Education Versus job opportunities La everyone’s opinion should be respected, but when one writes assumes the consequences and you must accept criticism, truth; This is why I write these lines and it is worth to say openly that I not receive communion with the comment that a respectable professional of a Colombian University, self-styled mancapineda1 juanhilario published in the newspaper Vanguardia Liberal in the city of Bucaramanga on October 10, 2009, where verbatim says the wage remuneration of Colombian professionals, some atrocities that I transcribe below: That SENA this training little people accustomed to winning 100000 collecting markets in laa square train them and then come out doing things similar to the professionals, but as for training them valio + 50000 per semester; because pay them up to learn then my career at the Teatro me valio over 80 million while a seine le valio nothing and besides gave him silver and when they go to look for work I as engineer collecting a salary moderately well 1800000 while than a chichipatoo of those accustomed to winning 100000 charging markets given away by 600000 then save firms are engaged in one of those and go training. That chimba country should eliminate all of that. To consider having nothing of gifts in a few years we will be medicotaxis, ingehamburqueseros… Obvious to me aparto completely so mediocre as this opinion.I dare say without fear to be wrong to the point of view of this character, it is the way more biased and contrary to social values that any citizen moderately thinking can formulate. According to this brilliant theory, job opportunities and wage remuneration must correspond to the money paid for the title and not to the capacities and skills developed by each person.
Such theory can only leave an empty skull. I do not even imagine a country ruled by a race of that ilk!… God forgive me but that if no submission, knowing is written by a person who presumes to have a highly prized title. I hope that in our country all education free outside so that all social sectors can access knowledge and with this training to be able to climb the social ladder and with this all be able to contribute to the economy of the country; rather than continue watching that poor is doomed to develop the most unworthy and lower paid jobs. I am among those who think that education is, if not the only, if the most effective medium that has any human being and therefore every society, to fight against inequality and with this, against hunger and poor quality of life.