When students come to the university, they will treat their major as the big deal, because the major will decide their future. Most students consider the job potential when they choose the major. In my opinion, each major will have the relative job potential, it is our hard working that helps us to be successful.
As a graduate student, I have to find a job and I have got many interviews, but I haven’t found the good job, so I am still fighting for my future. I major in English, before I chose it as my major, many people told me that it was easy to find a job and I did research the information on the Internet. I made my choice, but now I realized that finding a job is easy while not for the satisfying one.
When some high school students ask my opinion about the major, my answer is the interest comes first. None of the major can promise you the promising future, you need to stand out and then you will achieve great success no matter what major you learn.
i live in hollywood. you may think people in such a glamorous, fun-filled place are happier than others. if so, you have some mistaken ideas about the nature of happiness.
many intelligent people still equate happiness with fun. the truth is that fun and happiness have little or nothing in common. fun is what we eperience during an act. happiness is what we eperience after an act. it is a deeper, more abiding emotion.going to an amusement park or ball game, watching a movie or television, are fun activities that help us rela, temporarily forget our problems and maybe even laugh. but they do not bring happiness, because their positive effects end when the fun ends.
i have often thought that if hollywood stars have a role to play, it is to teach us that happiness has nothing to do with fun. these rich, beautiful individuals have constant access to glamorous parties, fancy cars, epensive homes, everything that spells "happiness".but in memoir after memoir, celebrities reveal the unhappiness hidden beneath all their fun: depression, alcoholism, drug addiction, broken marriages, troubled children, profound loneliness.
the way people cling to the belief that a fun-filled, pain-free life equates happiness actually diminishes their chances of ever attaining real happiness. if fun and pleasure are equated with happiness, then pain must be equated with unhappiness. but, in fact, the opposite is true: more times than not, things that lead to happiness involve some pain.
as a result, many people avoid the very endeavors that are the source of true happiness. they fear the pain inevitably brought by such things as marriage, raising children, professional achievement, religious commitment, civic or charitable work, and self-improvement.
I have a happy family. My family have five poeple:grandpa, grandma, father, mother, and me.
My grandparents live in countryside. They have six rooms. The room is big. There are two apple in the ground. They have sixteen goats and three cows. The goat is white. The cow is yellow. They are healthy.
My parents and me live in city. My father is a worker. His work is hard. My mother is a high school's Chinese teacher, She take bicycle go to work at seven'clock. In the afternoon, she doesn't go home. In the evening, she make supper. The food is delicious. I am a student. I have Chinese, math and English everyday. That is boring. I have many friends. After class, I play with my friends.
We are tried, but we are very happy. I love my family.
Recently the rise in phenomenon of the graduates signing up for the army has aroused public concern.
According to a research, about 31% of graduates sign up for the army this year, which sets a new record during these ten years.
The reasons why so many graduates sign up for the army can be complicated. First of all, most of them are attracted by the outstanding treatment.
Besides, joining the army can release the pressure of looking for the job. Finally, a number of graduates treat the army as a group which can strengthen their bodies and train their mental strength.
As far as I concerned, I agree on the opinion that the army can train graduates well, but I doubt it can solve the problem of obtaining employment.
So I call on treating signing up for the army properly.
It was Grandma‘s birthday 。 Father ， Mother and I went to visit her。 She lives with my uncle in a village not too far away。 Early in the morning we bought some presents and took the bus to get there。
Grandma and Uncle were so glad to see us。We gave the presents to Grandma and she was very happy。 Then we sat down to talk， while Uncle went to prepare lunch 。 The meal was so nice that we all enjoyed it very much。 At 4 o’clock， we said goodbye and set off for home。
I was born in a very poor section of Brooklyn on December 7,1941. There were five persons in my family including my father, my mother, my two sisters and myself. I was the only son, and my childhood was spent playing in the streets with the other boys and getting into troubles. I was often punished by my parents and teachers.
After elementary school, where I had been an average student, I went to a vocational high school in my neighborhood. My friends were all boys who cared nothing about studying and my grades went from bad to worse.
From the time I entered the second high school, I began to take an interest in my studies and my grades improved. I started to listen to the other students discuss intelligent issues and soon I began to take part in. One day, someone asked me to join the Negro Culture Club where the students discussed the contributions of the Negro race. Now my eyes were really opened. For the first time, I learned that my race had many famous people who had played an important role in world history. I was filled with a new sense of pride and self-respect. From then on, I read every book in the school library on Negro history. Also during these high school years, I met many officials from the new African nations. Because most of them spoke French, I learned to speak French and then went on to teach myself Spanish. In my senior year, I was elected president of my class. My goals were now definite and I knew I want to continue my education.
Going to college was difficult for me because my family was very poor and needed my help with money. My mother, however, encouraged me and insisted that I continue my education. Therefore, when I graduated from high school, I started attending night college and working all day. After two years I changed to day college and a part-time job. Now I am a fulltime student in my junior year, majoring in international relations and economics.
It is difficult for a young man to speak of his philosophy of life, but I believe it is very important for every person to have a sense of pride and dignity in his own worth. My aim in life is to help my people become better off economically. Also, I would like to do something to help mankind and to promote brotherhood among all men of all nations, no matter what color they are.