Discuss the statement “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know, that’s important” true, and if it is , fair?

In many instances in our day to day life we experience that when we have people whom we know it does not matter if we have knowledge on the subject or not. Things get done through influence. This statement is very true but not fair. When knowledge needs to be given importance we are preferring influence and this might not give better results in the end. What we know needs to be seen so that we get worthy people and things get done.

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