In some countries, teenagers have jobs while they are students. Do you think this is a good idea?
In the modern society, it is very common to see teenagers working everywhere in the city. Whether they are doing the paper route or working voluntarily at the library, they are preparing for their future. School may not be the best place to prepare for the outside working world where experience matter, but working at a young age could layer experience on top of experience which could later be of use to a young adult. Many may suggest that working at a young age could prevent students from concentrating and learning at hundred percent at school, but many of those who do well in school lack the worldly experience that is only given when working in the cities. Though many readers may believe that the proper education would lead to success all the way, it is wise to realize that being naïve will not help in the future, nor will it help in the present.
Bill Gates and his Microsoft Empire post a very classic scenario that supports the topic. At young, Bill Gates began to tinker with computer technology. He created his own programs and taught himself the technology. He had a proper education with good grades, but it was his job experience which leads him to become the richest man in the world. He was laughed at being a "geek?at school, but without the early job experience which he had set out to accomplish for himself, he would not have been what he is today. The people who laughed at Bill Gates lack from job experience, and in result, they are now working for him. The result of long year preparations of job experiences in Gates?case created success and overcame the naïve society. The Microsoft Empire is well-known and no computer could live without it. His success was gathered through working as a teenager and now he's the richest man in the world. Though some students may argue that working after going to school creates many problems, such as studying and...
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