Originally posted by Jon McDonald:
A buddy of mine once made this analogy:
" Employers treat experience and education in an employee the way women treat a good personality and good looks in a man. They all say they the former is most important, but the later is an implicit prerequisite .
Originally posted by Sam Tilley:
In London because of the relentless dumbing down of A'levels and GSCE's you are almost expected to have straight A's and a 2:1 or a 1st at University before they will even consider you.
Originally posted by Tim Baker:
A lot of them also stipulate that you muts have at least a 2:1 from a 'red brick' university. Those stupid strict academic requirements are blatant social discrimination
Originally posted by Tony Collins:
I finished a Postgrad course at Liverpool University in March, it was very good.
Career prospects in Liverpool aren't though, I had to move out of the city I'd lived in for 10 years.