Strategies to Be a Better Candidate

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With the high unemployment rate and all the hours you’ve spent on your job search, isn’t it hard to believe employers are complaining that there’s a shortage of workers?

Peter Cappelli, professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania and director of the Wharton School Center for Human Resources, argues that employers should stop whining about the shortage of workers and do something about it, such as offering to train newly hired workers.

But he also offers 3 tips for how you, the candidate, can become a more viable prospect. Read about these strategies and see if they might work for you.

Originally published on jobs.aol.com by David Schepp.

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