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More and more young people are choosing to take a gap year between finishing school and starting university. Alternatively, they may decide to take a gap year between graduating from university and starting a career feeling the need for some time out before joining the rat race. Most students see the time as an opportunity to travel. The idea of travelling to as many foreign places as possible appeals greatly.
A large percentage of gap-year students have wealthy parents who can easily subsidze their travel. Others have to save up before they go or look for some forms of employment while travelling. For example, they may works on local farms or in local hotels. By doing so, they not only earn some money, but they are likely to meet local people and acquire some understanding of their culture.
There are some students who choose to work for the whole of their gap year. A number may decide to get work experience, either at home or abroad in an area which they hope to make their career, such as medicine or computers. A large proportion of students are now choosing to work with a charity which arranges voluntary work in various parts of the world. The project provides hands-on experience of a very varied nature, from teaching to helping build roads or dams.
The gap year is not just an adventure. Young people can benefit greatly from encountering new varied experiences and from communication with a wide range of people. Perhaps most important, gap-year students have to learn to stand on their own two feet.
What could be the best title of the passage?
Taking Time Out
Working for Life
Contributing to the Community
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Correct answer: B
B. Dành thời gian ra ngoài