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Why Do Employers Prefer a Bachelor's Degree?

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Do you know why do employers prefer at least bachelor's degree?

Do you know why do employers prefer at least bachelor's degree?

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  • 1. Why Do EmployersPrefer a Bachelors Degree? AboutOnlineDegrees.org
  • 2. Why Do Employers Prefer a Bachelors Degree?Several jobs need at least a bachelorsdegree, if not a masters or a Ph.D. variousemployers require a bachelors degree, itcan be bad for your career if you do notobtain one. Why do so many companieswant to hire people with degrees? AboutOnlineDegrees.org
  • 3. 1. ExpertisePotential employees who earned abachelors degree have proved they haveenough knowledge in at least one specificfield. Several jobs need a specific level ofexpertise and knowledge, and having adegree shows that the employee is likelyto meet their requirement.
  • 4. 2. PerseverancePeople who hold bachelors degrees havedemonstrated they are able to commit to agoal and succeed. Employers like to seesame attributes in employees
  • 5. 3. Supply and DemandThose jobs that may have required only ahigh school diploma in the past may nowrequire a degree, mainly because there aremany people with degrees in the laborpool to meet the demand. In the U.S,according to the survey 29 percent ofindividuals 25 and older have abachelors degree.
  • 6. 4. SkillsEarning a bachelors degree indicates thatemployee is likely to have above-averagecomputational and writing skills.
  • 7. 5. StandardsSome companies are required to meetfederal or state standards when hiringpeople. Often, a degree is required by law.Teachers are most common example ofthose people who must have a degree; inthis type of situation, teachers must have adegree in order to legally teach in astate-funded school.
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