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Re: Indian Attitudes
« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2021, 09:20:30 pm »
Indian Employers Are Stubbornly Obsessed With Elite Students—And It's Hurting Them
Certain schools produce the best students but not the best employees.
When building up his team Jack preferred hiring people a notch or two below the top performers in their schools. The college elite, Jack explained, would easily get frustrated when they encountered the difficulties of the real world.

In other words, you can have all the knowledge in the world and still have a terrible work ethic. If Western styled businesses had ever been serious about generating workers with excellent work ethic they would have created professional internships rather than putting value on a piece of paper given to a graduate at a Western styled university.

It has always amazed me that in the West so many professions require "experience" for an applicants resume to even be considered, yet there is often no way to gain said experience in a particular industry because there are no schools that teach it, nor are there any companies that offer internships that allow an applicant to learn it.

Since a very young age I have always been of the opinion that you can teach anyone to do anything if they really want to learn it, all intelligence and smarts aside.

Lastly, it should be obvious to most who spend the time to think about it that the Western notion of what is "elite" and what is not is also ass-backwards....