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Megan Ritter

Megan Ritter

Megan Ritter is USC graduate student and has worked for various online marketing firms and financial institutions.
Megan Ritter

Megan Ritter

Megan Ritter is USC graduate student and has worked for various online marketing firms and financial institutions.

What To Look For When Hiring Entry to Mid-Level Employees

It can be difficult to hire for entry-level and mid-level positions because candidates may not have a long list of former employers or jobs that can truly represent their ability to perform the tasks a new employer is looking for. In some cases a leap of faith is needed when hiring at these levels. Even so, this leap doesn’t have to be done totally blind. Employers can look for a pattern of ability and success in other areas and apply this knowledge to the current job opening. So, what should companies be looking for when hiring new entry- to mid-level employees?

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