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 Rose Vallespin 5 years ago
Looks or Brains? A drastic change in the recruitment of job candidates.
by Link10103 4 years ago
The Drastic Change Of Bubblews. Good or bad?Bubblews has recently undertaken an extreme makeover. Are the changes good or bad?
by Arnab Ghosh 4 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 rhamson 2 years 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 country? Term limits were induced after FDR's reign as President because the people...
by ryankett 9 years ago
Cant think of any other explanation... I sell just 4 Amazon items in 4 months, and then 5 in the last 4 days......Well, I am laying it on heavy with the sales pages now, but I think showing my fact at least a little has really helped.I may even treat you to a full face pic soon, I might make a...
by ga anderson 2 years ago
Is it time to consider a coalition government?It is my opinion that neither party, Democrat or Republican, can win a national election with just their base. Both parties need some part of the Independent or undecided vote to gain an election victory.The far Left seems to think that only they know...
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