Why enthusiasm matters more in interviews than education

11/13/2013 | Careerealism.com

Employers are looking for workers who are engaged and are a good fit with their organization, human resources consultant Jessica Simko writes. More often than not, it is those qualities -- not education or experience -- that make the difference for job candidates, she observes. "No matter how much education and relevant work experience you have, you really aren't the best person or a shoo-in for any job unless you really want to do it and it authentically shows in your interviews," Simko writes.

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