Well, you know, I major in surveying and mapping engineering, so I’d like to be a specialist in this field.What would you like to do in the future,Daniel？ Hmm,a Professional Manager maybe a good choice for me.I think i have the ability to make right decisions at the very time and make the company operate smoothly.Have you had a detailed plan already for your dream，Susan？ A detailed plan? Hmm, I don’t know exactly.
The future is unpredictable and you can never plan it ahead. But in general, after graduation, I may be engaged in some scientific research and work on them as my lifelong enterprise. In fact, I often dream about being a member of a scientific expedition to Antarctica. That must be wonderful! But it requires high qualifications and professional knowledge, so a real practical future plan for me is good good study, day day up.How about you?
I agree with you that diligence is very important.
I will try my best to achieve mastery through a comprehensive study of all the subjects in the next four years in WHU.Also，I will seize all the opportunities to strengthen my ability in management.Besides，When i become a sophomore next year，the double degree about management will under consideration.And why you choose your ideal job?For interests or some other reasons? At the very least, you must make both ends meet, aha?~ and except those material factors, I think personal interests and the sense of fulfilment are also of great importance, right? In addition, I will also consider that whether this job is worth my effort and what value I can create through it.
I choose my ideal job not only just out of my interest,but for mankind.I always consider that interest is the best guide when i choose what to do in my rest life.But this is not the main reason.As Marx said：’If we have chosen the position in life in which we can most of all work for mankind, no burdens can bow us down, because they are sacrifices for the benefit of all; then we shall experience no petty, limited, selfish joy, but our happiness will belong to millions, our deeds will live on quietly but perpetually at work, and over our ashes will be shed the hot tears of noble people.’I will devote my life to working for everyone!