Some graduates prefer to travel for a year between graduation and gaining full time employment. Discuss the advantages and the disadvantages of this
People generally like to wonder and ponder over the creative art of God, some engage into this by traveling, visiting odd places or even taking adventures trip round the globe. However traveling for a year after successfully graduating from a school before gaining full time, employment has both its merits and demerits. In this essay, I will employ some salient supporting points to elucidate the benefits and otherwise of the aforementioned view.
One of the major advantages of traveling for a year sequel to gaining full time job would be that it provides the grandaunt (s) the opportunity to gain the required exposure and subsequently experience to work better when hired for an employment. Every company, job roles and even job details will be better handled if the employee have some level of not just educational knowledge but experience and certain work-related information gained from visiting places, people, businesses and even sight-seeing. This will obviously give the person an edge over others when finally employed into full time job. Take for instance, it is rumored that the famous Albert Einstein left school, traveled to a nearby city for nearly three (3) years for personally scientific researches and analysis of several hypothesis before venturing fully into full scale scientific inventions. It is therefore crystal clear that traveling for a year after graduation would be of immense benefits to some people before going into full time job.
On the other hand, the adverse effect of traveling for a year between graduation and gaining full time employment would be the possibility of not remembering what one must have learnt before graduation. It is a well-accepted fact in physical science that anything “one is able to repeat seven times, sticks to the person”, if this is true, it could also explain the reason why some grandaunts tends to forget what they have studied while in school when abandoned for a period of time especially for a year-gap. Consequent upon this, traveling for a year before entering full time job will not only be disastrous but certainly retrogressive and uncalled for especially for people who studied courses relating to mathematics and statistics.
In conclusion some people will decides to travel for a year after graduation before gaining full time job, however they also be ready to bear the losses or gains arising from such decision as enumerated in this essay.