Can you go back a few dozen years and remember how it was to be a child in a house ruled by adults? You were probably full of good intentions, but had to be extremely careful, because there were "minefields" waiting for you everywhere.
Each of us wants to enjoy life to the fullest. We all want to live faster, more conveniently and enjoyably. This is why we possess modern appliances, which make our lives easier. Electric ovens, irons and washing machines are basic equipment, which we can’t live without anymore.
Computers, tablets, mobile phones – they are with us every day. Without them, we practically can’t imagine our life or contacts with others anymore. But that what on one hand was supposed to facilitate our lives, on the other - steals it from us at every turn. The figures are alarming - Canadian children spend about eight hours a day in front of the screen. Whether it is a computer or television, children spend about a third of their days on staring at the screen.
You come over to a friend, and as you step inside you notice a group of beautiful girls. However, you don’t get a chance to really admire them, because your friend gets into a frenzy of showing off his furniture. Sounds like a great comedy script? This is just the description of a spot from BoConcept.
Each of us has big plans after graduating. We want to work in our profession, develop in a particular direction, or simply be good at what we do. However, reality often brings us back down to earth - a lack of experience and certain skills disqualifies us in the labour market. How do we fix this?