Jump to content

orzel286

Verified Tanker [EU]
  • Content Count

    218
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    4

orzel286 last won the day on July 27 2019

orzel286 had the most liked content!

About orzel286

  • Rank
    Russian Bias Believer

Profile Information

  • Server
    EU

Recent Profile Visitors

47,653 profile views

Single Status Update

See all updates by orzel286

  1. Recruiters see unemployed person: Sleep.

    Recruiters see employed person: REAL SHIT

    Every time. Can someone explain this?

    1. Show previous comments  1 more
    2. Balthazars

      Balthazars

      It's a form of incumbency bias. Potential employers have a bias towards people who are currently employed, because the default proposition is that if you currently hold onto a job, you must be capable of performing that job to a certain extent, which means you should then be able to do the job that they want you to do. On the flip side, if you do not have a job, the default proposition is that there must be a reason that you do not have a job, which means that you may not be able to do the job that they want you to do. Also similar to another form of incumbency bias, which is the "we want someone with experience, but you have no experience, even though everyone starts without experience". Yes, this type of bias is pretty damned stupid, but it is especially prominent among 'professional recruiters' (an awful concept to begin with) who churn through hundreds, if not thousands of potential applicants to fill a handful of positions.

    3. Raj

      Raj

      why do they keep messaging me then? I have been a NEET for years now.

    4. CandyVanMan

      CandyVanMan

      They might assume someone is unemployed for a reason, it's kinda cruel, but at the same time logical. 
      Someone who's employed would seem like the safer bet, as they are most likely somewhat competent.

×
×
  • Create New...