Wanted is an innovative U.S. based startup working towards transparency and equality in the U.S. job market.
I assisted Wanted with writing a few blog posts upon the launch of their blog.
Our Mission to Create a Transparent Job Market
To make a business successful, you need to have the right employees. Employees that are qualified to do their job, but also employees that are happy and satisfied in their job. This makes hiring and retaining top talent a critical component to the success of organizations. But we’ve found a major flaw in the recruitment process and it all comes down to the lack of transparency.
The Key to Job Hunting on the Sly
Job hunting can be extremely stressful. Between searching through job vacancy boards to putting together a killer résumé, compiling a winning cover letter, sending applications, following up on applications, scheduling interviews and patiently waiting for feedback. Then there’s the most stressful of all, doing all of this without your current boss noticing.
5 Examples of Good Cover Letters
Your cover letter is your first impression when applying for a job. In many cases it’s your make or break moment.
And in this ultra-competitive job market, it’s not good enough to quickly whip together a few generic paragraphs on why you are the best person for the job. You need to put a little bit more thought into each cover letter that you send.