Tonight’s Mega Millions Lottery has skyrocketed to a whopping $970 million. Of course, you already know they’re not going to bring you a check for $970,000,000, rather, you’ll have that paid out to you over time.
The other option, the best option, is to take the lump sum. Unfortunately you’ll only get about $550 million and then $300 million after taxes. Back to ramen noodles and RC Cola on that budget.
All joking aside, $970mil is the second highest payout of all time.
When researching the odds of winning the lottery, I stumbled upon some interesting recruiting odds as well. Ready for this? The national average for hiring accuracy is 50%. That means 1 out of 2 hires will turn out to be a dud.
Research shows that if you ask a hiring manager, 12 months after a hire, “are you happy that you hired that person?” their answer will be NO half of the time. That is ridiculous.
I started thinking about the other areas within a company that would fail miserably with a 50% success rate. Which is damn near everything.
Here’s the sad part, most hiring managers don’t really know what the perfect candidate even looks like. It’s really a flip of a coin in some cases.
Here at Crawford Thomas Recruiting, we don’t want you to be a part of that statistic.
Take 2 minutes out of your day and watch this: https://youtu.be/iA8A5Pspplc
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