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Originally posted by ModernAcademia
It's somewhat wrong, but it's more bold than wrong
I have been on the IT recruiting side myself
And when I looked at candidate's resumes there's too many holes
Too many resumes with gaps in their employment, I did not consider those
I wasn't necessarily skipping candidates unemployed and looking for jobs, but rather people who have a tendency to job hop, and job hoppers are unemployed often.
It's a though world man, that's why you always got to work and study hard!
There is no law prohibiting discrimination against the unemployed, though advocates said the practice could be illegal if it had a "disparate impact" on minority groups.
Originally posted by habfan1968
I have to be honest, if someone is not employed or has too many jobs on their CV they go to the bottom of the pile...
1) You got fired 2) You quit your job without another job lined up...aka...you left in a hurry.