The “paper ceiling” keeps the greatest job candidates out of the talent pool just when CEOs need them the most.
The era arrived where a college diploma is now required for many employments. Degree requirements are becoming a hindrance to both companies and job seekers as the expense of school rises and the availability of independent learning alternatives expands. Certain talents and topics could only be learned at a university or through specialized training programs. However, during the most of the last century, most people could obtain successful job without degrees or certifications. These restrictions have an influence on the economy as well as job seekers.