Re: [Histonet] Re: My 2 cents
I said it once and I'll say it again, everyone keeps talking about
"going back" and getting an education. . what about the ones coming in
with a degree? Is my education not worth something from the beginning?
Am I not as good a tech or employee if I haven't paid someone an arm
and a leg to take a "test" to say I am proficient at my job? A lot
of people are good at taking "tests" but are horrible at their job!
And a lot of people are horrible test takers, but are some of the most
valuable employees I have seen. Where's the line? Where's the
> Responding to the initial email... MY point was...2 degrees are not
> Cazares, Ruth wrote:
> >It is those people that are inquisitive, demanding and ambitious
> >will in fact go back to school seeking a degree. It is because they
> >wish to better themselves that they will find the time for even one
> >class at a time, juggling jobs, family and other responsibilities.
> >There are many of us out there, and yes, it may take us 10 years or
> >going part time, but we did it. And so can others.
> >Ruth Cazares
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