Version 114 Some people prefer to stay in the same job for the same company, but others prefer to change jobs frequently. You should use specific reasons to compare the advantages and disadvantages of both sides.
Introduction( 20 words)
Nowadays very few people intend to go in for a life-time career. Still there
are some advantages to doing so.
Body1( 99 words)
Merits of always taking a position can be examined by three aspects.(topic sentences) First, if you stick at taking a post, all angles of the job will have appeared; after
some time,you will definitely have a good command of it. Consequently you may become
a veteran of the field and earn respect or prestige from others. Second, you can
establish an extensive social connections relating to the field, helping you tear down
most of the barriers standing in the way of your working endeavor. Finally, mistakes
of the routine tasks would be minimized because you have learned the lessons.
Body2 (111 words)
On the other hand, I would like to illustrate the advantages of experiencing different
jobs. (topic sentence) Initially, we look at the issue of bribery. Many high-level staff
are inclined to accept bribes via power in hand. However, if he knows that someone else
will soon take his place, such acts can be avoided. We then look at work motivation.
If one works for the same company for a long time without promotion, he may get sick and
tired of doing the same daily routine. Nonetheless, a manager should have qualities of a
sense of teamwork and the capability of coordination. Therefore, to try various positions
can help you gain ground to be promoted.
Conclusion ( 67 words)
In summary, staying in the same post can cultivate one to cut out for the job but involve
one in a boring career while changing jobs frequently can be both advantageous by keeping
bribery away and providing one with more opportunities of promotion and disadvantageous by
making mistakes occasionally. In my opinion, people should seek a decent and good-paid job and pay little attention to changing it.