The rate at which technology is being embraced is rapidly increasing. Tech companies are working to integrate almost everything they can get their hands on, with technology.
Now more than ever, we need to avoid social interactions, this has led to schools being converted online and knowledge being dispensed virtually.
With occurrences, it is undoubtedly questioning whether the current education system can support and adequately provide education online.
One of the purposes of education is to equip one with knowledge enough to help the person better their future and sustain their dependents.
Employers, on one hand, have a certain bar to which they determine whether one is qualified for a certain job.
Let’s have a look at different aspects of e-learning as it relates to laboral opportunities.
Employers opinions with online degrees
When seeking to know whether an online degree has good laboral opportunities, I believe it is important to take a recruiter’s opinion about online learners.
The answer to this is two-sided. Some conservative job recruiters believe that online education is useless, ineffective and they would rather have their employees study traditionally from school.
They believe that certification can easily be tampered with or forged. To them, this allows a lazy, inexperienced job seeker to walk into an interview and get an undeserving job.
They would rather show biasness to choose a conventional education graduate with a job opportunity over a student with an online certification.
Some employers are open-minded and accept online education just as much as the traditional form of education.
To them, what matters is the skill and not where and how you earned your degree. A degree is a degree regardless of the form of education used to acquire the degree.
This type of thought is what I hold too. As long as the degree …