About Liz Lewis

Liz Lewis

Liz Lewis is a writer and researcher at Indeed. She holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin, an MA from the University of Chicago, and a BA from Carleton College. Liz has extensive training in qualitative research methods and the social sciences, with a focus on how culture shapes work, well-being, and daily life.

Recent Articles by Liz

Who You Gonna Call? How to Stop Ghosting in its Tracks

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In our series for Indeed’s Ghosting Week, we’ve explored how, when and why job seekers ghost employers during the hiring process. Now it’s time to stop ghosting in its tracks. In this final post, we’ll take everything we’ve learned and transform it into action — offering easy-to-implement, research-based strategies you can use to prevent ghosting.  

You may be thinking, “Isn’t …

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Women in Trucking: How They’re Disrupting the Industry

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A plentiful job market may sound like great news for everyone — but while low unemployment benefits job seekers, it can actually hurt industries facing worker shortages, such as trucking. These companies are now struggling to fill open positions and prepare for future growth. 

Trucking’s challenges demand new approaches to hiring, such as venturing outside the traditional talent pool. While …

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How to Help Working Parents Beat Back-to-School Blues

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Summer is synonymous with good times; days at the pool, slow paces and vacations bring a much-needed break from the rest of the year. But all good things must come to a close, and the end of summer can be particularly challenging for working parents. From managing new schedules to securing child care and attending classroom events, they often find …

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