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Guys! I need your opinion/thoughts. Please see.

Most people today, when it comes to hiring people for a job; in that applicant's resume form, they always see what chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha au college wewe graduated from. Not what wewe have (e.g. skills, knowledge, abilities, talents).

In my opinion, what if, wewe graduated from a very prestigious school but, yeah wewe graduated from there but wewe don't have those skills and knowledge for the job wewe like. And people in that company wewe are applying to, considers the school wewe came from not your abilities? For me, I think that it doesn't matter what chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha au school wewe came from. What matters is, your skills, and how can wewe make a difference to their company.

And my point in uandishi this, is what do wewe guys think about it (first paragraph)?
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herpinaderpson said:
I think it's about inaonyesha your unique part at job interviews. But that mostly depends on the kind of job you're applying for. For journalism, the employers mostly seek a unique point of view. But in jobs like programming au banking, they just take a look at your educational history then decide if wewe get the job au don't.
Speaking for myself, I want to be a graphic designer au a programmer, and for this I'm trying to get into a good school.
Life's cruel. And so are job interviews. And bosses.
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brandonaz said:
Ehhhhh. I think it's a misconception that schooling is zaidi important to employers than attributes. I think people use it as a measure to reflect intelligence level, like if wewe went to Harvard au oxford you're obviously mad smart, but not as a marker for other skills.

My dad does a lot of interviewing for interns and potential employees for his company and I know he does have certain stereotypes, but always he puts personality first. The stereotypes do tend to have basis though, like Harvard, Yale, Stanford kids may be zaidi cut-throat whereas Ivy kids from Columbia au Penn are zaidi laid back. In general. But still, people judge zaidi on attributes. That is what interviewing is for, wewe know? So that the employers can see what kind of people skills the applicants have and what they know. If they judged just au mostly from what school they went to then they wouldn't even waste the time interviewing. So someone from a slightly worse school is probably going to be hired over an Ivy kid if they have better abilities.

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