Tips for calming employer concerns over "fit"

12/3/2013 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

If an employer tells a job seeker he isn't a good "fit" for the position, the candidate should ask why, workplace columnist Mildred Culp writes. Culp offers advice from career experts who say employers may have preconceived notions about candidates from reading their resumes, but by delving deeper, job seekers may be able to quell those concerns. If not, other experts say candidates may need to do a self-assessment of their own work and personal style to increase self-awareness.

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