Re: Degree

Subject: Re: Degree
From: Kathleen Kuvinka <kkuvinka -at- CLIENTELE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 4 Dec 1998 13:08:02 -0800

You're stating the obvious, Bill. Maybe that's why Suzette used the term
"amazing". I'm amazed at the ingenious folks I work with who don't have
degrees. Sure, we should encourage aspiring professionals to pursue degrees,
but we should not discourage those who don't chose that route!

Thanks,
Kathee

> -----Original Message-----
> Suzette,
>
> Please don't take my response the wrong way, but surely you
> must be the
> exception to the rule in today's job market. Credentialism
> is everywhere.
> For _MOST_ people, an undergraduate degree is an absolute
> requirement to
> make the short list at the HR department. In fact, some sort
> of graduate
> degree is often required to make the cut.
>
> You've certainly done well for yourself, but I feel that it would be
> unfair to the fledglings out there if we were to look upon your
> particular situation as the norm.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Bill


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