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The table below are the use of water by four different countries. Make summaries by selecting and reporting the main features. Make comparisons where relevant.
The provided figures give information on the industrial， agricultural and domestic use of water in four different countries，including Egypt， Saudi Arabia， New Zealand and Canada.
In Egypt and Saudi Arabia， the majority of water goes to the agricultural sector，
constituting 82 and 64 respectively. By contrary， domestic water use only account for approximately 10 and industrial water use makes up 10 and 30 respectively in these two countries.
On the other hand， the agricultural use contributes to only 44 and 11 in New Zealand and Canada. On the contrary， these two countries consume more water for industrial purposes （46 and 53） and only less than ten in domestic use （8 and 6）.
Overall， water usages in different sectors vary significantly from country to country. The largest amount of water is used in Egypt and Saudi Arabia is agricultural sector while in Canada and New Zealand it is industry.
Today many young people change their jobs or careers every few years. What do you think are the reasons for this？ Do you think the advantages outweigh its disadvantages？
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It is quite common today for young people to frequently change their jobs in a short period of time. There are several underlying reasons behind such phenomenon and personally， I believe that the negative effects outweigh its positives ones.
Reasons for the youth making swift decisions on taking an alternative job vary. The most intuitive one is that their monthly pay tends to be higher after a shift of company. For example， graduates with one-year work experience in programming are likely to earn double the amount of salary in another company because the whole market is in need of proficient programmers. Another possible reason lies in the fact that some young people seek what their true interest lies through the whole process， unlike the last several generations who intend to seek a stable and life-long job.
It is true that changing jobs with a high frequency brings in quick money and chances to try out. However， almost the same effects can be achieved by staying in the same job for several years if one concentrates on one small field and becomes an expert in this area. This is mainly because the job market is always in need of professionals with top skills and entrepreneurs are more than willing to pay top salaries to such people. Apart from that， instead of constantly shifting jobs， sticking to one area and building interested in it after becoming familiar with the work is another way to find one’s true interest.
In conclusion， even though， changing jobs repeatedly makes it possible for the young to find an entertaining and highly-paid job， it may cause more damage to their future career.