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Chapter 16. Reaching a Decision

Chapter 16. Reaching a Decision

At what point do interviewers make up their mind about a candidate? Many say that when someone is wrong for the job, they know within the first five minutes and any further discussion is simply a formality. In the majority of cases, this is how applicants are screened out. However, when an applicant is right for the job, the decision is rarely made that quickly.


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