About Emily Fu

Emily Fu

Emily Fu is a writer and marketer at Indeed. She has a BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas at Austin.

Recent Articles by Emily

Seven Can’t-Miss Sessions at Indeed Interactive 2019

Seven sessions you can't miss at Indeed Interactive 2019.

Indeed Interactive 2019 will be held May 13-15 in Austin, Texas — and this year, it’s going to be bigger and better than ever. Aimed at talent-acquisition and -management professionals, our conference features an informative lineup of sessions from subject-matter experts in a variety of industries.

See the full agenda here.

This year, you’ll learn to solve “The Talent Equation” …

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REPORT: What Are the Most Popular Jobs Among Entry-Level Job Seekers?

The class of 2018 is entering the workforce at an interesting—and exciting—time. Unemployment is at its lowest rate in years, and new technology is disrupting multiple industries.

As a result, today’s entry-level job seekers are embarking on careers that in many cases will prove both rewarding and surprising, as new pathways open up and old ones take on different …

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: How Indeed Analytics Can Help You Get the Most from Your Job Postings

Work smarter, not harder with Indeed Analytics

As an employer, you’ve probably encountered baffling situations now and then that you can’t explain—such as posting a high quality job with a great salary and benefits, only to receive few candidate applications.

Sound familiar? It’s frustrating when you don’t understand what’s going on with your jobs. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could understand and learn more about them …

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Back to School Spotlight: Where Does a Teacher’s Salary Stretch the Furthest?

Where teaching pays the most

Teachers have the power to positively influence their students and encourage them to pursue their interests and dreams. In fact, according to Malcolm Gladwell, teaching is in many ways the “model profession of the 21st century”. After all, teachers need to blend leadership, social and cognitive skills, while being adaptable and opening themselves up to new bodies of knowledge. …

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