Quitting by ghosting. Applicants blow off scheduled interviews. New hires turn into no-shows. Workers leave one evening and never return. No notice. Quitting a job without giving notice or “ghosting” has nothing to do with economic data about full employment.
As a Recruitment Executive I see resumes all day long (as you might imagine.) If someone does not have a BS/BA degree then for education I will often see things like Graduate of the Dale Carnegie course or Toastmasters, etc. It’s not the same.
In many cases, having a license to work in a specific field such as nursing or physical therapy looks great on a resume (without having a college degree) ; however having a license along with a college degree in most cases trumps the competition….on paper.
When an employer asks a candidate, “How much money will it take for you to accept this job?” or “What kind of money are you looking to earn?” this can be a very loaded question. Proceed with caution.
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