As is obviously demonstrated in the chart above, people with a bachelor’s degree or above earn at least 1038 dollars per week, while those with a lower education level earn no more than 712 dollars per week. The chart undoubtedly shows that education is a worthy investment.
But in real life, opinions concerning the value of education vary from person to person. Some hold the view that education is a worthy investment in that education, in a large part, is the key to a steadier and better-paying job. However, others maintain that education is hardly a worthy investment because employers now place more value on one’s ability rather than education.
From my perspective, education is definitely a worthy investment on several grounds. For one thing, higher education lays the root for one’s overall quality, which in turn will pay dividends in the coming years. For another, a better education, in most cases, not only implies a higher salary and a lower unemployment, but also a greater potential for the future. In conclusion, it is no doubt that education is worthy investment.
For this part, you are allowed 30minutes to write a short essay. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your views on the importance of doing small things before undertaking something big. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words.
As is vividly demonstrated in the picture above, the boy is worried about the expectable impacts the disposal of the nuclear waste may cause, while his father is telling him that what matters now should be emptying the dustbin in front of them. The picture undoubtedly shows that we should do small things before undertaking something big.
But in real life, opinions/views concerning whether we should do small things before undertaking something big vary from person to person. Some contend/reckon that we should do small things first in that small things, in a large part, are the foundations of doing big things. However, others maintain that we can undertake big things directly because small things will waste us a lot of time and energy.
From my perspective, doing small things first is rather important on several grounds. For one thing, small things lay the root for one’s overall ability, which in turn will pay dividends in the coming years. For another, doing small things, in most cases, not only implies patience, but also a better accumulation for the future. In conclusion, it is no doubt that doing small things is rather vital.