You are missing out!
There is a talent pool ripe for the picking you are overlooking and dismissing too quickly. These talented people are already equipped with the skill-set needed to be successful as an Instructional Designer (ID).
Who are they? They are educators looking to join the corporate world using the experience and knowledge they already possess.
As a former public school teacher, it was difficult for me to break into the corporate world even though I already had the ID skills.
I encountered many companies that seem to lack an understanding of how an educator’s experience, education, and skill-set can easily transfer into the corporate ID world. Therefore, passing on very qualified candidates.
I’ve found flaws in your reasons for rejection. I challenge you to take a look at your reasons to say no and indulge me with my reasons to say yes.
Your Reasons for Rejection:
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