For most large tech companies, a college degree used to be the standard ticket to an entry–level job. That policy, however, is quickly changing.
As companies compete for more limited access to diverse talent, many are opting to widen their searches by eliminating the four-year degree requirement. Google, Apple, IBM, Ernst and Young? No college degree required to apply. Others are following suit.
No doubt, the effects will trickle down throughout the rest of the industry soon. Are you prepared to navigate the changing landscape? Read more on the TechRepublic blog.