Job’s vs. Education
The controversy between jobs and education has always been out there but now it seems to be more noticeable by the community. Many civilians feel that the best way to persuade a career or job is by becoming an apprentice first, others disagreed and believe that apprenticeships reduce opportunities. Experts also came up with a very logic idea, they say that if America grows bigger in innovation, research and education that there will be more job opportunities fulfill. No one knows for sure which the best path to take is, but I’m sure that all of us want to become successful at the end of the day. (“Innovation, Research…”) (“Apprenticeships Would…”) (“Choosing Not to…”) As you may know many jobs require apprenticeships to enable employers to develop and apply industry standards to training programs for registered apprentices that can increase productivity and improve the quality of the workforce. This programs provide on-the-job training, related classroom instruction, and guaranteed wage structures. The main purpose is to attract and retain more highly qualified employees and improve productivity. Some jobs don’t even require any degree or education, as long as you go through their program and you achieve the requirements you get the job. Which is not a bad idea but it really would not be smart to skip education and just jump to a job like that, because you never know if one day the company runs out of business or they have to move to another country, you’ll most likely be unemployed. It’s always good to have a backup plan just in case. (“Apprenticeships”) “One in six Americans, 17 percent, is underemployed. That’s nearly 25 million people who are out of work, have given up looking, or been forced to take a part time job.” Right now the economy in the U.S isn’t the best, therefore, we the new generation has to come up with some type of new technology or something that will create jobs for the future. It may take a long time to recover (5...
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