Introducing: Coached by Scouted
Coached by Scouted is how we can best help companies manage layoffs with empathy and compassion, and help job-seekers get back on their feet as soon as possible. At its heart, Coached by Scouted is career coaching for humans.
By Team Scouted in Candidates
How to Reschedule a Job Interview
Once you realize you’ll need to reschedule, it’s important to connect with the right people and let them know as soon as possible. The sooner you’re able to reschedule your interview, the more prepared and on top of things you’ll seem.
How To Think About Compensation As You Look For A Job
Compensation is the question on everyone's mind as they search and interview for a new job. Here are some tips for how to research and think about salary as you enter negotiations for a new job.
By Mark Weyland in Candidates
COVID-19 and You. What Are Your Next Steps?
If you’re still wondering what's happening with your job/job search/the world in general, we’ve come up with a list of suggested first steps for you to take during this transition. Hopefully, they’ll provide some direction and clarity and be helpful to you in the days to come.
The Scouted Virtual Interview is now Optional
It's now easier than ever to apply to jobs on Scouted!
By Jacqueline Loeb in Candidates
How to Withdraw from Consideration for a Job (with Sample Letter)
Need to withdraw from consideration for a job? Learn how to here, from any stage in the hiring process.
What to Do When You’re Waiting on a Job Offer
A few tips for what you can do while you're waiting to hear back about a job.
Why you should start your job search with companies, not job titles
Why not start your job search with the company? Essentially, what we mean by this is that candidates should narrow down a shortlist of companies you’d ideally like to work for rather than job titles. Doing this can essentially change the entire feel of your job search and might even help you land a great job. Here’s why.
This Small Interview Mistake Will Keep You From Getting the Job
As candidates, it can be easy to think that if your resume and past experience align with a job description, then you're checking all the boxes on the hiring managers’ list. But that's not always the case.
How to Answer: What’s Your Desired Salary?
The dreaded job interview question. Here's how to come up with your answer.
5 of Our Favorite Interview Tips from Career Coaches
Need some great interview advice? Read our compilation here.