Fri 26th Jun 2009, 07:55
nicely written you have given the rite thoughts towards education. one much sacrifice some thing to get money, nothing comes for free this is world! and education is be the first base for living happy and peaceful life
Originally Posted by coolcure
Fri 26th Jun 2009, 18:06
Work can be done without getting education But the way you do your work is defined by the grade & level of your educational qualification..
Wed 1st Jul 2009, 23:21
I think both are important in the life, I do the same Work hard when the time of work and study hard when time of study,
Originally Posted by devilbatista
It is so hard to live like that
Thu 2nd Jul 2009, 09:35
It's even more important to work smart, so that you are more efficient and get a greater amount of important work done in a shorter space of time. The same applies to study. Do you use study techniques to ensure you get the maximum benefit from your study time?
Originally Posted by gr8ecommmerce
Sat 22nd Aug 2009, 16:59
Well, recently I had to participate in an intriguing test during a presentation from a public speaker at my school. I received a pamphlet detailing four individuals who were unknown to me and their credentials. The public speaker then asked us in two minutes to choose the one that we would hire for our businesses if were were indeed in such position in reality. In the end, the majority of us all chose the person with the highest GPA -- and the college degrees weren't useless either. It goes to show that many people prefer to look at a person's educational prowess before hiring them -- and they most likely would pay less attention to the many other attributes of a person. So, in many ways, education is more important than work for it dictates what type of work you would garner.
Sat 22nd Aug 2009, 21:10
That's an interesting survey result Intelligentsia. The two most important characteristics of successful employees is that they are smart and can get things done. Presumably most of the people in that survey believed that a high GPA was a good indication that the candidate was smart and could get things done.
Do you think the results might have been different if the exercise was carried out outside of a school environment, e.g. in a business workplace?
Sat 22nd Aug 2009, 23:29
I personally do believe that these results would be universal throughout all environments because a person's educational credentials do and should accurately represent and determine the capabilities, intelligence, and how responsible it is to any boss, employer, etc. The GPA clearly is a trustworthy measurement that gauges and is an agent of how smart a person is, but how daresay would a person's academic prowess determine their responsibility? I believe then that you would have to look at its actions towards a university or college -- or unfortunately even at the pedestal of high school. If it drops out of any of those institutions, then it is most likely pretty irresponsible for it established that they are bluntly quitters. It wouldn't be wise to depend on them for many things. (This is in the perspective of someone who would be looking to get hired -- not someone who is looking to be an entrepreneur such as Bill Gates. He wouldn't be looking to please anyone but himself as his own boss through Microsoft, but for the majority of people who are looking to work under a boss, employer, etc., dropping out is a poor sign.) If they do at least persevere through these institutions, however, then moreso can you judge someone's responsibility by how they perform in the classroom. Classroom performance at those stages usually test more than someone's intelligence. It also tests how well a person manages their time, whether they are absent or truant in their attendance, etc., which are all important factors in the subjective value of a person's responsibility. (Whether they can get something done or not) So, in conclusion, while you could observe some other characteristics or qualities of a person, it would be a waste not to study a person's academic excellence for it tells so many facts about a person which you could interpret and incorporate however you want in your decision.
Originally Posted by Fergal
Sun 23rd Aug 2009, 10:09
both is important..just for me education never die, every day every minutes we learn about many things in our life.
Sun 23rd Aug 2009, 15:59
My experience of small business is that the most important factor when recruiting a new employee, is the ability to get the job done. Education is a good indicator of this and it is very helpful to have a good education track record when you find yourself looking for a job. Education is not a difficult load to carry.
Mon 24th Aug 2009, 06:57
Education will always help you in exploring new avenues and paths, it will help you in advancing ahead in your professional growth. Importance of education can not be compensated with any other thing.
Mon 24th Aug 2009, 08:27
Education can't be ignored. Work on the other field is something that you do to earn your living. So both are like equal. You have to get a work as soon as you complete your required education qualification. What's the use of Education if you don't get a job or you are still studying in your old age. Everything has limit and should have limit. So, you have to get a job or work with enough education.
Mon 24th Aug 2009, 09:46
Both are really important but from my point of view, education is more important than work. Why? It is because you can still work after you have finished studying and have a high chances of getting a better and more suitable job for you.
Working before studying greatly loses your interest on studying. I knew someone who works as part time on a fastfood while studying. But instead of continuing her studies, he worked full time. Who would not resist on getting more money on work than just getting a small allowance when you are studying. I don't know if she is still working on that fastfood.
Sat 29th Aug 2009, 04:18
Who is Better than Other Work Or Education?
Can anyone tell me please who is better than Other work or education.
Sat 29th Aug 2009, 05:58
I think work is important then education for me.
Sat 29th Aug 2009, 08:35
no a day's
majority of Indian .....think education is important
what do u feel