Welcome back to Meme Monday! Each Monday we’ll share a meme that teaches you a job search or career lesson. Have a great idea for your own meme? Create one (we use quickmeme.com), then submit it
91% of hiring managers screen job applicants on social media and 69% have rejected an applicant because of the findings. Those stats got me wondering — what exactly are job seekers posting that makes them
Searching for a job can be a nerve-wracking affair, and anxiety over interviewing is so intense for some that they are willing to remain unemployed or stay in jobs they hate rather than interview for
Interview questions are not as straightforward as they seem, and answering just one question incorrectly may put you out of the running for a job. The moral of the story? Be ready to read between
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We recently teamed up with Careerealism.com to hold this information-packed webinar for job seekers. In it, ZipRecruiter’s CEO, Ian Siegel, walks you through finding and landing your dream job. From the moment you decide to