You don’t need an Ivy League degree to work at Apple.
In fact, CEO Tim Cook recently said about half of his company’s new hires didn’t even have a four-year degree.
Now, many of the nation’s top companies do not require employees to have a bachelor’s degree, according to a recent analysis by LinkedIn. Alongside Apple, Google’s parent company Alphabet employ those with only a high school or associate’s degree (as does Netflix).
To increase your chances of getting a gig at a big-name company without a bachelor’s degree, LinkedIn identified 20 specific jobs that are more likely to have employees that didn’t go