>LESS THAN A COLLEGE DEGREE. >GETS YOU A JOB

>LESS THAN A COLLEGE DEGREE

>GETS YOU A JOB

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    this is only works as an addition to a college degree, otherwise on its own its useless

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this tbdesu
      you still need the paper
      https://www.forbes.com/sites/dereknewton/2024/02/25/its-no-surprise-that-skills-based-hiring-has-not-worked/

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >forbes.com/sites/dereknewton
        >I write about education including education technology (edtech) and higher education. I've written about these topics and others in a variety of outlets including The Washington Post, The Atlantic and Quartz. I served as vice-president at The Century Foundation, a public policy think tank with an emphasis on education and worked for an international education nonprofit teaching entrepreneurship. I also served as a speech writer for a governor of Florida, worked in the Florida legislature and attended Columbia University in New York City. I'm a member of the Education Writers Association.
        I thought people here hated journalists and other similarly useless "professionals"?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        this is only works as an addition to a college degree, otherwise on its own its useless

        can confirm

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >spend decades pushing the agenda that you must have a degree to get a specialized job
        >vast, VAST majority of people without degrees aren't applying for specialized jobs, while vast majority of people applying for specialized jobs are going to have degrees
        No fricking shit it's not surprising that dropping the HR requirement for a degree didn't magically change the workforce after decades of conditioning. Did he expect millions of applicants that just so happened to plan on getting one of a tiny percentage of jobs not requiring degrees to just appear from thin air? I swear they don't let you be a journalist these days unless you're physically incapable of basic reasoning.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Don't feel to bad. Every day there's a thread where someone condems degrees and everyone agrees it's a "falling for X" meme. There's also a thread where someone again reinforces that a degree is necessary, and surprisingly everyone agrees yet again.
          Nobody here knows enough about degrees and certs to contradict anyone else, so you agree and hope someone (you)'s you so you can tell them "he doesn't know lol" regardless of whether they were for or against degrees.
          The irony is it's neither. A decent chunk of recruiters swear up and down that a degree is the only way to weed total morons from possibly competent applicants, others despise majors as school children who have never worked a day in their lives, and everything inbetween exists too. But that doesn't incite 500 reply threads.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            nta, but, seriously, have you ever worked in the infosec industry? I bet you have no clue about infosec, at all
            lots, LOTS of infosec people don't have degrees in CS (or even related fields) or have no degrees at all

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            larp

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >t.butthurt moron
            LMAOing @ (You)

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            a college degree is the least minimum requirement to prove you're not a drooling useless moron
            how many years have you been a NEET for?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            No, it’s literally just outsourced job training.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >degree
            >training anyone for any sort of real job
            lol
            lmao

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I was a NEET after dropping out from engineering on 2nd year, and learned everything by myself. had a CTF team and all that shit.
            I feared I wasn't fit for the first job I was hired for but I quickly realized that most of my coworkers who had degrees were a bunch of morons who had no idea about the history of infosec, about programming, application testing, bug hunting or anything other than networking and running Nessus and scripts in kali LMAO. of course they all LARPed as hackers and shit.
            the ones that were competents didn't have degrees, dropped out of uni or even had criminal backgrounds (for messing with botnets and shit)
            so, again, you have NO FRICKING CLUE ABOUT ANYTHING. nothing unexpeted for this board full of morons, though.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Most people just go to college because it’s the thing you do to get a job, they aren’t really interested in learning about xyz, so they don’t apply themselves more than they need to and never really learn anything. The only thing that truly determines competence is how motivated and passionate the student is to learn. College profs are just researchers with a part time gig- no body really learns from a lecture.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Maybe, as employers themselves have told us for years, the socializing and broad-based learning that goes on in college are valuable. Maybe companies know this. Maybe that’s why the idea of dropping college education requirements has not taken hold – because it’s a bad idea.
        How much of that knowledge do College graduates even retain? I thought most students just crammed to pass tests and slacked on anything outside of relevant courses.
        >To believe otherwise, you must believe that business leaders and hiring managers don’t know what they’re doing – that they are blindly following tradition or just lazy. Even when hiring efficiency and worker productivity make a real difference in the marketplace, you’d need to believe that businesses have simply overlooked a better way to hire. That seems naïve. If removing degree requirements from jobs was really better, you should wonder why so many companies are not doing it, even after they say they will.
        Yeah that seems pretty plausible, actually. This guy never watch office space?

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No.

    Have one. Been trying to get better work with it. No one cares.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i would not hire you if you were just a clickity clacking autist who just knew linux CMD and nothing else

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    buy an ad

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      20 of the 23 posts in this thread is the same homosexual spamming his bullshit cert

      So they have certificate for flipper zero too?
      Kys

      samegay

      >Maybe, as employers themselves have told us for years, the socializing and broad-based learning that goes on in college are valuable. Maybe companies know this. Maybe that’s why the idea of dropping college education requirements has not taken hold – because it’s a bad idea.
      How much of that knowledge do College graduates even retain? I thought most students just crammed to pass tests and slacked on anything outside of relevant courses.
      >To believe otherwise, you must believe that business leaders and hiring managers don’t know what they’re doing – that they are blindly following tradition or just lazy. Even when hiring efficiency and worker productivity make a real difference in the marketplace, you’d need to believe that businesses have simply overlooked a better way to hire. That seems naïve. If removing degree requirements from jobs was really better, you should wonder why so many companies are not doing it, even after they say they will.
      Yeah that seems pretty plausible, actually. This guy never watch office space?

      seems obvious that that fricking moron has never worked for a big ass corporation...

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    actually, yes. ignore the other morons, the OSCP opens doors like nothing else

    >degree
    LMAO, imagine anyone caring about degrees in the infosec world

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So they have certificate for flipper zero too?
    Kys

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    20 of the 23 posts in this thread is the same homosexual spamming his bullshit cert

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