Any hiring manager has to decide how she feels about college degrees. Is it a must? Nice to have? Irrelevant? It comes up in conversation. You have to decide whether it influences your hiring decisions.
Applicants want to know, too. Should I stick it out in college? Should I change my degree from psychology to CS? (I know an intern now facing that kind of question.)
I interviewed an applicant a couple of weeks ago on a university campus and he wrote to ask me about college degrees.
Continue reading Would You Hire Me if I Didn’t Have a Degree
Somewhere Java managers are reviewing resumes. One says to the other:
There is so much wrong with this. I’ll just talk about the part you need to pay attention to as a job applicant: the web standards trifecta.