What’s the most surprising thing about resumes discovered in an extended study of the hiring practices of those who pick exceptional employees?

George Anders, a business journalist and author of “The Rare Find” discovered during his 30 years of research that the executives who hire the top employees pay far more attention to the “incidental” comments at the end of a resume than to the rest of the resume. They told him that these comments usually provide the best clues about the personality of the candidate, which are what most interests these executives.


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