"Perfect" candidates may be anything but

10/23/2009 | Forbes

Because there are an abundance of job candidates, employers have gotten too picky and are only willing to hire the "perfect" applicant, Guy Nadivi writes. This is a mistake because these candidates often cost more to hire, become easily bored and jump ship when another opportunity comes along, he writes.

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