Thursday, October 2, 2008

Which applicant would you hire as an employer?

You are an employer looking to hire a new employee. You have 2 applicants. Applicant A has a poor attendance record at his previous job (He only showed up for work about 36% of the time (a little less than 2 days out of every 5 day work week) compared to applicant B who had a 98.3% attendance record.

As a student, applicant A finished 894th out of 899 - that is the bottom 1% of his class. Applicant B graduated magna cum laude from Harvard law school in addition to holding a B.A. in political science with a specialization in international relations

Applicant A has a history of being reckless with his employers property resulting in destruction and loss of millions of dollars of the employers poperty

As an employer, Applicant B stands out in not only reliability, but in responsibility, accountablilty, and intelligence. Applicant B also has taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School for twelve years, a State legislator for 7 years, a Senator for 2 1/2 years.

Applicant B is Barack Obama. Aplicant A is John McCain. On November 4th the American people will be chosing the aplicant for the position of their President. Beyond the talking points, beyond the wedge issues, you need to look at the candidates as potential employees, because they are.

Make a difference - Vote November 4th

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