Wednesday, March 6, 2013

A College Degree Sorts Job Applicants, but Employers Wish It Meant More (Chronicle of Higher Education)

Excerpt:
Sine Nomine Associates, Mr. Boyes's firm, works with high-tech companies like Cisco and IBM. However, it's fundamental abilities that he says recent graduates lack, like how to analyze large amounts of data or construct a cogent argument. "It's not a matter of technical skill," he says, "but of knowing how to think."

1 comment:

Computer Repair Sacramento said...

Seems rather unfair of many companies to be so short sighted... online degrees take just as much insight, study and dedication as traditional

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