It is a new thing that Chinese on-campus college students are legally allowed to get married before they complete their courses. Many people applaud / welcome this new development while others have expressed their concern about this.
Those who take sides against this new trend believe that college students will inevitably have less time and energy for their academic life because married students have more real-life problems to deal with than those unmarried ones.
One common argument, however, for on-campus college students’ marriage is that a number of students do have a desire for an ideal marriage. Now that they have come of age, they are entitled to such happiness.
Of the two views discussed above, I’m in favour of the former. My reason is that on-campus students are laden with academic tasks. If one gets married now, he or she has to work much harder than any other student because they have to solve their financial problems at the same time. As a married couple, for instance, they are supposed to rent a room in or outside the university, which will naturally add to their spending.
I’m a college graduate seeking opportunities to work for your company. I have received a bachelor’s degree in management science / international trade, proficient at English, both written and spoken. My academic achievement ranks among top ten of one hundred graduate students in my university, working for our student union for over three years. As a boy, I love playing football and basketball, organizing such matches both in spring and autumn, very popular with my fellow students. Moreover, I have kept doing a part-time job in a medium-sized company in Beijing for years, working in sales department.
I would accept a job in either marketing or human resources management, for I not only have specialized in these two fields but also have keen interest in them. My wages are expected to range from 2000 to 4,500 yuan each month, excluding the Social Security. Of course, it is desirable that your company provide me with a small room.
I hope you will give preference to my application and give me a chance to prove that I am worth more than you pay me.
A Quarrel with My Roommate
The other week I had a bitter quarrel with one of my roommates. Six of us live in small room about eight square meters, desperate for more space.
Weeks ago, one of my roommates brought in a very large suitcase and placed it under her bed, but days later she (he) found something wrong with her (his) suitcase. As we live on the ground floor, her case soon got wet. She took it out , after drying it up, she/he just put it on her desk because she had no other choices. I happened to be opposite her desk and her suitcase was so large that it not only occupied the whole of her desk but half of mine as well. I was very much annoyed, so I angrily pushed it forward without first talking to her about it. I pushed a bit too hard and the case fell off her desk, messing up everything it contained. On seeing this, she flew into a temper and angrily shouted at me. The quarrel started and lasted about two hours.
When I calmed down days later, I thought over the quarrel and began to see something. I should have talked to her about it first and then worked with her to find a solution to the problem. Living in a room with limited space, we should learn to get on well with one another.
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