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“Young people also need to be exposed to more career options earlier, and set end goals for their education so they can get the right practical experience” says Shirin Khamisa, founder of career and counseling service Careers By Design.

“We pass on that just going to college or university is enough,” she says. “It isn’t.”

“When people graduate they need to understand the world of work and industry and not just the academic world.” …

View full education article at http://www.thestar.com/business/2012/02/24/post_secondary_education_who_cares_about_length_of_study_what_about_work_experience.html