Education is thought by some to be the best way to get a good job. On the other hand, other people think that getting experience and developing soft skills is more important.
Discuss both sides and give your opinion.
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People have different views about the most important factor in finding a decent job. While both attitudes have their own merits and demerits, I strongly believe that education plays a paramount role in determining one’s future career; therefore, it is substantial to have proper education in order to get a suitable job.
Education has become an increasingly absolute necessity in every field of work, largely because technology and science have both penetrated so much in every aspect of human’s life that has made every single job to need specialized skills. In order to achieve greatness in a particular field – whether it be in arts, sciences, or politics – any individual must have relevant expert knowledge as well as other practical experiences. Having a good educational background brings a broad spectrum of opportunities with which everyone can pave their way towards wealth and social advancement, whereas not having a university degree does not leave you many choices to choose a desired career, nor does it help you with your social class. Besides, the best way for employers to ensure the ability and dexterity of their employees is through evaluation of their workers’ academic qualifications; they cannot merely rely on the experience of individuals for selecting them when they are applying for a new job.
On the other hand, there are some people speaking in support of the crucial importance of experience development over educational qualifications to achieve success in every occupation. It goes without saying that many practical skills and valuable experiences, such as team work, oral eloquence, and mental creativity are unteachable or very difficult to teach; they cannot be easily taught by academic approaches and they are more likely to achieve through social interactions in real work environments. A further point is that it might not be possible for everyone to pursue an academic life in order to obtain a tertiary degree due to financial or other kinds of problems, but they still have the right to a decent living and this can only be achieved through a suitable vocation.
To sum up, both having good education and enhancing experiences and social skills by any means have their own privileges, but in my point of view, to have a proper and practical education has a greater role in finding the right job for each individual.
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