#1653 Resumes of Children
It's not strange at all with a resume to look for a position. But since when children who get to primary schools and middle schools start to send resumes like applicants? And what the resumes said could embarrass the college students and white-collar workers.
“three good” student, civilized model, the city-level first prize in Official Simplified Characters Contest, district-level honorable mention in Carton Creation Contest…The child is not only learning English, violin, traditional Chinese painting, but also good at roller skating, ice hockey and Kung Fu, and he also read Pilgrimage to the West. I'm wondering how many adults read about this book and totally understand it? For ordinary applicants, there are only two or three pages in their resumes, but resumes of those children who get to middle schools have dozens pages, or even hundreds of pages. They are the results of parents and their several-month work.
The root of this phenomenon is that intensive applying for top schools when entering further education. For parents, if you want to enter into top universities, you have to be admitted into top middle schools. If you want to enter into top middle schools, you have to be admitted into top primary schools. All parents want their children to be in excellent school and have a bright future. In the final analysis, the uneven allocation of educational resources resulted in this phenomenon.