Reply To: If people have the opportunity to get a secure job, they should take it right away rather than wait for a job that would be more satisfying. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

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March 25, 2021 at 1:59 am

In my opinion, considering[ dangling modifier  ] the environment of [ article error  ]workplace, this statement is true if one wants to work in government or university as it[ unclear pronoun  ] might not fit for those who want[ repetition  ] to take (a job in a company)[  wordy ].

First, for those who want[ repetition  ] to devote their life time [ spelling error  ]to academic research, (it will be their best choice to grasp)[  wordy/ grasping …will be their best.. ] the job opportunity at once. Competition in universities and institutions is highly[redundant   ] harsh. Nearly 30 [ thirty  ]young doctors[Ph.D. graduates   ] have to compete with each other, chasing for only one work opportunity, according to the head of the Department of Sociology, Peking University[wordy/lengthy sentence   ]. Taking a chance away means that you[ shift in person  ] have to start a new [  round of  ]challenging competition again. No one could make sure of the possibility of your[ shift in person  ] success. In this case, (it is better)[ wordy/vague  ] to get the current job opportunity.

Second, this statement also applies to those who want to get a job in government. According to (research in 2019)[unclear   ], the content of different works[ spelling error  ] in government resembles[ grammatical error  ] regardless of the area and the department one work[  grammatical error ] in[ /during  ] the first several years in one’s career. In this case, the benefit of waiting for another job (is pretty)[ replace BE verb with concrete verb  ] low and couldn’t[ unparalleled verbs/ is- couldn’t  ] cover the risk of giving up the current work opportunity.

Third, this statement might not be suitable for those who want [ repetition  ]to work in companies. (There are plenty of companies offering)[  wordy ] work opportunities in the market. Even if you[shift in person   ] give up one opportunity, (there are still several offers )[  wordy ]you could choose. Besides, the salary and environment of different companies (are different)[change to concrete verb   ]. The salaries of (same jobs )[ unclear  ]in Tecent [ spelling error  ]could be 85 percent higher comparing[dangling modifier   ] with Huawei. It[ unclear pronoun  ] is a good choice[vague   ] for one the [ grammatical error  ]take one offer away and wait for another one that would be more satisfying.

In conclusion, whether the statement is true[or not   ] depends on the area you[ 2nd person is informal  ] want to work in. For those who want to work in university and government, this statement is quite proper. However, if one wants to get a job in [article error   ]private company, this statement might not fit the actual situation of him.