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Learn to Screen Job Candidates for Transferable Skills

Consider how your organization can demonstrate superb flexibility

Whether your goal is to hire the new boss or to bring in an entry-level employee, life is hard out there for a recruiter.

It's an applicant's market, and you may need to get creative about what exactly you want, at a time when the job pool is made up of candidates who might not have the industry-specific experience or level of education that you're seeking.

However, there’s still room to make a situation like this work. (After all, not having a bachelor’s degree is no longer the negative it used to be.) It just means you might need to rethink your approach to assessing whether someone could be a good fit for a given role—an approach called transferable skills.

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