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Job titles aren’t that important

Matt Ferguson / April 24, 2013 / blogs.hbr.org

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Job titles aren’t that important

According to a recent study by CareerBuilder, companies could unknowingly be contributing to their own skills gap by only looking applicants with specific job titles. Matt Ferguson at the Harvard Business Review blog explores the study’s findings.

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