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[Discuss] OT degrees Re: SEO

On 10/27/2013 10:23 PM, Rich Braun wrote:
> Once you've had your first two career jobs, or gotten admitted to a graduate
> program, no one will ever care which bachelor's degree you have.  (In fact, a
> lot of hiring managers overlook absence of a bachelor's degree, if you're in a
> hot-enough field.  I went back to college and got my degree 7 years late just
> in case I ever found myself stuck in a not-hot field.)
This is sometimes true. But I have had managers go back to my college
and military experience. Usually job reqs are writtend for bscs or
equivalent experience. I have seen good candidates rejected by HR
because of the lack of a college degree.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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