Re: certification is absurd?
I can just see the HRPotentially, yes. However, don't forget that many people in HR are ALREADY over-simplifying, and often in arbitrary and meaningless ways. At least certification might steer them in the right direction.
drones of companies everywhere using this criteria as a yes/no decision in
screening job applicants.
That's the problem: certificates oversimplify.
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