Ever since the job market started getting flooded with more and more individuals employers started upping their standards and requiring college degrees for entry-level roles. The logic behind it was that if there is an influx of talent every employer wanted the best of the best. College degree equalling a better candidate. Since this, the job market is getting larger and larger but companies are not relaxing on their hiring criteria.
Do you agree with the statistics below?
Half of the recent college grads (49 percent, to be precise) said they didn't have to go to college to acquire the skills they needed for their current jobs, and 86 percent of them said they were learning things on the job that they didn't learn in college. Three-quarters of the opportunity youth agreed that not having a college degree limited their options.