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Writing Task 2: Responding to Survey Questions

Read the following information.

Your university is conducting survey to know how many work hours should be permitted to students in a week time. The University has sent out an opinion survey to see what students think about it.

Weekly working hours for Students :

Option A: Less than 15 hours per week in a single job.
Option B: More than 20 hours per week with all multiple jobs hours added.

I would like to opine in favour of option A which is to have less than 15 hours per week in a single job as it seems a far better and convincing choice than the other. Though having more than 20 hours per week with all multiple job hours added is equally appealing, I would present a couple of reasons to substantiate my argument. There are two main reasons why option A is more advantageous than option B. First; it reduces stress for students; students don't have to work multiple jobs. For example, students can have time to work on flexible hours and focus on their academics. Secondly, it reduces undivided attention with university work and their working hours. Indeed, students working short hours and a single job have been increasingly performing well in school in the 2000s. Considering these reasons, I believe that students should work less than 15 hours per week in a single job is more worthy than students should with 20 hours per week with all multiple job hours added.