Major Companies Google, Tesla, and IBM dropping College Requirements for New Hires



NEW YORK (NewsNation) — Skyrocketing tuition and crippling student loan debt have millions of parents and students wondering whether college is even worth it anymore, as companies reconsider hiring requirements.


Major companies like Google, Tesla, and IBM have dropped the requirement for college degrees as college enrollment continues to drop.

According to a recent study from Harvard Business Review and Emsi Burning Glass, a leading labor market data company, companies are dropping the requirements for many middle-skill and even higher-skill roles. More than 51 million jobs posted between 2017 and 2020 were analyzed for the study.
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