IELTS academic essay writing about Job Market

IELTS academic essay writing about Job Market

In today’s job market it is far more important to have practical skills than theoretical knowledge. In the future, job applications may not need any formal qualifications.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?

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Sample Answer:

In the present scenario, it is extremely important to have experience rather than just the subject knowledge. With the passage of time, practical skills are overpowering the value of formal degrees. In my opinion, skills and theoretical knowledge both are equally essential, which will be discussed in this essay.
Formal education provides an evidence that an individual is qualified for a job which also inculcates job-specific skills. We can not trust a doctor who does not possess a medical degree. For professions such as doctors, engineers, teachers, it’s essential to have a formal education otherwise it will put a question mark on their authentication. In addition, Educational achievements and income are associated to each other, better the education, higher the salaries. For instance, doctors, engineers, advocates are among the highly paid professionals, hence it is very important for individuals today to complete a college education.
On the contrary, any formal degrees can not prove that an individual is actually capable of the job in the real world situation. There are instances where better-educated workers also have lower rates of unemployment due to lack of experience and practical skills. Acquisition of new skills always adds weightage to one’s professional value. That is the reason why internships are gaining popularity these days. These trainings provide skills and hands-on experience to individuals.
To recapitulate, in an ideal case, both the education and experience are required for an individual to excel in real-world job situation. Academic knowledge helps in being more versatile while practical skills help in advancing your expertise. (260 Words)

 

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IELTS Essay – Extra classes for children after school

IELTS Academic Writing Task 2. Essay – Extra classes for children after school

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

 

Write about the following topic:

 

 

Many parents today organize extra classes for their children after school and at the weekends.

Do you feel that this is worthwhile thing to do or do you feel children have enough education at school?

Sample Answer

Over the past few years, people have become used to the idea of extra classes. Nonetheless, the effectiveness of this practice is a matter of debate. While some assert that it puts a burden on a student’s life, I think that these classes can be highly beneficial.

To begin with, extra classes are more personalized and problem-specific for the students. Children have the freedom to discuss complicated questions with the teacher which is not possible in a formal class as the teacher is under the pressure of completing the syllabus. What is more, teachers can give full attention in one-to-one sessions. Students, therefore gain a piece of in-depth knowledge about the topics. It also encourages students to do group study which enhances their team spirit. Supplementary classes can also help the students to revise what they have learnt in schools. Such classes improve and enhance the knowledge of a student as they can get immediate solutions from the teacher which is not possible in self-study.

On the contrary, extra classes can be an unnecessary burden on children. Not every student requires extra attention. When students are forced to attend extra classes they become uncomfortable and lose their interest and attention in regular classes. What is more, every student is unique and has different needs apart from academic. Extra classes will waste the time that can be utilized in games, competitions or developing other important life skills.

Overall, in my opinion, extra classes are an effective approach to enhance students’ academic performance. However, parents should understand the needs of their children and focus on their overall development. (270 Words)

 

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IELTS Essay – Alternatives to Fossil Fuels

IELTS Writing task 2 #Essay
You should spend 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
The exploration and development of safe alternatives to fossil fuels should be the most important global priority today.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant example from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

Sample Answer:

Fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas are the primary source of energy in the world. These fuels have fuelled almost all major industries and economies across the globe. Many experts propose that finding other forms of energy that are safer than these non-renewable ones should be the topmost priority of all the nations. I strongly agree with this view.

To begin with, the world has overused fossil fuels without paying attention to their detrimental effects on our natural environment. Global warming and soaring air pollution levels have become a threat to our planet and our existence. All nations are experiencing a change in their climate. Their citizens are suffering from diseases caused by hazardous air pollutants. Unquestionably, these are international problems and resolving them is beyond the capacity of any one nation.

Furthermore, the reservoirs of coal, crude oil and natural gas are depleting at a rate faster than ever before. The day when these sources will not be able to support us is not very far. Definitely, the way forward is global co-operation which will focus on the research and development of sustainable means of energy. Many wealthy countries like UK, Japan and USA are trying to reduce their dependence on non-renewable fuels. They are developing technology for other eco-friendly forms of energy such as solar, water, wind and geothermal etc. But, developing and poorer nations are not on par with them. I believe that co-ordinated efforts will be fruitful in bridging this gap as well.

Of course, there are several other serious global problems such as illiteracy, poverty, shortage of food and water, unemployment and terrorism etc. They are as important as exploring alternative sources of energy. Nonetheless, the efforts to repair the damaged environment should be prioritized before it is too late.

To conclude, the unquenched thirst for development and the rise in the global population have exacerbated immense pressure on fossil fuels. Personally, I believe that sincere efforts at a global level are required not only to meet the increasing demands of energy but also to mitigate the problems that excessive exploitation of non-renewable fuels has caused.(353 Words)

 

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IELTS Essay: Do prisons work?

Writing task 2 : IELTS Essay: Do prisons work?

You should spend 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:
In many places, prisons are overcrowded and expensive for governments to maintain. Yet, when offenders are released, they end up back in prison a short while later.
Do prisons work?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant example from your own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.

IELTS Essay - Do prisons work? In many places, prisons are overcrowded and expensive for governments to maintain..........

Sample Answer

Imprisonment is one of the most common forms of punishment in several parts of the world. But, how effective is this system? A high percentage of prisoners relapse into crime once they are released into the community. They are imprisoned again and this vicious cycle continues forever. In my view, sentencing criminals to time in prison fails in most cases and in this essay I will explain why.

Firstly, offenders enjoy a comfortable life in prisons. Many of them have access to luxuries such as televisions, mobile phones, free internet and sport facilities etc. In other words, instead of being a place where lawbreakers should learn a life lesson, prisons become holiday camps. If the penal system really expects prisons to act as a deterrent, then I think it should be tougher.

Secondly, I do not accept that all offenders need to be separated from society. Take pickpockets and shoplifters as examples. Keeping these petty criminals in the same cells as rapists, murderers or violent criminals actually worsens the situation. This is because after serving their time in prisons, juvenile and minor offenders often turn into habitual and professional criminals.  Sadly, governments and tax payers have to bear the cost of keeping these recidivists (= a criminal who continues to commit crimes even after they have been punished) in jails. I think punishing them through fines, community service or other non-custodial means etc. is a better option.

To conclude, I do understand that criminals who pose a threat to society cannot be allowed to roam freely. For such people, imprisonment is necessary. But, for other offences prison is not the answer. In my view, the severity of the crime committed should be taken into consideration before deciding on the punishment. (290 Words)

 

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