Nowadays, a great deal of attention has been paid to the diversity of education and human resources. Some
insist that working experience are more important than academic criteria. I strongly agree with
hardly care about one's degree and there are enough shreds of evidence that prove
without college degrees are capable.
reason why I support
have little interest in academic criteria. In fact, 45 per cent of the Japanese do not know which
do their co-workers graduated from, while around 95 per cent of them care about job performances.
, human resource managers unlikely to ask job applicants to academic backgrounds
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new graduates. On top of that, the ranking of universities changes every year.
by the level of the
from which they graduated is not a smart idea.
, another reason why I support
is that there are
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of capable figures who do not go through higher education.
, Steve Jobs who started up the world's famous company Apple
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had dropped out from a
, Apple is now one of the top five companies of market capitalization. He was
the funder of PIXAR which is the largest animation firm in the world as well.
, there is another type of superior
who do not have an
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diploma. Today, teenagers can be an entrepreneur. As a matter of fact, a woman called RIKA SHIKI, launched her own business when she was a high school student, and it succeeded.
To conclude, I reiterate my complete agreement with
is because formal qualifications have
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value on candidates, and there are many talented
who do not have