September 29, 2022 It’s no secret that many organizations and job seekers find the hiring process exhausting. It can be time consuming, costly, and somewhat risky for both parties. Those are just some of the experiences we wanted to change when we started Gyfted, a pre-vetted talent marketplace for people who complete tech training or degreeContinue reading “Gyfted uses Google Cloud AI/ML tools to match tech workers with the best jobs”
We live in a world that is filled with distractions, where we default to switching between tasks or chores, rather than focusing on any one of them specifically for a consistent period of time.
The pandemic seems to get closer to its end and we see restrictions continue to loosen up. This change has started many discussions about working from home vs office.
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Found yourself asking, “I don’t know what career fits me” recently? You’re not alone. Our education has been slow to catch-up with industry trends and half of us don’t know what careers are even out there today, let alone which ones fit us.
A recent survey from Indeed revealed that 80% of hiring managers at US-based companies of all sizes had hired a bootcamp graduate at least once, and 99.8% said they’d do it again.
So you’ve just completed a coding bootcamp course and are thinking, now what? Or perhaps you’re midway through, thinking ahead about what comes next. You’ve been promised six-figure salaries and Silicon Valley, the chance to land a job that will see you set financially for life.
You are awaiting an interview for an exciting new job. You are nervous. You check how you look in the mirror multiple times. You rehearse a few answers to potential questions in your head. You look at your watch to await your turn. You feel anxious…
It is no secret that different people thrive in different environments. Some people are struggling with the new WFH reality, whereas others are enjoying the reduced commutes and increased flexibility.
Believe it or not, the pandemic hasn’t been the first instance of companies switching to work from home or a hybrid work model.