2 April, 2018, 12:00 am
Rajend Naidu of Sydney, Australia is fully entitled to his opinion about the “lack” of “critical ability” among degree holders in response to my letter (FT 29/3). Donald Singh’s partial support of it probably illustrates our mingling together (FT30/3).
However, my point is the amount of time taken to locate a job (good one) with no degree.
We all got abilities resulting from education some natural ones and it chews money. We all know the difference between a doctor and rubbish collector and what “investment” on human capital means to get them.
One has higher ability and logic with more capital intensive. You can’t expect a “labour intensive job” to be more critical and logical. Someone help!