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Finding a job is a life-changing moment. However, getting to that point involves a lot of hard work and planning for a job seeker. As a comprehensive search engine for jobs, Indeed has helped millions of people find their dream job. Learn how to make the most the job search process with help from the experts at Indeed.

The Best Places to Work in Canada 2017

Today we live in an age of transparency, where online company reviews can greatly influence a job seeker’s decision about where to apply. With more information than ever at their fingertips, candidates have access to insider perspectives on a company’s culture, compensation, advancement opportunities, management and more.

But employee reviews aren’t just useful for applicants. They can also help company …

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Video: Humanizing Technology for a Better Candidate Experience

When it comes to the the impact of technology on recruiting, it seems that job seekers have seriously mixed emotions. According to a recent survey conducted on behalf of Indeed, 58% of people agree that technology makes it easier to apply for a job — but 52% also say technology makes the recruiting process more isolating and impersonal. (1)

There’s …

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Land the Job You Want with the Indeed Career Guide

We’ve all been there — lost in the shuffle of a job search. Sometimes we’re searching for our next role while employed in a position we’ve decided to leave. Other times we’re on the hunt while unemployed altogether, be it post graduation or after a position comes to an end. While one scenario usually proves more stressful than the other, …

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Indeed Everywhere: Why Jargon in Job Ads Could Be Costing You Talent

Reporters from around the globe rely on Indeed to provide them with unique data and unparalleled insights. Here are some of our recent hits.

Confusing your candidates is not an effective hiring strategy

Having trouble attracting young job seekers? Take a look at your job descriptions and see if you’re using too much jargon.

According to a study conducted by …

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