More and more of us are attending graduate school. In turn, less and less of us are getting practical experience in the field. Is striving for classroom knowledge impeding our cultivation of wisdom?
Rosetta Thurman, focused on leadership, nonprofits and socially responsible business, weighs possible benefits and detriments experienced when our single path diverges into two: graduate school or practical experience. Continued schooling fine tunes our specialization. Experience in the work force encourages responsibility, resilience and maturity. Either path we chose, how do we use our talents on a benevolent way? By gaining knowledge and wisdom, how do we continue to grow in our faith?