Sept. 12, 2023, 12:12 p.m. | /u/Beneficial_Space9001

Data Science

At my company, I've listened in on some interviews and am seeing candidates get penalised because they didn't have the charisma of Saul Goodman right off the bat. They objectively knew their stuff, arguably more than other candidates, but weren't even making it to the technical interview stages because of this.

I'm speaking anecdotally here, but I'm also hearing similar things being done in other companies. It seems as long as some baseline technical pre-requisite is met, the main factor …

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