Many people say that the only way to guarantee getting a good job is to complete a course of university education. Other claims that it is better to start work after school and gain experience in the world of work. How far do you agree or disagree with the above views?
Today, university education has become a mandatory eligible criterion for almost all sectors, but some people find it hard to accept the fact. They believe students can start doing work after completing their schooling to gain real time experience. I would suggest having college or university studies is must, in order to obtain clear idea about the work life and to acquire in depth knowledge in a particular field of study.
There are many advantages one can get benefit through higher degree education. First of all, students are getting opportunity to simulate the exhibits as available in industry. Secondly, the college syllabus were framed with much more laboratory classes rather than having theory sessions alone as in schools. In addition, there are many chances of having Industrial visits and guest lectures from highly qualified professional from various industry. Moreover, in school education we cannot expect all these facilities to enhance one's knowledge practically.
However, there are people who are successfully handling the things in their work without having any relationship towards college education. Based on their own struggle in real time environment, they might have learnt various activities to sustain in the industry. Nevertheless, such real time experiences perhaps aid them to earn money and gain experience at their early stages. Those gains were overwhelmed after several years and cannot help to find themselves at upper level managerial positions, for which companies are looking for highly qualified degree holders.
Having view on both sides, as a whole it is good to have standard university degree which will always be best choice for students, in order to reach the better position over the period. Though, the school education can provide better foundation for the career start but for the long run.