Angielski czytanie 1 matura próbna grudzień 2014 – pierwsze ćwiczenie na rozumienie tekstu czytanego.
Zadanie 4 – czytanie ćwiczenie 1. Język angielski poziom rozszerzony.
Przeczytaj tekst. Dobierz właściwy nagłówek (A–F) do każdej części tekstu (4.1.–4.4.).
Wpisz odpowiednią literę w każdą kratkę.
Uwaga: dwa nagłówki zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej części tekstu.
Wskazówka: Wpisz w odpowiednią literę w odpowiednim polu. Po wpisaniu wszystkich odpowiedzi naciśnij przycisk , który pojawi się później.
|In which paragraph does the author|
|4.1.||suggest that working without getting paid might be beneficial?||b|B()|
|4.2.||mention forms of financial support for university graduates?||c|C()|
|4.3.||quote the number of jobless people in the country?||a|A()|
|4.4.|| refer to a predicted drop in the employment of university leavers in financial
LIFE IN THE HARSH JOB MARKET
A report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) suggests that nearly half of all firms won’t be looking to hire university graduates or school-leavers in the months ahead. The CIPD found that only one in five companies planned to hire 16-year-olds due to leave school. The total unemployment rate in the UK has risen steeply in recent months. It now stands at above two million for the first time in years.
This means financial problems and stiffer competition for jobs. Consequently, young people – who generally enter the job market with little or no work experience – may find it even harder to convince employers to take them on.
Graduates and school-leavers will undoubtedly have to work harder to get themselves into employment. Of those who graduated last year, 5.5% were believed to be unemployed six months later. A study by graduate recruitment researchers High Fliers found that private banking, investment funds and insurance companies were particularly badly affected by the recession. In recent years this sector was a key growth area for jobs, but this year graduate recruitment is expected to halve. However, there are countries round the world not hit by recession, which might offer
employment opportunities or a chance to gain valuable experience through voluntary
work. So graduates and school-leavers shouldn’t constrain themselves to thinking only about the UK.
The Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) has issued a ‘Life after
Graduation’ booklet addressed to all graduates in England. It offers plenty of information on a range of options such as teaching, further study and volunteering. Apart from grants, already available for young people, DIUS is increasing the number of career development loans on offer. The department has also set up a “graduate talent pool” which will link employers with graduates.adapted from www.news.bbc.co.uk