January 5, 2007
Employers Often Distrust Online Degrees
Some say they prefer job applicants who earned diplomas the old-fashioned way
Karen Glover thought she was lucky when she found a way to take online courses from Florida State University and work full time at an academic library in Georgia. But when it came to finding a new job with her master's degree in library and information studies, her strategy backfired.
Potential employers wanted to know how she had been able to hold a full-time job in one state while going to school in
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