Indeed Everywhere: How to Tackle Tricky Interview Questions, the Rise in Seasonal Job Postings and More

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How to respond to tricky interview questions

Got a job interview coming up? Here’s a tip: Take some time to self-reflect on your experiences when preparing for your interview. This allows you to understand yourself better, …

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Employer Brand vs. Talent Brand: Why the Difference Matters

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Maybe you’ve heard (or even used) the term “employer brand” without being completely sure what it means and how it’s different from the concept of “talent brand.” If so, I won’t tell anyone—and I’m here to help clear things up.

Coined in 1996, employer brand is a relatively new niche that falls under the larger umbrella of talent attraction. While …

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Introducing Indeed’s New Campaign: Search for Greatness

For many of us, after family and health, a job is the most important thing in our lives. Not only does it provide a livelihood, but it connects us to others and helps us all have an impact in the world.

In an ideal world, then, opportunities should be available to all based on their skills and abilities.  

We at …

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Focus On Nursing: A High Demand, High Growth Job of the Future

If you’re looking for a job of the future, then nursing is one of the strongest candidates out there. Although some aspects of the role may be susceptible to automation—in Japan scientists have developed a robot that can hand out medication and collect records—the central importance of empathy and advanced motor skills to nursing jobs makes it highly unlikely that …

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4 Tips for Getting Great Results from Your Career Page

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We’ve all been there—looking for openings on a company’s site only to find a poorly designed and out of date career page, possibly with a lone job on it that expired three months ago.

What’s the only thing missing from this experience? A tumbleweed blowing past and a lonely crow cawing in a tree overhead, as if to say: “Abandon …

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