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Microsoft execs explain why they don't require a college degree for entry-level positions

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Jobs at Microsoft are highly sought-after, but many entry-level positions don't require a college degree.
The company avoids ruling out applicants based on prior credentials, focusing instead on soft skills and a willingness to learn.
According to executives, this approach helps bolster diversity at Microsoft.
Microsoft is one of several major tech companies to widen its hiring practices in an effort to recruit from a more diverse talent base.
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