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Old 11-23-2017, 10:56 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Utrommaniac View Post
The trouble with that the majority of jobs in America now require a college education.
Well maybe that's just the problem, either the HR departments are worried about the type/amount of sheepskins or the amount of past experience/history one has, if it's not one it's the other. The point is they spend too much time focusing on a person's profile than if the person can actually do the job or not, maybe it's their priorities that need to change. And no matter how many sheepskins one has under their belt, or none at all, either way they have to start from the bottom & work their way up.
My belief, many (governments included) should stop spending so much on non-applicable formalized ed altogether, and focus more on training programs.
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