61. Subject which will lead to better job or subject which you are interested.
62. 賺錢的工作還是personal satisfaction高的工作
I agree with that one should choose a major that suits his/her interests. First of all, if you force yourself learn something you don’t like, than you can’t be fully devoted to learn it well and may even feel boring. As a result, it will low your study efficiency and can’t prepare you very well for future development. Furthermore, the demand of job market definitely changes more frequently than your interests do. You may find a job popular after you graduate, although it may receive poor recognition by the society when you entered college. So it’s wise to choose a major you are interested in.
63. Take a long vacation or several short vacations in a year?
I support the idea of students having several short vacations throughout a year. Firstly, short vacations are a great relaxation after busy final exams. We can be with family, visit friends, go to concerts and do many other things besides classes. Furthermore, students wouldn’t forget what they have learned and will be more focused on their classes when they return to school if their vacation time is divided up throughout the year. And I also think short vacations are safe for students who have a travel plan. So I find many advantages of short vacations compared with a longer one.
I prefer to take my time and enjoy the scenery along the way. Firstly, there can be some surprisingly beautiful sights on the way, and I don’t want to miss it. It can be even better than my destination. In addition, trip is a way of relaxation instead of a job. So you don’t need to rush yourself, otherwise I may already feel tired when I get to my destination. I’d like to relax from the moment I set out. So, that’s my reason for sight-seeing along the way.