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** Why You Can’t Get A Job … Recruiting Explained By the Numbers **

by
Dr. John Sullivan
May 20, 2013, 5:03 am ET
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/*Is your “six seconds of fame” enough to land you a job?* /

As a professor and a corporate recruiting strategist, I can tell you that
very few applicants truly understand the corporate recruiting process. Most
people looking for a job approach it with little factual knowledge. That is
a huge mistake. A superior approach is to instead analyze it carefully,
because data can help you understand why so many applicants simply can’t
land a job. If you can bear with me for a few quick minutes, I can show you
using numbers where the job-search “roadblocks” are and how that
data-supported insight can help you easily double your chances of landing
an interview and a job.

-*Your Resume Will Face a Lot of Competition *-

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