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The economy is in a dismal state, universities are suffering from cutbacks, and many students must turn to any source of funds available if they are to make ends meet. Faced with this situation, the university has terminated the employment of some of its more productive workers. Why? University regulations prohibit a student’s receiving financial aid and then working for an auxiliary income that exceeds a specified limit. Employees whose incomes had reached that limit were terminated. Now, the university must find other employees. Unfortunately, though, the university’s choice of students to fill the positions will not be based upon their abilities to perform, or even upon their financial need, but upon how much money they have made.
Which one of the following is the best statement or the primary point of the passage?
(A) Good student-employees should be able to obtain financial aid and, at the same time, earn auxiliary incomes without limits.
(B)In the face of a declining economy, universities need to be more lenient in their financial aid policies.
(C)University departments must adhere to the university’s regulations.
(D)Decisions about student employment should be based entirely upon each student’s financial need.
(E) Due to the problems created by a dismal economy, some student-workers have lost their jobs.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞