On job-hunting Priorities
When a graduate hunts for a job, he has to take the priority issue of a few important factors into consideration, such as the pay, the specific field, and the location.
Graduates give priority to different elements. Some graduates think the pay should take the first place, since they have been spending the money of the family members. Besides, a high pay usually means a relatively high position in the company. Some would take their major as the No.1 element, or it would be a big waste of what they have learned in college. Meanwhile, the major chosen for college most of the time reflects their interest and preference. Still others offer the pride of place to the location of the job. They believe big cities like Beijing or Shanghai will provide more opportunities, or a place close to hometown will furnish more convenience between the graduate and his family. Since most families now have one child only.
As to me, the ideal is the three elements combined together. But when I have to make a choice, I would pick up the best choice close to my family since “East, west, home is the best”.