Could I get a job at State Farm with a two year degree in Business Technology?

I've always wanted to work for State Farm but I think general education is a huge waste of time and money. My school offers an Associate in Applied Science Business Technology degree I've been looking in to. Short description of the degree: "This Associate in Applied Science Degree prepares students to specialize in Business Technology. The student receives extensive hands-on experience in application packages. Employment positions for graduates include receptionists, office clerks, office managers and administrative assistants."

Asked By: BrilliantHighlights14 - 6/11/2011
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State Farm is a very large company and employes people with and without degrees depending on the position or opening. Remember that jobs are hard to find right now and companies have an abundance of prospective applicants to choose from, they usually take the most qualified(either by experience or education).
Answered By: Bill - 6/11/2011
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Put in and application at State Farm, might have to get licensed and credit hours and test by the state.
Answered By: Top Gun - 6/11/2011
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