job candidate

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Noun1.job candidate - an applicant who is being considered for a job
applicant, applier - a person who requests or seeks something such as assistance or employment or admission
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The VR counselor, who is central to coordinating the services that prepare the entering job candidate for permanent employment, must serve as educator, advocate, referral source, case manager, and general resource for this candidate.
A survey of 2,000 bosses revealed that many made a judgment on a job candidate as soon as they walked into a room because of the clothes they were wearing - or almost wearing.
Express asked, 'Which of these behaviors have you witnessed from a job candidate during an interview?" Respondents were able to choose multiple answers: 85% report a job candidate "showing up late"; 83%, with "inappropriate clothing"; 49%, using "inappropriate language"; 48%, "eating or chewing gum"; 39%, "responding to text messages"; 37%, "answering a phone call"; 31%, "bringing a child into the interview"; 30%, bringing a friend into the interview"; 26%, "bringing a parent into the interview"; 24%, being "under the influence" of drugs or alcohol.
Nonetheless, you have the opportunity that a job candidate may need to wait much much much longer, but such events do perhaps maybe perhaps perhaps not occur usually.
A doctor at the Government Hospital Korangi was caught red-handed while sexually harassing a female job candidate. It may be noted here that it was not first such incident reported at Korangi Hospital as a 19-year-old girl was reportedly raped and murdered last month.
While browsing Twitter recently, I came across a post that suggested an innovative interview technique: Take a job candidate out for a lunch interview, then secretly ask the server to intentionally mess up the candidate's order.
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The data from the survey correlates with what my company's recruiters hear from their job candidate clients and employers every day--many job-seekers are motivated by much more than just a good paycheck.
One job candidate asked Vaillancourt about the school's pending lawsuits.
Security vetting is a means of judging a job candidate's past mistakes, character, and fitness.
"Think about training the perfect job candidate, and train your interns the same way."