=> There are several reasons why vocational training should be recognized as the key to the workforce supply question. One reason is that vocational schools apply the knowledge into practicality more and more which makes them more applicable rather than theoretical courses. In vocational training courses, students might practice more, thus obtaining a lot of real experiences. Thanks to this, they may work immediately in some businesses. Another reason is that vocational schools have more job opportunities for students. Hence, they might easy it is much easier for them to seek a job just after graduating to meet basic needs and develop quickly in their career . As a result, they might meet basic human needs. Besides the practical benefits mentioned/expressed above, I believe that there are several other reasons why we should focus on vocational courses, particularly in the electrical and water sectors. Firstly, there is a shortage/lack of qualified manual workers in some fields such as electricians and plumbers. The cause of this is due to because that such kinds of works require requires hard-workingand skilledemployeesand these sectorsmight do not attract many young people. Secondly, electricians and plumbers are the main manpower when buildings are constructed, renovated or maintained. Consequently, without this kind of workers, it is a task of
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- Fall '13
- Vocational education