- 2017年06月20日16:17 来源：小站整理
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本场雅思写作话题：Some people think a country benefits from a large proportion of young people university educated, but others think sending young people to universities only leads to graduate unemployment. discuss both views and give your own opinion.越来越多的人接受大学教育，有益还是有弊?
In this present-day society, the prime task of governments in education is being transformed from eliminating illiteracy to popularizing good quality and high-level education all over the world. Both governments and societies are, whereby, beneficiaries, although some objectors are stressing that blind diffusion of university education, without any doubt, results in high unemployment rate of college graduates.
The person with superior educational background can be called high-class workforce that is able to contribute greatly to the advancement of societies in both technological and cultural dimensions. Innovation of technology, which is driving economic development and upgrading humans’ life quality across all nations, relies on achievements of scientific researches, and meanwhile high-tech talents are key factors for those researches. Through offering more opportunities for the young to receive university education, societies gain more possibilities to cultivate high-end labor. Similarly, concerning culture, a great number of graduates specializing in humanity is doomed to promote the process of human civilization.
On no account, does direct causality between popularization of university education and high unemployment rate of graduates exist. In macro-perspective, there are fairly many reasons leading to the unemployment of job seekers with university degree, such as economic depression and unstable political situations. Additionally, in specific-perspective, overly high expectation of being employed makes those job seekers reject job offers of entry-level positions. Curriculums, besides, are not carefully or professionally designed, resulting in graduates’ shortage of employability. To change this embarrassing situation completely, what those job hunters really need is supportive policies from governments, employment-oriented curriculums and transition of ideology in terms of employment.
As has been analyzed above, popularization of university education is what governments are willing to achieve and what they can obtain benefits from, but simultaneously not what the public can attribute low employment of university graduates to.