Unit 3 Exercise 1

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Click on the gaps in the text and type in the correct phrases from the options below.


a different company | a career plan | a career. | qualified people | more interesting | your future | ten years | become unemployed | a job | well-paid job. | good qualifications



What is the point of going on?

Do you ever say to yourself: I don’t want to study any more? I’m going to leave school (or university) and get . In this article, we look at two good reasons to continue and get .

In many countries, research shows that higher education is very important for . Firstly, you earn more money because you have good qualifications (see Figure 1). People with no qualifications do not get good jobs because most managers want . Well-paid jobs are usually better jobs too, because they are . In addition, unqualified people have jobs, but they do not often have Well-qualified people usually start a career after university. They start at one level and they get promoted every three or four years. You need to make a career plan. Ask yourself: What employment sector am I going to work in? Where would I like to be in two years, five years, ?

Secondly, you may lose your job and you may . However, well-qualified people are not that common, so a person with qualifications can usually get another job quickly (see Figure 2). A well-qualified person can continue his or her career with . The message is clear. Go on to higher education, get good qualifications, and you will soon have money for clothes and CDs and an interesting, And don’t forget to make .