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Deciphering Hidden Biases During Interviews

NPR | March 6, 2013 8:18 a.m.

Contributed By:

Steve Inskeep, Shankar Vedantam

Research suggests the timing of an applicant’s interview, whether it’s for a job or admittance to a school, may determine the outcome of that interview. A new study shows that interviewers who have seen a string of strong candidates are more likely to view the next applicant negatively.

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