SERIOUS HIRING QUESTION
My main objective is to find people who are competent enough to think for themselves, able figure it out, are passionate, and can choose to think themselves into doing everything it takes to get the job done.
Are they more obedient if they have good grades and/or college education? or does it make them more creative and hard working? or does it make them more entitled and lazy? or does it make them more independent or dependent? or is it more likely they're a free thinker with horrible grades? or should I just play it safe and focus on dropouts to get these skillsets?
This is literally a fully blown serious question and looking for extremely honest feedback on how you perceive "Education" on the resume and why!