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First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood who also serves as Chair of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, recently commented on a Wall Street Journal report highlighting how American employers are beginning to look beyond their preferences for “college degrees and specific skill sets to “expand the pool of eligible candidates.” They are doing this to speed up their hiring processes. 

Many employers added such qualifications to job requirements in the wake of the Great Depression when millions of individuals were out of work and human resource departments had access to an expansive pool of résumés. 

During the first six months of 2018, according to recent analysis by the labor-market research firm, Burning Glass Technologies, the percent of job openings that sought candidates with college degrees fell to 30 percent compared to 32 percent in 2017.

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