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The Best Job Apps to Use for Your Next Job Search

Indeed.com This is probably the app that I use the most and I absolutely love it. Indeed launched in November of 2004 and as of October 2010, passed Monster.com to become the highest-traffic job website in the United States.  The thing I like about Indeed over Monster, is that once I create a profile on Indeed, I don’t have a million and one random people from different sales company trying to get me to become a sales/insurance person because they saw my resume and thought I would be a great fit.  On indeed, you can apply directly to jobs on…

Making Your Profile Photo on LinkedIn Visible to Only Connections for POC

As an active job seeker within Talent Acquisition/Human Resources, I’ve discovered that finding a job, is a job itself.  You see so many people on your LinkedIn feed, people at your current job or peers via social media who are consistently getting new jobs or promotions at work.  I was having a recent conversation with a co-worker of mine, as we both have been looking for a new job.  One thing I have noticed is that a recruiter would reach out to me via e-mail for my availability because they liked my resume and once I replied back I did…

Job Hopping

Indeed, LinkedIn and Glassdoor are probably the top three sites I stroll through the most.  More than Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  I wake up and religiously look at any new jobs that are currently available in the Greater Nashville Area.  I have no idea why I do this but I do.  Even when I’ve only been at a job for a week.  While in LA, I probably applied to over 100 or so jobs.  I liked both of my jobs, but I think I kept searching and searching because I was in contract roles and I wanted a full-time job…