Busting a Few Recruitment Myths There are a handful of assumptions and beliefs within most professions that need to be examined from time to time for validity and accuracy. Assumptions can be very dangerous when they are swallowed without critical thought or current evidence. The medical profession assumed for years that ulcers were caused by stress and certain foods. It took a modestly qualified medical researcher in Australia to prove that they were caused by bacteria and could be cured with antibiotics. He spent fruitless years trying to persuade educated and experienced peers that they were wrong. No one listened because he was from an unknown hospital and a graduate of an unknown medical school which, in their minds, meant he was not qualified.
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