I have a bachelor and masters degree from a local university. I work in a bank.
As time is going by, I am becoming more and more demotivated about my job.
Here I see that university-degree holders are giving services to bank customers and clients. I don't know whether it is because of the neighborhood or not, wealthy people are mostly uneducated and they treat the bank-officers, including myself, as nothing. Also, from our top management, it is being instructed that, employees have to get used to with any kind of misbehavior from the customers and clients whether it is acceptable or not. Our MD told us in seminar that, employees have to digest even a slap from a customer!
After all this, I am confused. At this point in my life I am just flabbergasted. The question that is coming in my mind, "Why do people get educated? Why don't they just engage their entire life to earn money? What is the need for education in this world from a person's point of view?"
Suppose you are a PhD holder from Harvard University. A billionaire, who has a very little or no education but established a business empire, calls you to work as a researcher for his company and he believes in give and take.
What would be your motivation to work as an employee of a man like this?