How much education is enough

@jmafofo (359)
South Africa
September 28, 2006 1:15pm CST
Does it make sense to spend your hole life being a perpetual student and not getting returns on your investment in time? What do you guys think
1 response
@vipul20044 (5798)
• India
8 Oct 06
Education aint a curse There is no bound for it! You can keep on studying and yes! The more you study the greater results it will yield! You say education is curse then what is the negative effect it has give to you?? If you say it has ruined your life cumon You mustve had done that not education!
@jmafofo (359)
• South Africa
9 Oct 06
As a science student once you enrol for undergraduate it becomes a one way highway to postgrad because science jobs are scarce in Africa. You push yourself to MSc and discover that employers in the private sector think you are overqualified and you do not have a choice but to go to PhD. At that point you either have to be a lecturer or a perpetual postdoc until something happens that will change your fortunes. I don't know about other continents but in Africa with science education you condemn yourself to being the last every time. You take long in Varsity, when you finally finish if you are lucky to get a job it pays less and the streetsmart guys who never went to school will be making more than your monthly salary in a week. You often have the barest minimums in everything just enough to survive.