雅思大作文：the world of work is changing rapidly
雅思大作文题目：The world of work is changing rapidly and people cannot depend on the same job or same conditions of work for life. Discuss the possible causes for this rapid change and give your suggestions on how people should prepare for work in the future?Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
In my country, people used to be constrained to a single workplace for lifelong by social security or welfare system. However, this is no longer the case nowadays when people are free to choose their occupation or have to adapt themselves in different positions.
People now change their works and environment based on several reasons, subjectively and objectively. To pursue a better career or break through a bottleneck, rather than secure a stable income, young people usually opt to change their job. In addition, graduates with little working experience have not developed a clear perspective of their life career. It is reasonable for them to be exposed to various workplaces, orienting to the society and trying to find out their strengths and interests. On the negative side, employers have to qualify themselves every couple of years, or else they may get fired and are forced to get other positions. This is because modern technologies have been revolutionizing since the advent of computer and internet and employers from different industries have to adopt the radically changing needs of the market. They thus must recruit those with advanced skills and specialties and cast out those left behind in order to meet the demand.
For better future career and greater possibilities of being always employed, people can take the following pieces of advice. It is certainly feasible that people exert their lifelong time in acquiring new knowledge and skills. This is especially true and cruel for the veteran workers who may find their specialized knowledge outdated comparing to that brought by the fresh and even new graduates. It is only a matter of attitude of being studious and diligent, otherwise laziness would eventually take its toll. Another piece of suggestion is to stand on solid ground before a job-hop and a promotion, which is mainly aiming at those regarding themselves already fully-prepared to get higher position. If ones strong sense of responsibility is not fostered, maturity not or ability to tackle problems not developed, the newly-promoted will suffer from both disobedience of reports and doubts of bosses.
To sum up, the swift shifting societies offer people less chance to stay vocationally unchanged. Therefore, the path of a successful career would be more even if one is willing to get ready and embrace.