Landing A Job You’re Not Qualified For | mywhirld
As formal and well planned as the business world may look, in reality it can be quite chaotic on the inside. Critical decisions often get less thought than they really require. It's easy think that hiring managers actually know what they need when they write the brief for job vacancies. The truth is somewhat closer to throwing spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks. In fact, they may need someone completely different from the person they describe as the 'ideal candidate'. That leaves you looking at a job you're not qualified for, on paper at least. In reality, you may be supremely well qualified for the job! I don’t blame you if you're a bit confused but all will become clear. HR people accept that the standard process for creating a job spec is flawed but it's a process we're all used to. It was adopted back in the 1940s, and is still very much in use today. Today’s job vacancy briefs are created by writing down a list of Essential Requirements that somebody effectively pulls out of