Higher Education Is Overrated; Skills Aren’t

“… But what won’t hasten new hiring – and might even dampen job prospects – is the mythical belief that higher education invariably leads to higher employment and better jobs. It doesn’t. Foolish New York Times stories notwithstanding, education is a misleading-to-malignant proxy for economic productivity or performance …” (more)

[Michael Schrage, Harvard Business Review, 29 July]


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