Arirang: Entire job hunting process in S. Korea goes online due to COVID-19 concerns

Arirang: Entire job hunting process in S. Korea goes online due to COVID-19 concerns. “From uploading job applications to getting that acceptance letter, the entire job hunting process in South Korea has gone virtual for the first time. Instead of jobseekers going to booths at a convention center, they’re going to an online platform set up by around 30 local SMEs.”

MakeUseOf: 5 Job Boards to Find Work From Home Gigs and Remote Jobs

MakeUseOf: 5 Job Boards to Find Work From Home Gigs and Remote Jobs. “Businesses both big and small have to cut costs in this economic climate. But working from home, remote jobs, and even part-time gigs can smoothen the bumps. While it’s a tough situation, don’t wait for things to get worse. Be proactive from today. These free websites will help you handle layoffs and find current job boards.”

Daily Memphian: Rhodes grads’ website gives students leg up on employment opportunities

Daily Memphian: Rhodes grads’ website gives students leg up on employment opportunities. “Through Scholars, businesses filter through a database of college students, view their profiles and invite their favorites to interview for open positions. In the traditional model, companies post a job and wait, receiving tons of applications that they have to review. With Scholars, companies read through profiles and pick the students they want to contact.”

Phys .org: Social media content matters for job candidates, researchers find

Phys .org: Social media content matters for job candidates, researchers find. “Applying for a job? Don’t come across as self-absorbed on your Facebook page. Don’t express your strong views on potentially controversial topics either. According to researchers at Penn State, job recruiters are less likely to select candidates who appear to be too self-involved or opinionated in their social media posts. The team also found that recruiters are less likely to hire employees who post content suggestive of drug or alcohol use.”

CNET: Best resume builder of 2020

CNET: Best resume builder of 2020. “This list of the best resume building services includes websites and apps that offer templates, suggestions, and sometimes even on-hand professionals to help you build a resume that will put your best foot forward to potential employers. Some of our picks for best resume builder are free, some operate on an honor system, and some require a one-time payment or a subscription.”

MakeUseOf: 5 Free CV Apps to Create a Beautiful Resume That Recruiters Will Read

MakeUseOf: 5 Free CV Apps to Create a Beautiful Resume That Recruiters Will Read. “This list only features web apps, but there are a few that might catch you by surprise. For instance, there is now a chatbot to build a CV by talking. There’s also artificial intelligence that will write a resume for you. Of course, we’ve included basic free resume makers too.”