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An engineer with experience or an engineer without what is better?


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I personally know brilliant college graduates who know the profession well, and university graduates (also Technion) idiots who did not understand anything in 4 years.

As a Technion graduate, I very much agree with this statement. Even as an interviewer, I met quite a few university students (including Technion) who did not approach the level of college students (Ort Braude, for example). Although they are far from the majority, and there is still a better chance that a graduate of the Technion is better than a college graduate, it is because he himself is a better person (and therefore accepted to the Technion), not because the Technion turned him into one.

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Well, just that it is not so obvious to 90 percentage of the population (including industry).

They do not examine the person in front of them, they look more at the ink on the certificate you come to interview and pity ..

This narrowness of horizons sometimes leads to the loss of rare talents.

It is time for big companies to get their heads out of their ass and begin giving equal opportunity to graduates of leading colleges.

The result is whether to employ them or not should be absolute according to their qualifications and not according to the stamp on the certificate.

Will come and resent now university graduates, claiming they have torn their ass 4 years and deserve their priority.

Well, I'm a Technion graduate and I had a very hard time with the title (combined with work at all was horror), but on the other hand, it's hard for me to believe that college certificates are being distributed as gifts.

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We will not argue about the definitions, but in my opinion, it is narrow mindedness and even a little arrogance when the ads are required to write, for example, Technion graduates only, or not to college graduates, etc.

It does not mean that companies should have laws, but I personally see this as a despicable and incorrect thing.

If I see CV with potential, the Mossad is the last thing that will deter me.

For me, an academic institution is another criterion, not the criterion.

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I once ran into an ad that said something like CV from colleges would not answer or anything, I do not remember exactly.

In any case, I will not lie. At first, his son also complained about college graduates when we considered whether to call for an interview or not.

We gave an opportunity, and slowly realized that there was something to work with.

I think that simply giving a chance and not disqualifying it is all.

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From my experience, most college graduates are not good enough (and some are really bad) and most of the university graduates are good. It's not that there are no good college graduates (and we did), and there are no less good university graduates.

Sometimes jobs get tons of irrelevant resumes. I do not accept the wording of the ad you specified, but I understand where it came from.

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We also came across some creatures, to say the least :)

Sometimes it is not clear how people get a diploma when they can not answer basic questions of high school physics ..

(Questions of heating motors and hook)

Maybe it's the pressure O_O Although I'm the interviewer perhaps the least stressful and threatening world lol (at least that seems to me).

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Well, just that it is not so obvious to 90 percentage of the population (including industry).

They do not examine the person in front of them, they look more at the ink on the certificate you come to interview and pity ..

If there was something practical behind this logic, all matriculation and / or psychometric exams would be added to all admission conditions. In practice this is not common (a requirement for a psychometric test can still be seen in quite rare cases).

Not just graduates who graduated from the Technion's advanced degrees, and Esot Akizet from a successful start-up do not contribute a shekel back to the Technion.

Nonsense. Go around the faculties and see how many adults have been donated, in addition to prizes.

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I'm talking about young people who made Akizet not some old CEOs.

Edit: The point is that most jobs when you come up with a CV are assuming you're cheating them. Their goal is to check that you really are who you claim you are plus you have a motivation to burn your life in society.

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