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Image credit   Every employer wants to have an employee who will be an asset to the company. That’s when Education and experience become the most critical factors in choosing the best employee for the job. During the interview process, employers normally seek candidates who have good education and also have great experience that suits the job opening. But what is more important? Education or experience? In this...