19 Feb '12, 4am

"Ex-NUS Graduate: “I’m a failed product of our meritocratic educational system”"

I just want to make a couple of observations about what Mr. Chua has written. Firstly, he graduated with a business degree. I don’t want to give the impression that I’m looking down on business degrees and their equivalents but these are not widely considered to be all that rigorous, as compared to say degrees in engineering or the hard sciences. To me this could be a reason why he is finding it hard to get employment. I guess one could say he made a rather unfortunate educational choice and paid the price. But you know, this sort of thing happens everywhere; you have to choose wisely when investing in your education. Lots of friends from my batch chose to study electrical engineering but eventually went into management. No doubt many of them did postgrad MBAs but their initial degrees were highly technical. My opinion is that people should go for the most challenging init...

Full article: http://www.transitioning.org/2011/01/23/ex-nus-graduate-i...

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