Unless there is a change in priorities and policies, universities and businesses in the United States will begin to experience issues successfully attracting the talent that is needed for building quantum technology, which is something that may make today’s modern computers seem like a child’s toy.
Searching for a job often feels like a full-time job. You often have to spend hours on a job search that can lead to feelings of frustration, resentment, and stress as one application gets rejected after another or they simply go unnoticed. The truth is, looking for work in 2019 can seem depressing. But is this really the reality?
So, you’re in the market for a new job. Eager to find the perfect new position, you make your way through all of the internet job boards. Realizing that competition has made the job search tougher than expected, you stop scrolling past seemingly mediocre opportunities and begin applying to anything that matches your experience and abilities.
With historically low unemployment rates, employers are now focusing on hiring for potential employees with developing digital sophistication and flexibility.
It would be fabulous to sit across from someone and be able to read their mind. No game-playing, just the real deal of what they're looking for and whether they've decided you have it - or not. Luckily, you can prepare more than you realize.
Do you want to know what it is really like to work for a certain company? If so, you know you can’t just ask a recruiter “what’s the company culture like?” Not only does the term “company culture” cover quite a few different things, but the ability to sum it up in a single answer also is virtually impossible and will probably not result in a marketing-approved, polished answer than a more candid discussion.