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The 6 Stereotypical Millennial Candidates & Ways to Coach Them

Posted by James Patrick Kahler on November 6, 2014

Have you ever seen a preview for a movie before? Of course you have (If you’re reading a blog on the internet, then there’s a good chance you’ve seen plenty of previews). Anyways, I’m sure you’re like me when I say it usually only takes me a matter of seconds within seeing a preview to decide whether or not I will want to see the movie. The same can be said about conducting interviews.  bad_candidates_mini

According to the article “First Impressions” published in Psychological Science, two psychologists said that it only takes a tenth of a second for a person to make an impression from a stranger’s face—or in our case, a candidate’s face. Nevertheless, this sets up disaster for those who believe in and act upon certain stereotypes.

The 6 Stereotypical Millennial Candidates & Ways To Coach Them is our new eBook that touches on recognizing the common labels these young professionals receive during interviews, as well as how to coach them to become successful employees who will stick around for the long-run.

While reading this insightful eBook, we are confident you will:

  • Be able to identify the typical, unfair stereotypes of millennial candidates
  • Enjoy the fun profiles of these stereotypical candidates while learning how to properly lead them towards a successful career within your company
  • Gather useful facts from scholarly reports conducted by several esteemed psychologists
  • Find the list, of personality traits of candidates you should hire, to be very helpful along with specific coaching tips

Check out our finest eBook yet by clicking on the guide below. Don’t worry; this one is free so it’s on us. Enjoy! 

Millennials You Don't Want to Hire


Fresh Perspectives New Ideas, Personality Assessments, Hiring Millennials, Hiring Tips

James Patrick Kahler

About the Author

James Patrick Kahler is Hireology’s Copywriter & Content Specialist. He is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has over four years of professional experience writing for various industries. Outside of the office (and sometimes inside), he has a passion for comedy, advertising and his Cleveland sports teams…all of them.