You should say:
- Where you would like to work
- What kind of job would it be
- When would you like to go
- Why you want to work there
● I am planning to go abroad for my higher studies.
● My dream country for my further studies is Canada.
● I would like to work there for the time that I am there.
● I have heard that students can work part time while studying over there.
● My friend went to Humber College Canada for his Business Management course.
● He told me a lot about the education system there.
● He is working part time in a pizza outlet.
● He gets 10 Canadian dollars an hour.
● He can work 20 hours per week but he can be flexible with the number of hours he can work per day.
● So he works 5 hours on Saturday and 5 on Sunday and two hours per day on weekdays.
● In this way his study is not disturbed.
● He is managing his overhead expenses very nicely.
● I intend to join him soon.
● He has promised to help me find a job there.
● I would like to work in the library.
● Part time jobs in the library get filled up very fast.
● If I don’t get a job in the library, I would like to work in a restaurant or a fast food outlet.
● I think it would be a very good way to learn about the culture and to meet new people and make new friends.
● Canada is a beautiful country.
● My friend is in Toronto and he has told me that he has visited many places there.
● He told me about the CN Tower and the Niagara Falls.
● So, I would definitely like to work in Canada for a short time
Part 3 – Follow Up Questions
1. What kinds of jobs are easy to get in a foreign country?
My cousin who lives in Canada tells me that there are many jobs that are easy to get for students studying there. The most common ones are the jobs in restaurants or fast food outlets like McDonald’s, Burger King, Subway, and those in the college campus itself, like jobs in the library, etc.
2. Should young adults work abroad?
Yes, young adults should work abroad because of several reasons like, taking care of their overhead expenses, taking the financial burden off their parents’ shoulders, they become more independent and responsible and they gain experience about the work culture, which would help them in their future. It is also a good way to learn about the culture of that country and to meet new people and make friends.
1. If they don’t work abroad, would it be helpful for them to travel in a foreign country?
2. Yes, travelling is definitely helpful. They would come to know about the culture, meet new people, see new places, and make new connections. However, if they don’t work, they may not be able to afford travelling.
3. Do Indian parents encourage their children to work abroad?
Yes, Indian parents encourage their children to work abroad. They prepare their children well before they travel abroad, about the situations and hardships they may have to face and the importance of working while studying there, so that they can cover their expenses and also gain work experience.
4. If you had an opportunity to live abroad, which country would you like to settle down in?
If I have an opportunity to live abroad, I would like to settle in a developed country, like Canada, Australia, the USA, etc. I have heard form my friends and relatives living abroad that life there is very comfortable, with better facilities and infrastructure. They also tell me that the standard living is very high there, as compared to India. Also, there are a lot of job opportunities available there.
5. Would you like to live in a developed city with a high salary but with polluted air?
If I am in dire need of money for my family, I would go for it, but otherwise I would avoid it. I would use a face mask to filter the polluted air. I would also avoid taking my family there with me.
6. Would you like to live alone or share a room with others?
This would also depend on my financial condition. If sharing a room would save me money, I would share, otherwise, living alone would give me more privacy and independence.