The process used to be simple and fair - the candidate with the right qualifications and experience would get the job. These days, however, the process has become a lot more complex. Employers/Recruiters have become extremely demanding and the astonishing fact now is that looks and appearance are considered to be just as important as the credentials of a candidate. Employers/Recruiters seek to hire good-looking and well-groomed candidates regardless of their qualifications and experience. Materialistic issues such as looks, facial features and physical appearance have become a determining factor in deciding whether or not a candidate fits the bill.
by Arnab Ghosh3 years ago
Is there some problem? I find a drastic change in traffic today! I usually get around 300 views a day, its just 20 today. Anyone experiencing the same?
by jonsswagger19785 years ago
On one side of the coin looks are important, I firmly believe you have to be attracted to your partner sexually, but at the same time I find an intelligent woman to be very sexy indeed.
by rhamson11 months ago
In an effort to start a conversation towards a more productive change in the politics and direction of the country does it not make sense at this time that these three areas are at the crux of the failure of this...
by mio cid12 months ago
The man is truly embarrassing,he is incapable of answering a single question on any topic because of the fear of the extreme right which makes him give nonsensical answers and look like a mumbling fool when asked...
by Susan Reid6 years ago
Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum have both been suspended by Fox News. The suspension is for 60 days. If they don't announce their candidacy for president during this time, they can come back.Now, Mike Huckabee and Sarah...
by mio cid5 years ago
I try to think back and I can't remember a worse candidate than Mitt Romney.
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