Is Motivation or Qualifications Most Important in a Candidate?

Roy Maurer
One-third of nearly 500 executives surveyed in August 2015 said a candidate's motivations and drivers are the most important factor when sourcing for open positions. Respondents chose a candidate's skill set as the next most important factor (27 %), followed by past experiences (24 %), and then traits such as assertiveness and confidence (16 %). None of the respondents believed the college the candidate attended or the degree he or she attained was most important, according to the survey released by Futurestep.   
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