It may seem like a minor detail, but vaccination status is an extremely important factor in the hiring process. One third of all U.S.-based resume recipients will not even read your document if it’s missing this information – so make sure you put down ” vaccinated” or they might just bin your application! You have been warned.
A whopping 63% admit that having proof on paper enhances their confidence with whom to select for future projects as well; next time someone asks ‘Do I need vaccine papers?’ simply say yes because there are no excuses nowadays when looking after yourself first means everything. 77% of hiring managers at companies with a mandatory vaccination policy prefer if applicants include their vaccination status on the resume.
A recent survey by ResumeBuilder.com, hiring managers in the computer and information technology industry found that vaccine status is critical to them. In fact, 78% of these employers prefer candidates who disclose their vaccination standing for this job field! Other career fields screening resumes screen out those without compliance too: food service, hospitality sector, and retail.
“It’s not surprising that some organizations will require employees to get vaccinated,” says Carolyn Kleinman, career coach and professional resume writer. “Workers in the healthcare industry typically work onsite so it makes sense for employers want preventative measures against COVID-19.”
When it comes to hiring, companies are more likely to hire individuals who have been inoculated. Sixty-nine percent of Hiring Managers say they will make a job offer based on vaccination status and 42% want vaccinated employees in their workplace!
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