Posted August 09, 2013 by

Hiring for Entry Level Jobs? Why Less Education Doesn’t Necessarily Equal Less Qualified Candidates

For employers who strongly consider education when hiring for entry level jobs and other positions, the following post explains why having less education doesn’t necessarily equal less qualified candidates.

Dear Hiring Managers: You are in a difficult position—we get it. You have a position that needs to be filled yesterday, and a horde of applicants who are basically indistinguishable from each other. So, understandably, anyone who doesn’t meet the ever-raising bar can be immediately discarded. No degree? Toss ‘em. No internships? Shred ‘em

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