As the Dec. 25 editorial “Tough times for graduation students” stated, the job-hunting season for university students started Dec. 1, and it has me wondering. Students are glued to computers and smartphones to make appointments at job fairs. Then they line up to enter these events as if they were concerts. In addition, students worry about how they look. We have to appear the same.
I understand that companies must try to judge our characters, but why should we have to do these things?
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