Master Don Juan
- Mar 30, 2019
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Not really.Getting a degree is a form of experience but not a substitute for actual work experience in a given field.
Its pretty much a bunch of theoretical knowledge that they learn you in school and much of it cannot be applied or is used in real life business. As a business owner it takes a lot of time to invest for me/my staff to learn/teach a fresh out of college person before he/she becomes a productive asset to my company so it cost more money than just hire a already experienced person.
A degree in XYZ is worth the in ink of the paper. It tells me as employer that you can finish something. Good!
But it doesn't tell jack if you will get good at it and be a resource for my company.