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There was a time when a university degree was vital for landing a good job. Certainly, that was what my parents drummed into my head when I was in school. But having a degree won’t guarantee you a job and there are many examples of high school and university dropouts flourishing in the IT industry. So do you really need a university degree when you’re looking to join the IT workforce?
We have already plumbed the depths of horror stories from IT professionals. This time around, we delve into the lives of lowly employees who work for giant tech companies. Big corporations are notorious for their resistance to change, hostile work environments, counter-productive work rules and daily conga lines of aimless meetings. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Here are your worst tales of illogical decision-making and human degradation.