Education, Skills and Learning

How COVID-19 is ending the stigma of online learning

Post-COVID, employers need to revisit candidate evaluation criteria and the role of online education – and that's a good thing. Image: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Daphne Kis

Chief Executive Officer, WorldQuant University

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