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New Post 9/15/2016 11:34 AM
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Data Shows Tech Employers Are Looking For Experience Over Education 
"Forbes - Sep 15, 2016"

"Data Shows Tech Employers Are Looking For Experience Over Education"

"It turns out, statistically speaking, that for developer jobs in the US, most employers care more about experience than education."

http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2016/09/15/data-shows-tech-employers-are-looking-for-experience-over-education/#fa401bd563d8
 
New Post 12/28/2016 6:35 AM
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Re: Data Shows Tech Employers Are Looking For Experience Over Education 

 It was #8 out of 9 things ... but Hands-On Experience is needed.

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 "9 Biggest Professional Breakthroughs of 2016"

 "#8 - Fewer Jobs Requiring Degrees


It would seem the value being placed on experience over education is increasing.

Perhaps the most popular news item to this regard was when Ernst & Young announced that they were dropping the degree requirement when reviewing potential employees. Others are following suit. For example, global publishing group, Penguin Random House reported earlier this year that they “will no longer require candidates for new jobs to have a university degree.”

 
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