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.
How to optimize your resume to get past digital screening tools
Don't want your resume to get stopped by an ATS (applicant tracking system)? Read below for our tips on how to make it through!
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.
7 Companies That Make Health & Fitness a Priority
Here are 7 companies whose benefits include some awesome health and wellness perks--from nap rooms, to mindfulness zones, to onsite basketball courts.
How to quit a job the best way possible
We have a few tips below on how to leave a job gracefully. Take a look before writing up your resignation letter, you don’t want to miss something important.
How To Explain Long-Term Unemployment
Our very own tips to survive being unemployed and come out on the other side with a job you love.
By Katherine Packer in Candidates
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.
How Long Should You Stay at a Job?
Don't want to be a "job hopper"? Read this to see how long you should stay at your job.
5 Skills Every Person Who Works at a Startup Needs
Read this for some of the best traits that will help you go far in the startup world and see for yourself if you’re the right one for the job.
Why You’re Getting Ghosted During Your Job Search
Don't get spooked if you feel ghosted after an interview. There might be a perfectly reasonable explanation.
How to Respond to A Job Rejection Email
Being rejected from a job is an emotional experience, especially if you really wanted to work for that employer. It might be tempting to respond with frustration, but it’s always better not to burn bridges. Instead, remember these three things: