TOEFL: A/G: It is good for teenagers to have jobs while they are still students.
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The teenage stage is an essential, if not very sensitive, part of the human growth. By this time, teenagers are somewhat mature enough to know that hard work brings benefits and experience leads to valuable lessons for the preparation of the future. For this reason, I believe it is absolutely positive for teenagers to have part-time jobs as they attend schools in order to have a taste of society and adulthood before they become one.
Teenagers are still in the stage of learning. They realize math is annoying but deep inside, they also learn how essential math is for living and life itself. By having the ability to recognize truth behind their education, they are ready to learn more about adulthood so that they may join society as adults themselves. Having a part-time job is the perfect method to allow them to feel what it means to be an adult. By working with their own two hands and the sweat from their foreheads, they will have the opportunity to experience how it feels to work and earn their rewards for their efforts. Not only will they learn what 'working' really means and feels, they will also have the chance to be part of society. As they work, they will value the connection of friends, people, and family and thus treasure them more. For example, I myself didn't make a lot of friends nor did I work hard when I was in middle school. As I worked during my high school years, I learned that friends are precious beings to talk and share perspectives and how authentic endeavors never bring anything negative. As one can see, working can bring clarity and valuable chances to feel society, which is why I believe high school students would benefit tremendously if they worked before they graduate.
On the other hand, if teenagers do not have the capacity and determination to work, this can take a large toll on their future. Without having any work experience, they would most definitely struggle if they enter the workforce after graduation. Without knowing the ropes, they will have to learn through their mistakes and reprimands from their authorities. This can lead to a very negative first impression to the others which can in turn lead to a dark future where very few would commend their work or recommend them to other more prominent company. In fact, my roommate had a difficult time when he first entered the workforce with no experience whatsoever. He eventually learned, but the blunders he made from his arrival marked him as a slow learner to many authorities. Despite the fact he worked hard after his mistakes, he rarely was congratulated or had his raise quicker than other employees. Society is a cruel place where it doesn't forgive nor forgets. In order to prosper, one must have a clean record and an impressive initial impression on many people. To achieve this, high school students can head start by learning the ropes before fighting the big match to prepare. For these reasons, I believe it is auspicious for high school students to have jobs.
The nascent stage of teenagers must be optimized in order to completely have the advantage of a bright future. To have this advantage, high school students should work because it provides priceless experiences in work and life