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Is it an irrefutable fact that in today's job market IT is imperative to have qualifications, or conversely, are practical skills more relevant? There are divergent views on this matter.
On the one hand, there is no denying the fact that when we attend university we learn a great deal. Not only do we learn about the field we are interested in, but the curriculA also have general subjects that can be employed in a job such as computing, accountING, languages, just to mention but a few. In addition, seldom do we see a student who does not increase his professional networks, inasmuch as he interact with his classmates as well as his teachers. Should he have a setback at work, he can ask for advice to them.
Having said that, it stands to reason that if we do not put our knowledge into practice it will be in vain to have spend several years studying. It is for this reason that many universities require that students participate in internships in companies before graduating. What happens when students take part of such practices is that they acknowledge how things really work in a company. For instance, a student to have misgivings about the functioning of a machine, he could consult his co-worker. Furthermore, people who have neither experience nor any kind of practices, would strive to get a position.
On balance, I would say that there is no doubt that both knowledge and practical skills are of pivotal importance and under no circumstances should we discard qualifications. From my standpoint, the more knowledge and experience an employee has, the higher the likelihood of him climbing the ladder.

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