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Why are you frustrated with online job search?

We’ve been working hard to provide the first candidate based tool for job search. In effect, we think the entire current model is backwards. Jobs should be finding candidates instead of the other way around.

As part of this effort, we have spoken with hundreds of professionals about their experience and frustration with current job search. The feedback has been remarkably consistent with the key points being:

1.) Searching for jobs with current tools is…

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Added by Kate on March 31, 2015 at 2:48pm — No Comments

7 Job Search Tips for Currently Employed Professionals

You’re a busy professional. You don’t have time to look for a new job but you want to also want to make sure you don’t miss out on any potentially great job opportunities. Job boards and similar sites are tedious and time-consuming while social networks subject. So what is the best way to go about finding new job opportunities if you are currently employed?

1. Respect Your Current Employer’s Time

One thing you should not do is conduct any sort of job search…

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Added by Kate on March 20, 2015 at 11:41am — No Comments

Job search is now a permanent affair!

According to the US BLS, an average professional stays in a job 4.4 years and is going to have 15-20 jobs over the course of their career. One has only to spend some time looking at profiles on LinkedIn to see this change in effect. Look at a professional's last 10-15 years of their career to see them holding many positions. Compare that to the immediate ten years prior when you may see they held only one or two other positions.

I am an example of this. In the last ten years, I have…

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Added by Kate on March 19, 2015 at 10:13am — No Comments

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