If you want to get the job done, you’re going to have to keep the company’s brand alive, says the head of a software company in a story that has become the latest casualty of the US presidential election.

A survey of companies by the consulting firm McKinsey found that, in the last three months, the percentage of their jobs being held by people who had no experience with the job jumped to a whopping 59 per cent, up from 49 per cent the previous quarter.

It also showed that in the next 12 months, a third of US companies said that people with no experience would be their first hires.

The findings are the latest salvo in the debate over whether it is a good idea for a company to hire people who have no experience.

They echo a chorus of warnings from business leaders across the country, with companies like Google and Microsoft being forced to take a harder line on hiring candidates with less experience.

A McKinsey survey of 1,000 US firms found that more than a third had no idea how to get a hiring manager to understand that a candidate’s skills were the most valuable attributes. 

A majority of respondents said they did not know how to hire a senior executive who had been fired because they did a poor job.

The survey also found that nearly a third said they had no clear rules or guidelines for how to deal with candidates who are hired and promoted without having a strong understanding of their capabilities and experience.

In a series of tweets, Mr Trump has sought to reassure business leaders that he is not advocating a “rigged system”.

“You have people coming into the room and saying, ‘Oh, I am so impressed by your product and it is so great, I love this product. 

‘But I have never met a CEO who has never been a leader, and I am not going to do that,” Mr Trump said on Friday.”

I am not even going to ask.

But I will do it, because I think it is really important to make sure we have a really strong, really strong country, and a strong country is going to win and I think that is what we need to do.”

Mr Trump, who has promised to “make America great again”, has also vowed to overhaul the US’s immigration system and bring back “the jobs that left”, saying that the country is “going to be in the business of rebuilding our economy”.

“I’m going to make America great, and we’re going be in it,” Mr Trumps tweets.

“We’re going back to being the country that built things and built it well, and then people come in and they build things and they bring them back.

That’s what I’m talking about.

We’re going make America GREAT again.”‘

We’re a lot more confident’The survey of 2,000 firms by McKinsey showed that more respondents said their companies are “a lot more” confident about hiring.

“It’s not about people not knowing what they are supposed to do,” said Scott Erikson, chief executive of the Software Development Academy, which is based in New York.

“There are a lot of things that people do.

They are good at what they do, but they do it in a way that’s not really known, and they are very conscious of that.”

He said many people with less than a high school education and no experience were taking the job.

“A lot of people with college degrees, a lot and not much experience, are just looking for jobs, because they know they don’t know what they’re doing,” Mr Eriksons said.

“The people who are in high school or college don’t necessarily know what’s going on, or they don ‘know’, but they’re not really very good at figuring out what’s right and wrong.”

The report also found strong optimism about the future.

Almost all respondents said that their company had an employee with at least two years’ experience who is a leader in their field.

Only about one in 10 said they were unsure if they would hire someone with more than two years of experience.

More than one in five said they would be less likely to hire someone who had not worked at a company for more than 10 years. 

“You just can’t just rely on somebody with a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree and a Ph.

D. degree,” said Eriksson.”

That doesn’t work in any circumstances, because it’s not something that will help you become a leader.”

The survey came just a week after Mr Trump signed an executive order that would have dramatically cut the number of immigrants allowed into the US.

It had been signed in response to the death of Kate Steinle, a 22-year-old immigrant from Mexico who was shot dead in San Francisco on 25 July, 2015.

The new executive order, signed on Thursday, would have slashed the number by half for people with certain criminal convictions, who have been in the US for at least five years,