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Bài viết mẫu IELTS – Do university graduates deserve higher salary? – IELTS Task 2: Education

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Bài viết mẫu IELTSDo university graduates deserve higher salary? – IELTS Task 2: Education

When the time comes to commence full- time employment, individuals who have graduated from university deserve a higher salary than those who have not. To what extend do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

There are some employers who offer university graduates higher salaries than other worker who did not study at university. Employees performing the same work-related tasks are therefore not paid equally because some went to university and some did not. As a result, employees who attended and graduated from university are given a financial advantage over those who did not.


In a way paying university graduates makes more sense. Employees who attended university for a period of at least three years have proven that they are disciplined. The many hours of sacrifice required to achieve a university degree shows that individuals have the ability to maintain a focus for the duration of their studies.


However, university studies are very different from the tasks assigned those in the workplace. Just because individuals are successful in completing a course of study at university does not necessarily mean they will be good employees. I have heard of numerous examples where university graduates were not effective in their positions and had to be demoted to lesser roles. Remuneration should be performance-based, according to the individual contributions made by the employee on the job, not according to whether or not an individual went to university. Consider a secretarial position that needs to be filled in a company. It is both unfair and discriminating for an employer to pay two different people doing the same job a higher or lower salary simply because one of them went university and the other did not.
While it is true that the completion of a university course does take effort and discipline, it is not a true measure of guarantee of success in the workplace. Remuneration should be performance-based. Employees should be given the same salary opportunities as each other whether they have attended university or not.

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