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.”

Brookings: Assessing employer intent when AI hiring tools are biased

Brookings: Assessing employer intent when AI hiring tools are biased. “In this paper, I discuss how hiring is a multi-layered and opaque process and how it will become more difficult to assess employer intent as recruitment processes move online. Because intent is a critical aspect of employment discrimination law, I ultimately suggest four ways upon which to include it in the discussion surrounding algorithmic bias.”

WTRF: Ohio rolls out searchable database of most in-demand jobs

WTRF: Ohio rolls out searchable database of most in-demand jobs . “Ohio has rolled out an updated list of jobs that are in high demand and made it searchable. Republican Lt. Gov. Jon Husted says the list, which is called Ohio’s Top Jobs, is built for Ohio students and workers trying to figure out the next step in their education or career.”

Slate: Being Bad at the Internet Shouldn’t Disqualify Job Candidates

Slate: Being Bad at the Internet Shouldn’t Disqualify Job Candidates. “In the U.S., students sometimes learn to write résumés and cover letters in high school. Many college campuses have career centers that teach the same skills. But few people, especially those who graduated long before applications migrated online, have been explicitly taught how to use the internet in job searches. These applications have added an unspoken requirement that candidates possess basic knowledge about how to appear professional online, making an already-difficult-to-navigate system even more opaque.”

CNBC: There’s a new database of thousands of jobs at space companies, including SpaceX, Blue Origin and more

CNBC: There’s a new database of thousands of jobs at space companies, including SpaceX, Blue Origin and more. “Called ‘Space Talent,’ the database features over 2,900 open jobs listed across 140 companies in the space industry, from engineering to design to administration. Listings include rocket companies like SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic; satellite operators such as SES and Maxar’s Digital Globe, Planet Labs and ICEYE; as well as lunar robotics company Astrobotic.”