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The shelf-life of your diploma

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I can remember how we remarked about all the things we need to learn while we were in school. And for some of us, we can’t help wonder how the lessons are becoming irrelevant by the time we graduate from college.

And it doesn’t make sense anymore to solely rely on all the things you’ve learned from college when you can now access information on-demand.

So, yes. All the knowledge you acquired may become outdated by the time you graduate. That’s why it’s so important, that in the age of information, you keep on learning.

There’s no way around it; keep yourself relevant by keeping your skills up-to-date.

Learning something for the first time is initially difficult (and even painful) but the effort you’ve put in will eventually pay for itself in the end.

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