No, the college your kids go to won’t decide their destiny

By Rob Cox
March 25, 2015
3 comments

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I hire around 30 people a year. Here’s what matters far more than where you went to school:

1) What you studied in school.

2) You did not go to a fake info-mercial school like Phoenix. And no online degree.

3) You are able to learn fast, and you are not a cry baby.

Posted by AlkalineState | Report as abusive

I hire 40 people a year.Here’s what matters far more than where you went to school:
1;)How influential your family is.
2;)You had good grades which shows you are good repeater and easily trainable.
3;)Personal hygiene is a must.

Posted by Macedonian | Report as abusive

If you have to hire influence, you are not influential. And never will be.

Posted by AlkalineState | Report as abusive