend all their time on textbook theory, forgetting that there are practices. Those studens with no real abilities would absolutely be rejeted by employers. Recently, in a few large companies, like HuaWei or Foxconn, their new admiting graduates are not working on their job imediately but attending training course to adap to their future work. Since Foxconn and HuaWei are big companies which have great investment on work force training, what about small companies they have little investment, however, it they that dominant the job market. To avoid from being rejected we should build up real ability.
Second, develop your out standings. jJob hunters only hve the skills that all others have are equal to those with no skills. As our ancestors say,"the new known to everybody is not news. But things may be changed, once you have your out standings. Then you are distinguished from others and you will impress your employer, thus, it enlarges the chances of your admission.
Thank you very much!