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How to Leverage Multiple Job Offers

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Finding a new job is like any budding romance, passions might be running high, but it’s usually assumed that both sides are still playing the field. If you happen to be a talented engineer or designer, it’s safe to assume that you’re in high demand and probably getting courted by your fair share of companies. The funny thing is that similar to dating, both sides often like to play it cool, pretending that they’re exclusively interested in each other. In the job search however, this can actually be a big mistake because you could be missing an opportunity to have companies recognize your full value.


Simply put, being in demand is never a bad a thing! By being humble and / or “respectful” by not advertising the fact that you’re in-talks with other companies, you might actually be sabotaging your chances to land the job you really want, at the compensation you deserve.

Transparency can go a long way: it can help you manage your time, (because you don’t need to be 007 and hide all the interviews you’re going to), and it can accelerate the time from interview to job offer, saving you countless hours and the effort a long, drawn out process. Read the rest of this entry »

Burnt Out Vs. Time for a Change

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It’s all too easy to fall into the trap of trying to move up the ladder, through trying to demonstrate your work ethic to managers and coworkers. While there’s certainly nothing wrong with that, it’s not always easy to recognize when this pattern has gone too far and has taken a turn for the worse. No matter how talented you are, we all work with the same 24 hour day, so it’s important to have time to relax and reflect. Burn out is very real, and doesn’t help anyone, not you, not your company, not your mission.

What’s important is to identify the root cause(s) of your feelings. Is it that you’ve been pushing yourself too hard, or could it be that the work you’re doing no longer resonates with you?

If you’ve realized it may not be the actual workload itself, but rather, it’s the mission, the product, the career prospects, [fill in the blank], then it may be time to ask yourself whether you could see yourself being happier at a new job?

Once you’ve had an honest internal dialogue, then congratulations are in order! You’ve now taken the first step to getting back to that quality of life you deserve. Finding a new job that’s the delivers on exactly what you’re looking for presents it’s own challenges, but luckily there are a lot of tools out there which can supercharge your search, like Hired. Fortunately, the old days of sending out countless resumes are over.


On Hired, you’re empowered in your job search: one application can lead to exposure with thousands of companies, and instead of applying to them, they’ll actually apply to you, reversing the traditional process. Read the rest of this entry »

Which Technical Skills Will Earn You the Most Money?

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If you work in or near technology, you are well-versed in the high-stakes economy of engineering salaries. All engineers are in super high demand for sought-after (and well paid) positions, the collective narrative goes. Hired’s first-ever Hiring Pulse Report: Q2 2016 adds some nuance to that narrative. TL;DR: Engineers are still in high demand across the board — but certain technical skills are experiencing breakout growth.


While salary offers for software engineers decreased by 2 percent in Q2, at $123K on average, job security is no concern. Software engineers have received nearly 56,000 interview requests in 2016 — the highest of any tech role by far — and Q2 saw a 14 percent increase in requests.

Data Science

While interview requests for data science candidates grew by a whopping 20 percent in Q2 — the most of any tech role — the number of data science candidates on the platform increased by even more at 50 percent. This surplus of data science talent may be driving salaries down. In Q2, companies offered data scientists an average of $127K, which is down by 2 percent since Q1.

Product Management

Product managers were offered more money than any other tech role. Initial offers in Q2 were $133K on average, which is 2 percent lower than offers in Q1, but still the highest in tech. Interview requests with product managers increased by 8 percent in Q2, so salaries may go up again.


Read the full report here.

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Introducing Divi 3.0

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Divi 3.0 introduces a complete new front-end editor that has been re-built from the ground up using React, a modern JavaScript library for user interfaces. This new builder allows users to edit their WordPress pages on the front-end of their website using simple and beautiful visual controls. When you activate the builder, you see your page exactly as it would appear on the front-end of your website. With the builder active, however, the page becomes editable using Divi’s vast array of content elements and design settings. You can click into a paragraph and start typing, highlight text and adjust its font, size and style, or open up the settings for any element and change its content, appearance and positioning.

Dragging, dropping, resizing, copying, pasting, deleting and duplicating elements is also easy. The page becomes alive and each element feels tangible because you are able to manipulate everything in natural and intuitive ways. When you make a design change or add new content to a page, these changes appear instantly. This is because the new visual builder doesn’t rely on traditional loading, so there is need for page refreshes or Ajax loading bars during the majority of the builder experience. This is the future of WYSIWYG.


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Cloudinary Adds HTTP/2 Support

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Cloudinary, a provider of solutions for managing images and video in the cloud, is offering HTTP/2 support, enabling developers to further optimize the user experience. To take advantage of HTTP/2, Cloudinary users don’t have to do a thing – it’s been automatically integrated into the online tools.

Websites have changed dramatically over the past several years, featuring more images and video. But the underlying HTTP protocol hadn’t kept pace, until the IETF’s recent approval of the HTTP/2. The goal of HTTP/2 is to improve website performance, reducing the amount of bandwidth required and latency, while making it easier for developers to use secure connections.


The adoption of HTTP/2 was initially slow. But since January 2016 more sites have announced plans to move to HTTP/2 or are offering true support of the protocol. For example, both Wikipedia and Blogspot announce in May that their sites are now supporting HTTP/2. The graphic below from HTTP/2 Dashboard illustrates the greater adoption since the beginning of the year, and enables you to interactively see how many domains have announced support for HTTP/2, and those that offer partial or true support at any given time. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Simplify Image-Rich Website Development with Cloudinary

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Even the most talented developer knows that a great website is time-consuming to build and a challenge to maintain. The reason: You need to meet graphic design requirements for every device according to current design trends, while ensuring that your website performance is optimized for any browser.

Cloudinary can eliminate many of the problems you experience when dealing with images.  The cloud-based solution takes care of the entire image management pipeline, enabling image upload; providing a rich set of manipulation and optimization capabilities; and offering cloud storage, administration and super-fast CDN delivery.


With our interactive demo, you can see Cloudinary in action as we walk you through examples of visual image manipulation and optimization, as well as some popular website implementations. In addition, you’ll ready-to-use code samples in Ruby on Rails, PHP, Node JS, Angular JS, jQuery and more. Read the rest of this entry »

Apply to 4,000+ Companies with One Application

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On Hired the traditional process of finding a job is completely reversed; instead of applying to companies (which often feels like throwing your resume into a black hole), companies pro-actively apply to you with interview requests. From there, the power is 100% in your hands to decide if you’re interested in moving forward.

Hired expedites the job search process through an efficient system of:

1. Companies competing for top talent with visibility into a candidate’s traction on Hired, driving rapid turnaround times from interview to final offer.
2. Free personalized support on your job hunt. On Hired our Talent Advocates have your back, whether it’s negotiating compensation or preparing for interviews, they function as a pillar of unbiased support to ultimately help you land the dream job you’ve been waiting for.
3. Upfront salary, equity and bonus details in every interview request received on the platform.

Over 4,000 top companies and startups use Hired to find their next team member, and with transparency into each company, you’re empowered to make the right decision about what opportunities you’d like to pursue. Say goodbye to pushy recruiters trying to sell you on roles you don’t actually want. Life’s too short to waste time with companies that are a bad fit, or to find out after months of interviewing that the offer is no good. Try Hired and leap into the 21st century job hunt experience.

The best part: It’s always free for you to find your next job on Hired. No exceptions.


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Apply to Top Tech Companies with 1 Application

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Most everyone working or training in the technology field understands that they will be changing jobs every three years—this is part of being involved in the fastest growing and most lucrative industry in the world.

Indeed, the top employment site in the world, has created a special site just for tech: Indeed Prime. Indeed Prime has been designed and developed to match software engineers, data scientists, product managers & UX designers with the best of tech employers.

The service is exclusive but it is still free to job seekers. Right now, Indeed Prime is available to candidates and companies based in Austin, Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and New York City. Plans are to expand the priority tech job service to other cities in the future.


Benefits for the job seeker

Job seekers can use Indeed Prime for free.

You can realistically expect to get between three and five developer job offers in a week.

The best and newest tech companies compete for you. That means your salary, equity in your new employer, and the perks of your new position increase through competition.

The employers that compete for you have been vetted by Indeed Prime so you can be sure the money is there. You do not have to do the usual vetting of a potential employer because Indeed Prime has done it for you.

Your one time application allows you to be presented to multiple companies that need your skills now.

Indeed Prime lets you keep your job search secret by hiding your profile from your current employer.

Indeed Prime will give you a $2,000 bonus if you land a job through the service with a company that is involved with Indeed Prime. Read the rest of this entry »

Get Your New Job Faster with Hired

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Hired is the world’s most intelligent talent matching platform for full-time and contract opportunities in engineering, development, design, product management, data science, sales, and marketing. It makes your job search faster, focused, and stress-free: instead of endlessly applying to companies and hoping for the best, Hired puts you in control of when and how you connect with compelling new opportunities.

After completing one simple application, top employers apply to hire you. You’ll receive personalized interview requests and upfront salary information so you can make informed decisions about which opportunities to pursue. Throughout the process, your dedicated talent advocate will have your back — providing unbiased career coaching to help you put your best foot forward with potential employers.

Hired offers access to 4,000+ innovative employers, including big brand names like Facebook and smaller emerging startups. The size and type of company you want to connect with is totally up to you. We help people find new opportunities in 17 major cities in North America, Europe, Asia, & Australia. Open to relocation? Let us know!

Your privacy and autonomy in your job search is of utmost importance to us. That’s why Hired hides your profile from your current and past employers. The best part: It’s always free for you to find your next job on Hired. No exceptions.


Try Hired today!

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Deal of the Week: The July Bundle

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If you’re looking for a great deal on fonts and graphics, check out The July Bundle. This is one of the best deals you are going to find anywhere in the market. At a fantastic 97% off its regular price, you can get this complete bundle that includes 26 different fonts as well as 22 graphics packs!

Just look through the complete selection and you can easily find the exact font and style you’re in need of. Whether you want a professional business look to put on your business cards and letterhead or if you need the best in romantic fonts to put on an invitation, you’ll find it with this bundle. Remember that not only does it offer the perfect font and graphic you need, but it is at a whopping 97% price cut! Its contents can be used for a wide range of personal and commercial applications. Remember though that it only lasts for the month of July, so be sure to get the deal.


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