- 55 percent say executives with 25 to 40 years of experience should include only the last 15 to 20 years on their résumés.
- 74 percent say if a candidate had a very short period of employment with a company (one to three months sometime within the past five years of his/her work history), the candidate should briefly list the reason for leaving these short stints.
- 78 percent say if a graduate degree is requested an otherwise qualified candidate would still be considered for an interview.
- 33 percent say companies are less focused on age than in prior years.
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