Succeding Without Formal Terry Marsh

Formal education stimulates the process of individualized thinking and encourages the development of discipline. Combined with specialized career training, these qualities better prepare those entering the workforce and represents what employers may be seeking in new employees. But, formal education is not a guaranteed factor in determining future job performance, and when excluding criteria such as the life experiences and previous employment of those without formal education, employers may be overlooking more qualified candidates when hiring or promoting.

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