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'Không nên phân biệt bằng đại học và tại chức vì tri thức giống nhau'

You have the knowledge that if you do not know whether or not to apply, there is almost no knowledge. . "Roadside robbery" takes place daily in the Vietnamese way, causing the inhibition of the law, the right lane, and the cause of the jam … In the European countries also have the form of "in-service training" and also There is no distinction between formal qualifications. Forms of training include: distance learning (learning at home and buying materials, instructional tape of the school), as well as learning (to accumulate tuition fees, accumulate enough to continue learning), training Degree 2 (already have a college degree, want to study one more). They do not discriminate because every training system has to study and perform the same, only different at the time of continuous learning or not. With periods of continuous study, they divided the training into many credits, get enough credits to graduate, no interest how long, how many retests. In our country, for formal university examinations need to have enough benchmarks … But in-service training is not limited number. So what? I have both regular and non-formal qualifications. I have to take second qualification as a job requirement – to manage and manage hundreds of employees. The qualifications of formal qualifications are nothing to discuss, but the management experience of hundreds of employees is the number 0. I have no idea that teachers do not make you, do not have the experience to carry a pair of school. Whoever teaches how easy they learn, I think what happens in the real world without thinking of the solution, then ask where to place. Many questions the teacher can not answer right away, both teachers and students to the cafe debate all the time. From my in-service experience, I experience something. (Do not dare to receive a salary of 100 million) First: Knowledge regardless of formal or non-formal. If you have knowledge that you do not know how to apply or do not have conditions to apply, then there is almost no knowledge. This is almost an inherent characteristic of all state agencies in general. They recruit staff with college degrees but barely care about the specialty of the degree. It is also economics, but management, accounting, production organization, marketing … are different majors. Ask students to do professional work does not involve "how" quality? Second: University knowledge is just the foundation, which can be applied everywhere in general. However, in practice each place must have its own method of application. To work out this particular method, people have to work at least 6 months (familiar, familiar, familiarity of the industry, familiar situations arise …). Keeping up with the work or not is still a question mark. Third: Misrepresentation of personnel is not a fault of the human resources department. They are in charge of recruiting and managing all employees by administrative means. They do not have the right to hand over anything, because it is the job of the director, the head of the department, the head of the business. I have 10 years working for a public company, 15 years working for a private company. State company appoints the wrong person. A small private company requires people to be "versatile" to know what to do. Only a large private company has an accurate appointment. In short, the training system is the same, depending on the attitude of the learner. Regular education that the attitude is not good is not equal to "in office" but the attitude of learning well. The value of a diploma depends on the appointment of a qualified professional. People are more experienced, more competent, not in the degree. Junior is just the starting point, whoever finish first (success) depends on how he uses it. Share your article here. New graduates have the right to ask for a thousand dollar salary. 'Do not bring Bill Gates out to denigrate college graduates.'