Identify errors in the following passage and type the correct answers in the error boxes #1-5.
There is no obvious logic in having super talented individuals, instead society should lean themselves towards making specialised individuals in their selected fields. Most modern careers require expertise knowledge and skills, which can take years to acquired. We should not distract a student from developing skills in whatever selected field he or she has chosen to specialise in. After all, when you see a doctor or unemployed an engineer, you are not interested in how “well-rounded” they are, just in whether they are good at their job. And the Prime Minister does not play soccer or tango in the House of the Commons; therefore they do not require such skills as part of their formality education.