What is more important for the employer experience or level of education?
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Answered on November 22, 2014 15:23
With experience it turns out some kind of vicious circle. After graduation, you need somewhere to gain practical experience, and most employers are looking for experienced professionals. If there is no notorious “cronyism” for a young graduate of a university or a technical school it is very difficult to find a job in a specialty. We have to agree to the minimum wage and other slave conditions. On the other hand, now without a higher education, no decent company will be hired. Therefore, many are educated purely for a “tick.” Personally, I had to feverishly acquire a higher education at the age of 40 in order not to be reduced from work, although my experience was more than 15 years.