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I know the job search process can seem never-ending. You submit your resume, eagerly wait to hear back, and then nothing…
The short answer is: that every company is different.
Watch to find out how to time your application perfectly, so you’re more likely to receive a quick response.
Getting a job in tech can be one of the most challenging yet rewarding decisions you’ll make in your career. Not only does the tech industry pay well, it also offers great benefits and opportunities that can help you accelerate your career at a much quicker pace. However, due to the irrational, inefficient, inconsistent, and overwhelming hiring process, landing and securing a tech role can be quite difficult. First, you have to get noticed by the company. Then, you must navigate the recruiter screen, hiring manager screen, full set of interview loops, and negotiate your offer. And, despite all the talk of diversity and equity, if you are a member of an underrepresented group, you are at an even greater disadvantage due to many systemic biases in the system.
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Like life, your career path can be a long-winding journey that’s full of ups and downs, twists and turns. And whatever stage you’re in – whether a fresh graduate or an executive – there’s no sure way to let you know that you’re doing this job thing right. Self doubt, internal and external pressures can kick in, making it difficult for you to navigate your career. The solution? Self-awareness. It’s up to you to know what you want, to chase it, and thrive in it. Think of it as your compass whenever you feel lost in the different points of your journey. Here’s how:
In my 33 year career, I’ve had 36 bosses in 29 roles at 21 companies. Yes, that’s a lot of numbers – and a lot of bosses.
I was fourteen years old when I got my first job as a grocery store clerk earning a whopping $5 an hour – working to repay my debt to my parents for $1200 worth of baseball cards.
Throughout all of these experiences, I’ve continuously looked to accelerate my career and one concept still triumphs above most.
Let’s cut to the chase, because we’ve spent more than a decade discussing tech’s diversity problem and have gotten “meh” results at best.
How tech gets candidates and hires employees is biased. It rewards those privileged enough to have access to people on the inside (or to know somebody who does). And once you’re hired, it rewards those who are more likely to attract the attention of mentors and sponsors—primarily pasty white dudes like myself.
Admitting that there is a problem is always the first step, but tech’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts have been stuck there for years. If tech wants to hire and retain more BIPOCs, women, military veterans, and other underrepresented groups, if tech wants to reflect the diversity of the populations it serves, it needs to move forward.