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Is being single an advantage for professionals?

Career & Success

Admittedly, recruiters prefer singles because of their availability, flexibility and productivity. However, mistrust begins to emerge among these recruiters who accuse certain celibates of instability.

Updated on October 16, 2020, Seytoo
Is being single an advantage for professionals?

To succeed in their professional life, some people put their sentimental life in the background.

As a result, women and men find themselves in their late thirties, and still in search of a soul mate. For this category, the problem is strictly ideological and psychological because, their financial means are generally satisfactory. And the more time passes, the more demanding they become. They invest themselves tirelessly in their professional life which becomes their only reason for living.

When celibacy is not a choice, waiting for the magical encounter creates a situation that is generally experienced with bitterness, especially in a society that remains traditional despite the openness to the Western world. At this level, a question arises: how serene will this bachelor be professionally when he experiences this malaise?

Admittedly, recruiters prefer singles because of their availability, flexibility and productivity. However, mistrust begins to emerge among these recruiters who accuse certain celibates of instability.

According to sociologists, married women and men who have material commitments do not try to change jobs at the slightest problem. Thus, the employer can count on their loyalty, despite the constraints of the work required.

Recruitment specialists say that judging a candidate based on their family situation is discrimination.

However, the choices remain in most cases subjective and many recruiters ask questions about the job seeker's personal life. This reveals the importance of this aspect.

Far from prejudice based on personal appreciation, single, married, divorced or widowed women and men demonstrate great professionalism. Personality traits and competence are more important than family status. Recruiters to "chase the right head"!


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