In the ongoing War for Talent, most CEOs bemoan the size of the applicant pool they must choose from. For decades, the possession of a college degree was a way for employers to screen for talent. But the cost of college and the evolution of employer’s needs are calling that “credentialing” assumption into question and therein may lie the solution to the problem of the depth of the talent pool.

A short article in “Higher Ed Dive” explores how companies are relaxing college degree requirements and focusing on what’s really required for the job in question. Find out why “Nearly half of companies say they plan to eliminate bachelor’s degree requirements in 2024.”