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A new survey has found that hiring managers and recruiters believe it is easier to place a candidate who has a job — but who also has a criminal record — than a person who has been unemployed for more than two years.
Bullhorn, the recruiting software company, conducted an anonymous survey of 1,500 recruiting and hiring managers last month and asked them to rate the difficulty of placing certain candidates on a scale from 1 to 5. The company found that 44 percent of respondents rated candidates who had been unemployed for two years or more as a five: meaning “very difficult” to place. Forty-three percent rated those candidates a four, which indicated “difficult” to place.
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