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We're quickly headed toward a future in which college students will either be super achievers or unprepared for the workplace. At least that's according to dueling op-ed pieces in two of our nation's most influential newspapers on Sunday.
A HR recruiter for a top law firm received around 2,000 applications during one hiring year. For every wave of a few hundred applicants, he chose fifteen to interview. And out of those interviewees, he extended a job offer to one person.