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Career Development opportunities with freelance work?

on Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:33 pm
Another major issue is that there are fewer career development opportunities if people keep switching from job to job. There has been research that shows that your wages do not go up much over time if you keep doing gigs. Do you think that the variety of skills is really worth it if your pay doesn't go up? Maybe that goes hand in hand with another question--what is the purpose of work? Money? Experiences?
a.ang
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both needed!

on Mon Apr 02, 2018 10:23 am
Both skills and degree are actually required. One wouldn't be of much importance without the other... They actually complement each other rather than contradict. A degree can help you get access to many places and skills can help u rise and have an advantage. It is like how a good grade opens up many doors for you, but yet it is your aptitude that gets you your job and promotion.
tannlynn
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Limited use of skills

on Mon Apr 02, 2018 10:42 am
Skills are definitely useful for jobs and employment in PMET, but it is very limited. With the changing world, PMET staff would need to have a more diverse knowledge and experience, and is something that a degree may be able to provide. If one just focuses on the skills, he or she will be stuck at that particular job and may be eventually replaced.
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