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"From the outside, at least, it seems to me that the German tradition is to educate people for their work, that is offer in-house training, which is specific and work related. In the UK the 'stupid' aspiration is for 50% to be sent to university, with no, or very little, work specific training. Perhaps this is why German industry, as whole, is superior to that in the UK."
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