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Why Employers Look For Purple Squirrels

A purple squirrel is rarely found in nature – that’s why recruiters use the term for candidates that have combinations of skill sets that are also rarely found. Learn 5 ways to respond to a multi-subject matter expert job description …

A purple squirrel is rarely found in nature – that’s why recruiters use
the term for candidates that have combinations of skill sets that are
also rarely found.

A purple squirrel is a C#, SQL, and ASP.net developer, who has financial
markets experience, and speaks German. His brother (also a purple
squirrel) is a Financial Analyst with SAP FICO, Hyperion, Excel Macro,
and VBA skills, Pharma experience, and has done some market research.

Learn 5 ways to respond to purple squirrel job descriptions …

Source: http://reCareered.blogspot.com

About the author

Phil Rosenberg is President of reCareered (http://www.reCareered.blogspot.com), a career coaching website. Phil runs the Career Change Central group (http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/1800872), one of Linkedin's largest groups for job seekers.

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