Experience or education? In a still-recovering economy, the debate over what employers find more valuable in a potential employee may leave some recent grads with second doubts over how valuable their new degree really is.
Higher education can pay off in the long run, both in salary and career opportunities, but when you’re first starting off, you may need to get creative. Noodle recently shared four secrets to branding a “useless” degree, and marketing yourself to employers.
Whether you’re just beginning your job search as summer’s ending, or are looking for the secret to gaining traction in your job search, you can brand yourself and your degree to fit a company’s culture and goals, making you an attractive candidate.
Click here to read the four secrets to branding a “useless” degree in the full post from Noodle.
About Noodle: Noodle Education created the first and only life-long education search engine in the world. Noodle.org enables users to find the right school, college, tutor, instruction video or any other education resource — and it’s free. Headquartered in New York City, Noodle was created in 2011 by a powerhouse team of education innovators from The Princeton Review, 2U, Kaplan, Kumon and Colloquy. The company has been recognized by Forbes Magazine, as “one of the 6 fastest growing tech companies” and hailed by Mashable, as “one of the 5 startups transforming online education.”