Of course, American companies also value diplomas when recruiting. They will divide the recruiting group according to what kind of education they need for their job, but they don’t value education when interviewing. First of all, because the United States is very honest, it also values integrity. In a country, if you say you have a master’s degree, they will believe you have a master’s degree. One of our students asked me this question before. He was very puzzled that he had gone through countless interviews, but no company questioned his master’s degree, nor did he ask him for a copy of his master’s degree. He even doubted it so many times. Did the interview fail because the American company didn’t notice his diploma?
I answered him in this way. In the United States, integrity is the foundation of everything. If academic qualifications are mentioned in their recruitment requirements, then the applicant must meet the requirements, so when you go to the interview, they will not ask you about your academic qualifications. The starting point is to trust your Resume. If you don’t tell the truth, it is fraud and crime in the United States.
In fact, the United States attaches great importance to academic qualifications by industry and class. According to Americans, most Americans do not have the ambition to go to college at a very young age. Many Americans go out to work after graduating from high school. The reason for this concept is that experience and skills are very important in American work. It not only affects your success rate in finding a job but is also closely related to your salary. For example, a person who has been working after graduating from high school is compared with a student who has gone to college for four years and then comes out to work. He has four years more work experience than the other person. When he is looking for the same position, he can definitely beat this fresh graduate. Of college students. Therefore, the emphasis on academic qualifications is divided into industries, similar to the skills of bank employees and can be employed through training, in the United States, more emphasis is placed on experience.
We should not look down on American high school students because of this. American high schools are equipped with employment consultants and academic consultants. Employment consultants provide students with career information to help them analyze which occupations they are suitable for and which skills they should possess. So although American companies only require high school diplomas, American high school education is far more practical than domestic high schools, and many high schools offer business courses.
On the other hand, the IT industry, education industry, consulting industry, and other industries that require strong professional knowledge need academic qualifications to support.
Some people may encounter the situation that when a US company recruits people, the recruitment requirement is a master’s degree and not a doctoral degree. They feel that the United States does not attach importance to academic qualifications. In fact, this is a lack of understanding of American culture. In the United States, human resources are very expensive. For the same position, if a master’s degree can meet the demand, there is no need to spend more money to hire a doctor who can do the same job as the master’s. This can also reduce corporate expenditures to a certain extent.
So in the United States, it’s not that you don’t care about academic qualifications. It depends on what major you study and what class you are in after graduation. As for the relationship between academic qualifications and salary, it is definitely proportional.