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How many years job experience would make you feel "good enough" to be an expert?

Hi. I just wonder some people would feel "good enough" to do your job in order to be called as a professional only with a couple of years, on the other hand, some would say their profession needs more than ten years experience to be called the same. How many years at least do you need to have to be called as expert on your job? Is it enough to have only a couple of years? An assistant in various industries, should they be called an expert as well?

Asked By: Betty Benet - 7/26/2008
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Answered By: CRAZY HORSE - 7/26/2008
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you need to be at least 60 to be an expert at anything!
Answered By: the stank monster! - 7/26/2008
 
I'm unemployed, I'd say that you'd have to learn the art of leeching to be called an expert (you know getting money from your parents.... that kinda stuff). Hope this helped
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Answered By: Jagdeep S - 7/26/2008
 
This is a hard one to answer. It depends upon (as you obviously, know) the complexity of the job... More
Answered By: Grannyjill - 7/26/2008
 
I have been in catering for over 25 years. I am what i would call self taught. I went from fish & chip shops to old peoples homes, chocolate factory (bad move - my weight doubled!) to cooking in pubs and managing at a local educational establishment all with out a 'professional' qualification. I have never called... More
Answered By: kittycanteena - 7/26/2008
 
in any job no matter how long you have been there.you are always learning.so to be a expert.you will have to stay in the job all your life.because every job changes.with new things ect ect
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Answered By: Peter O - 7/26/2008
 
It depends on your capacity to learn and the job you are in - A doctor is an expert and takes a clever man many years to be be recognised as an expert in that role - a bricklayer may take fewer years but is still considered an expert... More
Answered By: Knowitall - 7/26/2008
 
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