Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 28 Apr 2006, at 18:49, Andrew Court wrote:
>>> My question is "Why is a university degree required?" It does not
>> state what the degree should be in. If I had a degree in Arts or
>> Music from Trinity and had the relevent experience, could I be
>>> Note that lack of a degree does not automatically disqualify
> candidates; none of the "requirements" are absolute requirements.
[ SNIP ]
> Maybe you should consider applying in any case; on the principle of
> "nothing ventured, nothing gained". If you want to work for Google,
> you should apply and see what happens.
These are the best bits of advice you can be given about job
advertisements. These sort of requirements are rarely rigid. Usually
they're posted to weed out those who are unsure of themselves before
they even apply. If you think you can do the job and would like it,
apply regardless of the requirements. That's what I've always done and
it's worked for me.
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