Resources to Find a Job

This is a collection of resources to help you find a job

Don’t over complicate your job search.

You can win with a simple system.


Finding the right job(s) is half the battle. Staying on top of what’s available and being an early applicant are vital.

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Do research and decide on 20 companies to focus on. -Follow the company page / news to stay updated -Follow and engage with 1-2 Recruiters from each company -Follow and engage with people that work in your target role -Track job openings

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Don’t just scroll around LinkedIn. Jump in! You will organically meet new people in your field if you comment, like, and share your ideas.

Spend 15-20 minutes per day doing this and you’ll build momentum.

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  • Focus on people that work in or hire for your target role(s)
  • Send brief, personalized intros
  • Stay in touch and build genuine relationships

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I’ve conducted more than 400 interviews. Here are 25 invaluable lessons you can learn in <2 minutes:

  1. Don’t hesitate to ask for clarifications.
  2. Recognize that interviewers want you to succeed.
  3. Contextualize challenges to showcase complexity.
  4. Prepare a concise yet compelling self-introduction.
  5. Discuss complex examples from your work history.
  6. Avoid unexplained acronyms or internal references.
  7. Show enthusiasm for the role you’re interviewing for.
  8. Use detailed descriptions to showcase your knowledge.
  9. Answer questions directly, without going off on tangents.
  10. Be prepared to discuss detailed aspects of your projects.
  11. Listen attentively and integrate the interviewer’s feedback.
  12. Pause to collect your thoughts when stuck or are fumbling.
  13. Come prepared with thoughtful questions to ask at the end.
  14. Provide a brief summary before delving into complex topics.
  15. Make your individual contributions clear from those of others.
  16. Discuss your career aspirations and how the role aligns with them.
  17. Research the company’s culture, role and requirements thoroughly.
  18. Be truthful, even if that means admitting you don’t know the answer.
  19. Be clear about your role and scope when discussing your experience.
  20. Vary your examples across interviews to display breadth of experience.
  21. Only provide as much context as necessary to understand the situation.
  22. Use recent examples that best showcase your skills and responsibilities.
  23. Indicate the scope of your projects to show the scale of your experience.
  24. Reflect on your performance after the interview, regardless of the outcome.
  25. Always highlight the impact of your work, ideally using quantitative measures.

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