What makes the difference is not the experience, but its derivative

Miguel González-Fierro
May 17, 2014

When somebody is looking for a job, the first question the employer asks the candidate is how many years of experience do you have. The candidate's salary is usually calculated in relation to the number of years of experience. Furthermore, we are used to assume that the more experience somebody has, the more suitable he or she is for the job. We take that for granted. However, is really the experience what makes the difference?


experience; rate of change; startups

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