21. There is a general debate on the campus today overthe phenomenon of college or high school students' doing a part-time job.
22. By taking a major-related part-job, students cannot only improve their academic studies, but gain much experience, experiencethey will never be able to get from the textbooks.
23. Although people's lives have been dramatically changedover the last decades, it must be admitted that, shortage of funds is still the one of the biggest questions that students nowadays have to face because that tuition fees and prices of books are soaring by the day.
24. Consequently, the extra money obtained frompart-time job will strongly support students to continue to their study life.
25. From what has been discussed above, we may safely drawa conclusion that part-time job can produce a far-reaching impact onstudents and they should be encouraged to take part-time job, whichwill benefit student sand their family, even the society as a whole.
26. These days, people in growing numbers are beginning tocomplain that work is more stressful and less leisurely than in past.Many experts point out that, along with the development of modern society, itis an inevitable result and there is no way to avoid it.
27. It is widely acknowledged that computer and othermachines have become an indispensable part of our society, which make ourlife and work more comfortable and less laborious.
28. At the same time, along with the benefits of suchmachines,employees must study knowledge involved in such machines sothat they are able to control them.
29. No one can deny the basic fact that it is impossiblefor average workers to master those high-technology skills easily.
30. In the second place, there seem to be too manypeople without job and not enough job position.
31. Millions of people have to spend more time and energyon studying new skills and technology so that they can keep a favorableposition in job market.
32. According to a recent survey, a growing number ofpeople express a strong desire to take another job or spend more time ontheir job in order to get more money to support their family.
33. From what has been discussed above, I am fullyconvinced that the leisure life-style is undergoing a decline with theprogress of modern society, it is not necessary a bad thing.
34. The problem of international tourism has causedwide public concern over the recent years.
35. Many people believe that international tourism produce positive effects on economic growth and local government should beencouraged to promote international tourism.
36. But what these people fail to see is that internationaltourism may bring about a disastrous impact on our environment and localhistory.
37. As for me, I'm firmly convinced that the number offoreign tourists should be limited, for the following reasons:
38. From what has been discussed above, we may safely drawa conclusion that, although the parents' desire to look after children by themselvesis understandable, its disadvantages far outweigh the advantages.
39. From what has been discussed above, we may safely drawthe conclusion that, although extra studies indeed enjoy many obviousadvantages,its disadvantages shouldn't be ignored and far outweigh itsadvantages. It is absurd to force children to take extra studies afterschool.
40. There is a growing tendency for parents to ask theirchildren to accept extra educational programs over the recent years.
41. This phenomenon has caused wide public concern in manyplaces of world.
42. Many parents believe that additional educationalactivities enjoy obvious advantage. By extra studies, they maintain,their children are able too tain many kinds of practical skills and usefulknowledge, which will put them in a beneficial position in the future jobmarkets when they grow up.
43. Although manyexperts from universities and institutes consistently maintain that it is aninevitable part of an independent life,parents in growing numbers arestarting to realize that people, including teachers and experts in education,should pay considerable attention to this problem.
44. Children are undergoing fast physical development; lackof physical exercise may produce disastrous influence on their laterlife.
45. Many young people always go into raptures at the merelymention of buying fashion clothes. And they seem to be attracted by colorfulmaterial,various styles of fashion clothes.
46. It is hard to imagine a student focusing theirenergy on textbook while other children are playing.
47. From what has been discussed above, it would bereasonable to believe that basic projects play far more important rolethan artistic and cultural projects in people's life and economicgrowth.
48. Any parents should place considerable emphasis ontheir children to keep the balance between play and study. As an oldsaying goes: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
49.Those urban planners who are blind to this point willpay a heavy price, which they cannot afford it.
50. Many leaders of government always go into raptures atthe mere mention of artistic and cultural projects. They are forever talkingabout the nice parks, the smart sculptures in central city and the artgalleries with various valuable rarities. Nothing, they maintain, is moreessential than such projects in the economic growth.