Every year millions of candidates attend the National Civil Servant Exam, some of whom even take it as their lifelong career to attend the exam every year in the hope of passing the exam and becoming a civil servant. The most sought-after position may attract nearly 10,000 applicants. The “craze for the Civil Servant Exam” has been fiercely debated in recent years. Should university graduates zealously pursue government posts? Read carefully the opinions from both sides and write your response in about 200 words, in which you should first summarize briefly the opinions from both sides and give your views on the issue.
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It is undeniable that the post of civil servant is an appealing job, for government posts are relatively stable, with fine income and welfare. If one becomes a civil servant, many troublesome problems, such as accommodation and medical care can be solved with some favorable policies. Also, the workload is modest compared with other jobs. So being a civil servant is attractive for many university students and they can hardly abandon this opportunity.
The expansion of college enrollment and the fierce competition among university graduates have led to the increasing pressure of job hunting. For many students who are not quite certain of what they want to do in the future, taking the Civil Servant Exam is a good try. The whole process is the same as applying for jobs in private sections. Through the exam, university graduates can get a practice for the future career, and the result sometimes is not so important.
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