In today's job market it is far more important to have practical skills than theoretical knowalage . In the future, job applicants may not need any formal qualifications

Some people think that having practical skills is vital rather than obtaining an academic
degree
nowadays and employees may not need any academic
degree
in the future. I party
disagree
Suggestion
disagrees
with
this
assertion. On the one hand, having
parctical
concerned with actual use or practice
practical
skills is very essential for
job
markets
nowaday
the period of time that is happening now; any continuous stretch of time including the moment of speech
nowadays
because the
persentage
a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred)
percentage
percentages
of productive work can be
incrased
made greater in size or amount or degree
increased
by
skillful
workers.
Moreover
, most of people will not spend
thire
of them or themselves
their
time on studying for years, if employers do not ask academic qualifications. In spite of the arguments above, I disagree that employees may not need any formal
degree
in the future since I believe that well-known companies not only practical skills but
also
an academic qualification require.
That is
way
the cause or intention underlying an action or situation, especially in the phrase 'the whys and wherefores'
why
people
also
need to apply for formal
dagrees
a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
degrees
and
leran
gain knowledge or skills
learn
theoretical knowledge in order to get a good
job
.
In addition
, if
job
applicants have academic qualifications, they can get a lot of opportunities like promotion and earning a higher salary. By the way, employers value education over experience in vocational fields In conclusion,
although
some people agreed that
job
applicants may not need any academic
degree
in the future, I think that employers will require formal qualifications
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