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April 20, 2009


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B Smith @ Education 2.0

I can't agree more with your views on the source of the education. Unless you plan on being an investment banker (or something similar) employers just don't care. What they want to know is how well you will fit into their organization and if you can do the job. For this they look to your past performance, not your degree.

Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan of education and continuous learning. I just view it from two perspectives:
What I get to learn.
Getting the maximum education for the lowest cost (time and money)

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