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Which online course is most likely to help me get a job after I’m finished? Some HR managers are still skeptical of online training and consider a college degree as the golden standard for a good hire. This is changing but there’s still a high threshold for proving your worth through e-learning.

What are your thoughts on this subject? 

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Online education has been around for decades, but the field is still in its infancy. Companies are just starting to take notice and hire e-learners. They want to know how well these workers will perform on the job, and if online learning is comparable to actually learning in a real physical school.

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It will help you tremendously with new Knowledge and Techniques , efficient updates and other cost saving Methodology . 

As Department Manager i will only put a small weight on candidates whose CV is mostly OL classes.

I check predominantly the work experience and specific functions assigned to him. 

OL Classes / Certificates  is just like Extra Sweetener


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