In today_s job market, it is far more important to have practical skills than theoretical knowledge. In the future, job applicants may not need any formal qualifications. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Tertiary education has become a matter of concern in recent years. The issue of whether

this

is preferable compared to vocational courses remains a source of controversy. While there is a strong case for the latter viewpoint, I am more inclined to the view that job seekers will still be required academic degrees in the future.

On the one hand, there are various reasons why many people agree that the latter approach is conductive to a student. It stands to reason that practical skills are prioritised in the new era as they are

applicable

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applied

to almost every aspect of life.

For example

, plumbers and electricians

plays

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play

a vital role whenever there is a problem

corrolated

mutually related
correlated

to water or electricity system. Alternatively, practical skills

such

as computer literacy are easy to learn in a short period of time as vocational training courses can provide its students with these

competences

the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually
competencies

within a year.

Consequently

, they can earn a lot of job opportunities after achieving license to work.

On the other hand

, I would advocate with those who contend that academic

knowledge

would be far more important than the aforementioned pathway.

Firstly

, it is fair to say that certain professions do require theoretical

knowledge

only obtained through university or college programs,

corrolating

to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation
correlating

to the fact that learners will have to get relevant degrees to prove themselves as qualified workers.

For instance

, any person who

aspire

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aspires

to become

lawyer

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a lawyer

or doctor must have

expertical

knowledge

which

require

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requires

higher education. Another rationale would be that university education

also

opens the door to well-paid jobs. In others words, bachelor or master degree holders are much more welcome by employers.

In conclusion,

although

practical skills benefit people as manual workers, I am more inclined to the acquisition of pure

knowledge

and undergraduate study.

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