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    The meaning of "value personality above experience or qualifications"

    What is the meaning of the following sentence .

    Many employers value personality above experience or qualifications.

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    Re: The meaning of "value personality above experience or qualifications"

    Quote Originally Posted by Shamsiyan View Post
    What is the meaning of the following sentence .

    Many employers value personality above experience or qualifications.
    It's straigntforward. Employers place more value/importance on candidates' personality than on the work experience they have had or on any qualifications they may have gained.

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    Re: The meaning of "value personality above experience or qualifications"

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    Just as:

    Many voters value personality above experience or qualifications.

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    Re: The meaning of "value personality above experience or qualifications"

    I.e. character counts more than current knowledge, as you can train a good person to be more knowledgeable, but can't train a knowledgeable person to have character.

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