University degrees irrelevant to big employers

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Big employers are going cold on university degrees, leaving students and jobseekers to wonder if their qualifications are worth the investment and extra study.

This week, international publishing house Penguin Random House decided to drop degrees as a requirement for job applicants, following in the footsteps of major consulting firms Ernst and Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The move comes as smaller employers are shifting away from hiring graduates or university students, believing kids are coming out of university with “no real skills” or simply being taught the wrong things.

Read more on this in the source site, after the first three sentences. Click.. here.

Source Credits: Liz Burke in news.com.au

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