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'Fundamental difference' between male & female candidates
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'Fundamental difference' between male & female candidates

Is there a difference between male and female candidates? According to a recruiter who has placed over 750 candidates during her career there are ‘fundamental’ gender differences when it comes to bagging a top job.

Susie Cummings, Founder and CEO of digital Board recruitment platform, Nurole, told CRN: "Men will put themselves forward for any role, whether they meet the required and desired competencies or not."

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