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Recent Articles by Indeed Editorial

Prepare and Respect: How to Provide a Positive Candidate Experience

How to provide a good candidate experience

Looking for a job is stressful. From going to interviews to choosing the right position, the application and recruiting process is costly in both time and effort. To make matters worse, after all this work, many job seekers never hear back from employers; sometimes it seems that their applications simply disappear into a “black hole.”

With unemployment near

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The Best Jobs in the U.S.: 2019

Here are Indeed's best jobs of 2019.

Which sounds more like your perfect job: managing a construction team, or analyzing high-volume data sets? Everyone will have a unique answer. However you define it, two factors are universally important: there need to be open positions, and they need to have appealing salaries. 

Job seekers can focus their efforts by knowing which industries and job titles offer the most …

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How to Train for Grit: Transform Potential with These Targeted Strategies

Anyone can train for grit and develop the skill.

Soft skills are often assumed to be inherent traits; either someone has them or they don’t, right? Wrong! A growing body of research shows that people can be trained to develop personal and behavioral attributes.  

Grit — the powerful combination of passion and perseverance — is a strong predictor of future success, and it’s just one of the many …

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Improve Candidate Quality: 3 Steps to Finding the Best Fit for Your Role

Improve your candidate quality when hiring with these steps.

The candidate looked good on paper, said all the right things during your interviews and received favorable references. So you offered them the job, they accepted and you celebrated. Exciting, right? But to your disappointment, when onboarding was over and your new hire started working, they simply couldn’t deliver on the potential they conveyed during the hiring process.

Finding the …

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