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Back then the focus was mostly on whether you could do the job or not.
Now every hiring manager has a huge stack of resumes of people who are qualified at least on paper, so they look at things like degrees just to cut down the stack.
I have a friend who is quite capable but only a high school graduate that has been underemployed or unemployed for several years since being laid off from Intel.
to do with your qualifications, both academic and technical.
all of whom had bachelor degrees and two of whom were well along working on their masters.
The world is a changing and many of us, especially guys like me in the “target market” age range for moving to the Philippines have had our head in the sand and not kept up with the times.
Here’s a few snippets from a conversation Mike and I have been having about Americans working here in the Philippines and their chances of find good one. I agree with you that if you hire in as a local hire at a call center you’re unlikely to rise into middle or upper management. Also cost cutting is the name of the game, and Americans have a reputation for being expensive unless they are on local scale.Here are a couple of online links from Filipinos, mostly personal pages and internet portals.Check them out if you wanna find what Filipinos love on the internet: Alleba - Filipino search engine. This online bookstore offers rare Arnis and Escrima covers via mailorder as well as cockfighting magazines.When I finally retired in 2003, a major reason I left was because I had been passed over three times in three years for supervisory jobs that were not ever going to be open to me again …and my bosses even told me, straight out, although the law did not require a degree for these jobs (yet), senior leadership has directed that we don’t fill them with anyone not holding a 4 year degree. The funny part is, I’m not upset about it, I very likely was not as good a prospect for any of those three jobs as the folks they picked …