雅思写作题目：The most important thing of people's life is his or her work. Without a satisfying career, the life is meaningless. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
此题目为教育类话题，体裁为议论文下属的利弊分析类，要分别陈述将大部分时间花在学习上对社会和孩子自身的影响。先交代background information，如：Education, especially children's, is undoubtedly of vital importance to a nation's sustained economic development.
With the increasing proportion of employed workers, whether or not one’s career is his or her whole has become a widely debated topic. While some believe that job is the most crucial element of our life, others maintain that there are many other essential things which are meaningful to us. Given that life is colourful and non-inevitable relationship between success of career and the meaning of life, I strongly disagree that there will be nothing left if we failed to reach the peak of career.
For a start, that many other aspects in life can actually bring fond memories to us. Having good relationship with family members and friends is a flawless illustration. It is not uncommon that many elderly couples live in small and cozy flats, who didn’t really succeed in terms of their careers. However, just because of their pure and long-lasted relationship over the last few decades, they are satisfied and often feel that they are very lucky to meet each other. Similarly, raising a child can also boost parents’ sense of satisfaction and they are more likely to have a meaningful life. It is evident that there are still many factors to determine one’s meaning of life other than career.
Secondly and more importantly, it is illogical to link the extent of success to the worth of life. Imagine a thirty-year old chief executive officer, who whole-heartedly spent everything on his business. He strove a lot and unconcerned with his health at present just because he longed for his delightful life after retirement. However, since his intensive workload and unhealthy lifestyle, he was diagnosed with cancer before entirement. How meaning will you rate of this man’s life? In this case, I would contend that his life should have been more splendid if he spent more time on different aspects, even though he might not succeed in his career. No wonder Bible has that, “What does it profit a man, if he gains the whole world and forfeits his life?”
Having discussed that job is only a part of life and it does not necessarily make one’s life be more meaningful, I firmly disagree that job is everything of life. If all people were more open-minded about their jobs and paid more attention on other stuff in their life, I am confident that they would have more enjoyable experiences which are likely to make their life more interesting and meaningful.