Part I Writing
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled College Students on the Job Market. You should write at least 150 words following the outline given below.
Currently，the frequent job-hopping of graduates has aroused wide concern among the public. Does anyone hold the same attitude toward this phenomenon? Definitely not. As to this issue, opinions vary from person to person.
Those who hold the opinion that job-hopping is beneficial to graduates claim that by doing so, the youngsters are more likely to (更有可能)have a better knowledge of （更了解）other fields and then to expand their horizons（开阔视野）. Moreover，changing jobs frequently offers workers a chance to move up to a better position（到更好的工作岗位）. However, others take a totally different view that job-hopping is detrimental to one’s career development. For one thing, as the common saying goes,“a rolling stone gathers no moss.”（滚石不生苔）The morefrequent you change your job, the less likely you are to be an expert in a particular area.（在某个特定的领域）Secondly, this behavior will leave on the employers an impression of （给雇主留下印象）instability and immaturity（不稳定和不成熟）. It is no wonder that ,when interviewing a candidate, a employer will raise a question （提问）like“you’ve changed jobs quite frequently. How do we know you’ll stay if we hire you? ”
From my perspective, frequent job-hopping would not necessarily be a bad thing.（并非是件坏事） it may offer them a broader space for career development. （更大的发展空间）When people join a company，the brand new working environment，new colleagues and new enterprise cultural atmosphere （企业文化氛围）will definitely motivate their enthusiasm for （激发他们的工作热情）the new job and thus, prompt their career to a new level.（让职业生涯更上一个台阶）thus, I will try several posts before finding the one that is perfectly fit for me and after that I will remain in the post and spare no efforts to have it well done（竭尽全力将工作做好）.