by richard mertz You might think you would need at least a college degree just to be able to become an intern at Google and at least a Master’s degree in order to actually work there. In that case you are
By Michael Bernick Within California’s workforce world over the past few years, there is growing interest in training certifications, and more recently in training badges. Both certifications and badges are seen as improving the transition of unemployed Californians into jobs. But
The Huffington Post UK | By Lucy Sherriff Ernst & Young, one of the UK’s biggest graduate recruiters, has announced it will be removing the degree classification from its entry criteria, saying there is “no evidence” success at university correlates with
Max Nisen After years of looking at the data, Google has found that things like college GPAs and transcripts are almost worthless in hiring. Following these revelations, the company is hiring more and more people who never even went to college.