Hiring | Internship requires candidate with 'impossible' levels of experience

Internship requires candidate with 'impossible' levels of experience

When recruiting for a role, employers are likely to want as many skills and as much previous work experience as a candidate can offer. Not only will this make them a more valuable hire, it is likely to have huge benefits for the employer’s business.

However, when looking to fill an internship, jobseekers may assume that, as an internship is considered as an entry-level job, the candidate expectations would be lowered.

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