I know how some companies work. Also I notice that some propositions of David Graeber are true. Is it actually true that companies do create useless jobs? Why don't they simply hire more actual engineers for that money they spend on useless office workers? Engineering is hard and requires a large expirience, while simply sitting in office does not. Is that why companies create useless jobs? Also I notice that education falls off because of that. Or is that they simply ignore education to hire more useless office workers?
How do I find actual job in such world? I do not want to be useless and be paid for being useless office worker. I want company to be actually looking into my expirience and asking questions, for example about my Bs/Ms thesis, because they are not. Nobody is interested and looking into science results or education anymore. Or is that only my view?
Links:  David Graeber. Bullshit jobs: a theory. 2018.