Rejoice all the talented and skilled college dropouts, your days of being spurned from a job that you can easily accomplish just because you don’t own a shitty piece of paper called diploma are sort of over. Ginni Rometty, IBM’s CEO, quite strongly believes that if tech companies around the globe want to grow their business beyond a certain stage, they really need to concentrate on employing people with actual useful skills over useless college graduates.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, IBM CEO clearly stated that in the present internet age where technology is being innovated every single second, it has become comparatively hard for people without college degrees to get a well-paying job even if they are highly gifted. She also added that according to her, this is the chief reason which led to the much controversial Brexit situation.
Further, she also said that in many big corporations, the only employees you will see are university degree holders, Ph.D. holders among many other profoundly educated people which itself indicates that there is a need for a diverse section of people in these jobs. Aside from IBM, other tech conglomerates that don’t give a damn about your educational qualifications include Google, Apple, and so on.
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