Last quarter felt like it lasted a lifetime. We tried to help people sort through the economic fallout with some helpful content on finding jobs, negotiation, and more.
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If you find yourself looking for a job, here are some suggestions and resources to get ahead in a down economy.
There’s a right way and wrong way to explain past employers on your resume. Our recruiting manager Scott Beardsley offers some tips and advice for how to approach this.
One of the biggest red flags on a candidate’s resume is a choppy work history. We offer some advice to distinguish between job leapers and job hoppers.
Companies who are making a permanent move to remote work are wrestling with the question of how to adjust their remote employees’ salaries. We examine how to approach compensation for distributed workforces.
Over the years, we’ve seen thousands of resumes for hundreds of job types. We’ve boiled down our observations into the following takeaways.
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