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You Do Not Need A College Degree To Work For Google

Getting an education is very important so much so that it has been classified as a human right in most societies. Graduating from college or university is, of course, an achievement.

People work so hard in school to ensure they have a degree certificate. Some people are known to cram so much knowledge in their brains to be good on paper but perform poorly in a typical work environment.


Google among other companies are no longer particular about the college degree but are particular about the skills a prospective employee has.

Candidates are considered based on their knowledge and skills not exactly how it was acquired. This is indicative that having a degree does not necessarily mean quality job performance.

(FILES) This file photo taken on February 8, 2018 shows the logo of the US multinational technology company Apple on the facade of an Apple store in Brussels.<br /> For a long time, Apple appeared to be flying solo to a $1 trillion market value, but Amazon is right at its heels — and experts have no fears of a tech bubble. Apple, at $939 billion, remains the highest-valued private company on the global markets — and could well cross the $1 trillion finish line after it releases its quarterly results Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel DUNAND

Other companies that offer employment without college degrees include:
Ernst and Young (EY)
Penguin Random House
Costco Wholesale
Whole Foods
Home Depot
Bank of America

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