学位与能力(academic degrees and human skills).doc
学位与能力(Academic Degrees and Human Skills)
students compete to get into the best universities in the belief that the degrees will give them a slight advantage in the job market when they graduate. a degree is regarded as proof that someone has a good education. therefore, some people regard diploma(毕业证)as a passport to an ideal job.
but a degree cannot be regarded as the only proof that someone has all the necessary skills. people with good human skills can manage relationships and are prepared to take responsibility. when students start university, academic degrees look certain to success. by contrast, degrees can appear much less useful, if graduates lack in human skills.clearly, people with high academic degrees and good human skills will have a passport to an ideal job. people`s performance shapes their benefits. remember, it takes students years to pursue academic degrees, while it takes graduates lifetime to acquire human skills.