Relationship between higher education and professional competence
Although most professions require some degree of higher education, a person's zeal, passion, loyalty, and commitment to their profession is what make them competent, content, and competitive within their profession. Bottom line, you need both (higher education and professional competence) in most instances; but your degree does not validate your competence; it only substantiates your credentials for the profession.
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