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Can the one with knowledge but not experience apply

 
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2003 3:30 am    Post subject: Can the one with knowledge but not experience apply Reply with quote

In moment , knowledge is most important for everybody . I know it but I think experience is important same as knowledge . Someone has great grade in the university and finished graduate . But In work he doesn't any skill for work . Because he hasn't experience for work . He spends all time for many books . I would like to tell you that experience is important for work ( don't less than knowledge ) . But most Thai university didn't interest it . Point of grade don't calculate skill of human . Do you think so ?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2003 6:00 am    Post subject: Re: Can the one with knowledge but not experience a Reply with quote

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In moment , knowledge is most important for everybody . I know it but I think experience is important same as knowledge . Someone has great grade in the university and finished graduate . But In work he doesn't any skill for work . Because he hasn't experience for work . He spends all time for many books . I would like to tell you that experience is important for work ( don't less than knowledge ) . But most Thai university didn't interest it . Point of grade don't calculate skill of human . Do you think so ?


The interest of the universities mostly relies on firms- the demanders of labor, who are willing to pay more for the highly educated, in the belief that highly educated workers have more output than less educated workers. Bookworms, although have less or no experience for the work, are considered to have more human capital which the demanders would like to invest in to raise productivity in the future.

Experience is as important as knowledge. However, college graduates in the United States on average can earn about twice as much as those worker who end their education with high school diploma. Reality bites.
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