Thank Mr. Williams for inviting me back.
I'd love to share with you my life experiences after graduation.
Well, I graduated from here in 2001.
When I was thrown into the job market, finding a job was not difficult.
Most of my classmates found good jobs in big cities.
If I were born a decade later, things might have been totally different.
I finally accepted a job with my current employer, and now work as a translator.
I won't say my job is not demanding.
Sometimes I'm kept very busy working late into the night.
And I also have to travel to other cities to attend some conferences several times a year.
But I must admit, I'm happy with what I'm doing, which is related to what I learned at university.
That's why I haven't changed jobs for the last decade and a half.
In recent years, I have been thinking about trying other things, such as running a coffee shop or a bookstore.
But I haven't really set out to do that because any decision I make might create challenges for my family.
I got married five years after I left college.
For me, family comes first.
Today, you college students are facing a totally different time from what we were presented with ten years ago.
Obviously, there are difficulties, but chances exist, and you'll have hope of leading a successful life.