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  • Give the unemployed a second chance

    CNN - 01/19/2015

    With three unemployed workers for every job opening, employers can be selective. In startling research, Rand Ghayad, a labor economist at Northeastern University, found that prospective employers consistently threw out resumes of applicants with a recent stint of unemployment in favor of applicants with consistent work histories — even applicants with less education or no relevant work experience.

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