Hiring from only the Top Schools is Lazy

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Hiring from top schools (or requiring degrees at all) is a simple proxy for intelligence and hard work. These things are hard to evaluate in an interview or two, so you say “well, if this candidate managed to get into Harvard and graduate theymust be smart and hard working!”

And you probably won’t be wrong, because the competition to get into the top schools is so fierce. But, just because you have to be smart to get into the Ivies (or other top schools) it doesn’t mean that if you’re smart you have to go to a top

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