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Would you hire a hard working person over a more knowledgeable person?

  1. jeremejazz profile image60
    jeremejazzposted 6 years ago

    Would you hire a hard working person over a more knowledgeable person?

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  2. davenmidtown profile image88
    davenmidtownposted 6 years ago

    That would depend on if they were doing open heart surgery or washing my car...

  3. b2b-sales-europe profile image60
    b2b-sales-europeposted 6 years ago

    You should make 4 of these 2 type.
    a. Knowledgeable and hard working - eveyone is looking for
    b. Knowledgeable and lazy - noone needs someone only talking clever
    c. hard worker with specific skills - good for specific jobs, may have potential for development
    d. hard working, no skills - hard to place other than for simple jobs

    Without specific skills, knowledge, talents and ambitions its hard to conquer a good life in nowadays competition. Education is a private duty.
    Build knowledge and skills to lead a good life.

  4. brianwhitskey24 profile image56
    brianwhitskey24posted 6 years ago

    it depends if you are a small start up company you may need to have some one who is working hard for there salary and need to learn from your expertise works they can really be very useful in your company.

  5. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I would prefer the hard working person if they are intelligent, you can always train them to become knowledgeable at the job.

    davenmidtown - great answer!!

  6. jeremejazz profile image60
    jeremejazzposted 6 years ago

    Me, I prefer a hardworking person as long that person is willing to learn, and not boastful

 
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