With the job market experiencing a changing socio-economic dynamics, the working environment has become very competitive and stringent on performance. This then begs the question, what do potential employers favour, education or experience?…
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Would an individual with extensive experience in a certain field have an advantage over another who has passed through the ranks of higher education with exemplary grades or vice versa? Careers are solely served by experience since people with experience will take off quickly on the job and become company asset from the very onset. Work experience is a priceless asset that demonstrates one’s enthusiasm, knowledge and skills for a particular job. It is thus clear that employers prefer experience to education in recruiting employees since the former take on-board experienced talent that contributes to productivity of organisations from the first day. Today’s job market features people who are either book-smart from academia or those who have real work experience. In rare cases one will find job seekers who are well rounded in both fields and hence when hiring, the employer has to narrow down on the best candidate to fit the job description. When an individual is well educated it means that he has succeeded in academia and his knowledge opens opportunities for him. A degree from a top institution opens doors simply through reputation and it signifies that the graduate studied under well-trained lecturers and immersed oneself in a particular discipline; obtaining a broad set of educational skills and expertise in that field. A higher degree is a show that a graduate possesses a particular set of skills that has the ability to be translated into work skills. Whilst, working experience is a proof to the employer that the potential employee has real-work skills and experience. A college degree is only helpful in understanding theories in the work place but practical realities of a certain job are only attained at work. “Higher Education only proves you can succeed in academia, not in a real-world job” (Mueller 1), and this indicates that experience is preferred to education in jobs market. In today’s competitive job market the employers are lowering fresh hiring in favour of candidates who have work-experience, and often prefer “...to take on-board experienced talent who can contribute to their productivity from the first day” (Saha 1). This is influenced by several factors; working experience provides exposure that is much needed in the working environment. The working environment is characterised by multiple situations, circumstances, variables, problems and their suitable solutions and therefore an experienced hand has an advantage in dealing with the various work-related issues. Exposure gives the employee the ability to predict and foresee future variances and hence able to make adjustments to prevent adverse variances, therefore forming a great advantage. Furthermore, working experience provide one with a huge sense of interpersonal compatibility by building better interpersonal skills. This is built by having worked with different groups of people who emerge from varied backgrounds, abilities and experiences; at the same time ensuring working together to direct their efforts to get the work done successfully. Experienced talent is majorly accompanied with the knowledge of interacting with different profile of people both on a domestic and world level. Experience promotes one’s understanding of synergy in achieving a unified goal and teaches one that best results are hardly achieved in solitude; but in integration which pools different expertise to achieve best results at work (Saha). In addition, experienced talent has a multi-skill capability that adds value to an individual as he presents himself for a job opportunity. The multi-skill capability is gained over a long period of time as one is involved in doing different roles; adding an advantage as one applies for a job.
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