Tell Job Applicants The Odds Of Success – A Small First Step Toward Recruiting Honesty

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Getting a job at Google can be 10X harder than getting into Harvard!

Like most corporations, Google keeps its outrageous odds of success a secret. In fact, almost every other firm keeps their applicant success ratio a secret. So, most applicants have no way of knowing that their chances of getting a job are often extremely small (Note: Glassdoor.com reports that the average success ratio can in some years be as high as 250 to 1).

Unfortunately, in a corporate world that is increasingly advocating transparency. No one in corporate recruiting seems willing to reveal precisely why employers

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