Tuesday, February 15, 2011

TOEFL Essay - Would you love to see teens work?

Q. In some countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think this is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details.

Teens are hard workers. The work teens perform often facilitates a more lucrative family standing, where parents are able to rest off their feet and curtail their daily dose of performances. Often teens stretch their job prospects to build a business during their school career. This career activity while academics take up a large part of our life is detrimental to study but gathers world experience. So the question is frankly complex.

We build things with a union of smaller and larger hands. This union will grip the task and construct a reminder of the work. Our buildings demonstrate our belief that with work is better than without. Much of this demonstration is teenage, and we complete it during our student period. Constructing part of our environment we're given a sense of control. These constructs are malleable. Buildings constructed from smaller hands show a finer command of detail and precision, bolts and screws turned with tenacity and focus on the small coming together of index and thumb. These bolts could only be turned by laborers with their head in the books. We find an example in the strenuous tasks at ballparks, where teenage laborers deliver accurate beer to thirsty customers. The patrons are silly to complain: delivery has its head in the books.

Teenagers who work during schooling feel the pinch that the world delivers. This holding and gripping until an uncomfortable pressure remains stemmed from necessity. If we wanted goods in the past, we'd have to work for them. Nothing came free. Goods and services we need don't just pop out of machines when we want them to. We must use money to coax them free. Teen work ethic reduces the amount of pilfering, so employing children knocks down misdemeanor incidences. Children kept busy refuse to engage in actions which disturb surrounding architecture.

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