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In the modern world, social status of an individual is decided based on the earnings from his job. This employment directly depends on the courses that the individual opts during his education. Hence people feel that the subject with no direct job prospects serves no purpose in education while there are others who opine differently. However, It is agreed that each course of study has its own importance. This is proved in the following essay by analyzing the unique value offered by courses and the volatile nature of job market
Firstly, each course of study has its unique application in the world. Though not all courses have a visible employment path, but their significance cannot be undermined. For example, courses related to fine arts like languages has no direct out of the college jobs others than in the teaching and translator professions. However the knowledge learnt from these courses can be applied in the real world to start business of their own in any new place. Thus, this shows that even courses with no direct employment have their own significance.
In addition, the job market with its volatile nature cannot be taken as the gauge to judge the importance of a course. For example, in the early 90's the courses of computers had very little job market compared to the government jobs. However this has changed drastically and by the turn of the twentieth century computers courses became very popular. This clearly illustrates the volatile nature of the market and that no course has a guaranteed employment over long period of time.
In conclusion, the value offered by every course is unique and the job market cannot be used as a gauge to measure its importance.