Are Credentials Still Relevant ?

Many years ago when i was in college, my dream is to have good result and further my education which enhances my certificates. Many parent believes an ambitious young man will always strive for credentials to secure a future.
are credentials still reliable

Little i had known that acquiring school certificate do not guarantee good job, good money, riches, money making ideas, fat pay check but professionalism and specialization. Our school system does not teach how to become an entrepreneur, how to make money, investing, Business and to sharpen one's skills.

Nowadays, Going to school to not guarantee the measurement of an individual based on the educational
system of the country. If you cannot make your credential better by getting extremely high grade, then it makes no sense to waste time on it any more.

Developed countries like U.S.A, UK, Germany, China all rely less on credentials but the creativity and effort of an individual to deliver and invent meaningful things. According to Forbes, the richest Billionaire in the world are not even the learned but those with high intelligent.

The likes of Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Lionel Messi, etc are world influential people but work with their intelligence. There's been a case of unemployment globally and many people are gradually starting small Business or becoming successful Entrepreneur

Please am not writing to condemn any one or  trying to bring down the educational values but encourage people to bring out the best in them.

Unemployment will be a big issue in this country with the high increase in the population whereas no jobs are readily available for graduate. Instead, let bring out the idea in us and be successful with our skills. But if credentials is going to work, then it must be very excellent.

Keep your Fingers cross for more post on this issue where we share experience how to help each other.


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