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First Impressions: Impact In Today’s Job Market

Why do hiring managers decide in the first 8 seconds if they’re going hire a candidate or not? The First Impressions. From handshake to hairstyle, wardrobe to watch, each component of a candidate is dissected in a matter of minutes. As an author it reminds me of the adage “Don’t judge a book by its [...]
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