Working Experience is More Important than Education
It's been a question that society has debated for a long time. Does education or work experience provide the most benefits and therefore hold more importance for children and society as a whole? Many people believe that it's the most important for children to spend time becoming highly educated so that they can obtain great jobs. Others believe that children and adults should gain work experience instead because this will lead to better jobs. Both sides have their benefits and their support. However it's the goal of this paper to inform that work experience plays a larger, and more important role in the ability of children to grow and adults to locate a job upon their graduation or through searches later in life. Over the past hundred years, our opinions on the importance of educating our children have grown. We've come to believe that education is more important than experience in the work field and have decided that children should not be subject to internships and learning to complete actual real world work until later in life. This, is a problem on the behalf of our society because work experience should most definitely be considered the more important choice. It will lead to smarter children, better workers, and increased productivity for the business world. If you happen to look even further back in time than those last hundred years, you will find that in our history, society felt it was far more important for children to know how to complete a job in practice as they grew into adulthood than for them to attend a schoolhouse. This is evidenced by the number of children and teens that were placed in apprenticeships as soon as they were considered old enough to learn. Parents spent less time sending their children to school where they were given bookwork because they felt it was not as important for their children to learn these things. This means that the people in our history had a better grasp on the...
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