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Can the candidate do the job? This is the main question hiring managers are trying to answer when assessing a candidate during the interview process. Do they have the right skills and are they the…
By Gary Hinde, Toronto Technology Recruiter The work world continues to change at an alarming pace. Just think of all the new roles and skills common today that didn’t exist or were in their infancy…
LinkedIn recently unveiled the top skills that they believe can get you hired in 2017. Based on their data, they have put together a list of the top 10 skills that are in demand globally and top skills by country.
The skills employers seek are ever-evolving. While core skills such as effective communication, project management, people skills, and skills that are specific to your career specialization will always be a requirement, there is an ongoing change in other skills that companies want from job candidates.
Being the right candidate for the job is about more than where you went to school and the skills you currently have. New skills can be taught, and training can make up for many skill or process-related shortcomings. Increasingly, companies are looking for financial job candidates who fit within their organizational culture.