Some people think that getting a degree from university is the best way to secure a good job. others believe that employers value work experience more than a university degree. discuss both views and give your opinion?

At some point in their lives, all people face the challenge of entering market hoping to find a great job. However, there is an ongoing debate about what future employers look for, a university education or hands-on-experience. In my opinion, it all depends on the nature of the job one aspires to. Thinking about various occupations, it becomes clear that certain jobs require a university degree in a relevant subject from anyone wants to enter that carrier path. This condition is clearly stated in the job adverts, and for such jobs no amount of work experience can replace a higher education. Examples of such occupation are doctors and engineers. A nurse who has been working in a hospital for ten years will not become a doctor. This is because these professions require highly specialized knowledge that can only be gained through many years of higher education. However, all jobs are not like that. In some industries, work experience seems more valuable than a degree, when I worked in a bank, some of our managers, who have only secondary education, were promoted to top positions because they knew how the department works inside out. They clearly had an advantage over those with a master's degree who had just joined the bank. From this example, it is obvious that some jobs require extensive knowledge of business, ans in such cases employers will favor those with several years of experience over fresh university graduates. In conclusion, it seems there is no single path to getting a great job. While a university degree is a prerequisite for some jobs, work experience may be more important for others. Researching the typical requirements for desired position will help one to make the right choice.
At
some
point in their
lives
, all
people
face the challenge of entering market hoping to find a great job.
However
, there is an ongoing debate about what future employers look for, a university
education
or hands-on-experience. In my opinion, it all depends on the nature of the job one aspires to. Thinking about various occupations, it becomes
clear
that certain jobs require a university degree in a relevant subject from anyone wants to enter that carrier path. This condition is
clearly
stated in the job adverts, and for such jobs no amount of work experience can replace a higher
education
. Examples of such occupation are doctors and engineers. A nurse who has been working in a hospital for ten years will not become a doctor. This is
because
these professions require
highly
specialized knowledge that can
only
be gained
through
many
years of higher
education
.
However
, all jobs are not like that. In
some
industries, work experience seems more valuable than a degree, when I worked in a bank,
some
of our managers, who have
only
secondary
education
,
were promoted
to top positions
because
they knew how the department works inside out. They
clearly
had an advantage over those with a master's degree who had
just
joined
the bank. From this example, it is obvious that
some
jobs require extensive knowledge of business,
ans
in such cases employers will favor those with several years of experience over fresh university graduates.
In conclusion
, it seems there is no single path to getting a great job. While a university degree is a prerequisite for
some
jobs, work experience may be more
important
for others. Researching the typical requirements for desired position will
help
one to
make
the right choice.

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