Experienced Jack-of-all-trades (vs) book educated: Who would you hire?
That definitely depends on the subject -- construction, I'd def. take the experienced one.
For me experience will almost always trump theory. It certainly depends on the job but the Jack of all trades, in most circumstances, will be money well spent.
I can't imagine a field that I would hire a book educated over a jack of all trades. The Jack of all trades gets my vote!
Jack will always win! But don't drop out just because I said that!
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