The traditional resume is far from perfect. It’s essentially a piece of paper that lists the places you worked at many moons ago. But apart from the occasional curveball resume that really stands out from the crowd, it’s what all...
Think you have what it takes to help curate what’s Notable in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Calgary? Then you’re going to want to keep reading. We’re on the hunt for a new Notable team member to work out of our Toronto office, aka the Notable Lounge. If you win, you won’t just get the job, you’ll also get a sweet title: Social Content Creator. (Oh, and a competitive salary too)
Getting your foot in the door at Google may be less complicated than you think. In a recent New York Times interview by Thomas Friedman, Google’s Senior Vice President of People Operations, Laszlo Bock, revealed that the hiring process is now quite simple and traditional. Oh, and don't de-value your liberal arts degree
We’d never encourage a quitter’s attitude, but the reality is some young professionals simply need to move on from their current job for greener pastures elsewhere. Whether you can’t shake that never-ending burnout, or simply feel like your skills would offer more in a different field, a new year is the most inspirational time for making life-changing decisions. And it looks like 2014 is no exception