How To Apply For A Job Online (And ACTUALLY Get An Interview)

How To Apply For A Job Online (And ACTUALLY Get An Interview)

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– Hey there, welcome back,
it’s J.T. from Work It Daily. And today I’m gonna be talking about how to apply for a job and
actually get an interview. Before I begin though I wanna remind you if you’ve got questions or comments make sure to post them down below and of course hit the subscribe button so that you can get our
content on a regular basis. Okay, I’m talking to all
those people out here today who have applied to jobs
online and feel like it went into a big black hole. Raise your hand if you
are completely frustrated but the whole online application process. You are not alone, millions of people are really sick and tired of this, they feel like they’re getting nowhere. And that’s because they
are getting nowhere. It is actually harder
today, believe it or not, harder to apply for a job and get an interview than ever before. And I’ve written about this,
I’ve talked about this, people don’t understand that
technology’s actually made it more challenging, it’s
created more barriers for you to be able to speak to somebody. So we’ve gotta figure out
how to remove those barriers, how to increase the chances
that someone will actually talk to you and that’s what I’m gonna be breaking down for you today. Now there are six steps that
I’m gonna walk you through today and I guarantee you, some of these you have ever heard before. So grab a pen or pencil
and take some notes because you’re gonna wanna
follow these six steps to the letter so that you
can start to get people to contact you and dialogue
with you at these employers. Okay, all right, let’s
get down to business. Step number one is for you to follow the employer on social media. Specifically Glassdoor,
LinkedIn, and Facebook, those are the must haves. But additionally, check out and see if they’re on Twitter,
if they’re on Instagram, even Snapchat, I want you to stalk their social media profiles. Why do I want you to do this? Well, companies today understand that in order to attract the best talent, they need to market themselves. We call it employment branding and more and more companies
are doing this these days so that you can get a 360 degree view of what it’s like to work there. This is valuable
information, it’s not only going to help you prepare for interviews, help you understand the
company, help you know what to say when you talk to them. But even better, you can
eventually have a dialogue with these employers,
right through social media. Think about it, that’s
what social media is for. Now I want you to imagine that
you follow these companies and you start liking and
sharing some of their stuff. Think about when a total
strange likes and shares your stuff on social
media, what do you do? You go check ’em out, right. You wanna see who they
are, what are they about. Well the same thing
happens with employers. When you start liking
and sharing their stuff, that social media manager
is paying attention. And eventually, you could direct message or even tweet or whatever it is and say, hey, I’m a fan of your company and I’m curious if you have any advice on how I could stand out
when I apply for a job. Don’t think you’ll get a response? You are wrong, I know for a fact you will. In fact did I did an
experiment on this last year, specifically on Instagram. I followed a bunch of
companies and then I asked them for tips on how to stand out
in the application process. They responded, they were excited and they even shared
that information with me. So no excuses here folks, social media, we’re all used to using it, why can you use it when it comes to connecting with employers. Such a great way for
you to better prepare. Okay, step number two, I
want you to write something called a disruptive cover letter. Now be sure to check out
my video on cover letters, the link is down below. I want you to understand
that today’s cover letter has to be different, disruptive. Now what do I mean by that? It has to get the person at hello. So it’s not gonna be
your boring, outdated, traditional cover letter
which is a total snooze fest where you just talk all about yourself and all that stuff that you write about could be found in the resume. This is a story about how you feel connected to the employer. How you know what they do,
the product or the service they provide is different,
better, faster, cheaper. Whatever it is, you’re
gonna tell the story that makes you feel
connected to their brand. And that’s really
important because companies wanna hire people who understand them, who get them, who feel like
they’re a member of their tribe. And that is what a disruptive
cover letter is all about. Now you need to have this thing good to go before you apply because
the rest of the steps that I’m gonna show you are
gonna increase the chances that they immediately respond to you, espy when they read your
disruptive cover letter. So you’ve gotta be ready to go with this. So write your disruptive cover letter, think about how you feel
connected to that employer, and then you’re ready for the next step. Okay so step number three
is about being selective in who you apply to. I see a lot of job seekers
today doing what we call spraying and praying, and that’s applying to absolutely everything,
hoping that something sticks. This does not work, it is a
complete waste of your time. Studies show that if you
aren’t a 90 to 100% match for a particular position,
you will be tossed from the applicant tracking system. So you have to find job opportunities where you truly are a 90 to 100% match. And the way to do that is to take a look at all the skill sets they’ve listed, and ask yourself, do I have examples from my professional
path where I can prove that I have that skill set. If you can’t say that, then you aren’t going to be able to apply online because you’re just gonna be automatically tossed from the system. Now that’s not to say that
you couldn’t do this job and it’s not to say that you
couldn’t apply in another way but that’s a video for another day. We teach you to go around
the applicant tracking system at Work It Daily, and if you
wanna learn more about that be sure to check out the links below. But for today’s video, this
is about applying to a job online and getting a call and
one of the criteria for that has to be that you only apply to jobs where you truly are a 90 to 100% match. Now what is that? Because eight out of of 10 times, your application is being tossed by the applicant tracking system. Companies today have now
put these systems in place because they sometimes
get thousands of resumes for just one job. There is no physical way a
hiring manager or recruiter could go through every single application. So they have to have a
system for weeding it out. These application tracking
systems will go through an remove anybody that doesn’t have the exact skill sets they’re looking for. That’s why it’s so important
that each and every time you apply, you know you are almost a perfect match for the job. Okay, so step number four is about where to apply for the job. Because a lot of companies today will have the same job posting in
many different places. Some people are spending their time on some of the old job
boards like Monster, Career Builder, Indeed. I’m gonna tell you, and
I’ll probably get in trouble for this, to not waste
your time on those sites. There’s too many people on them, there’s too many applications
going through them. We’re talking about trying to make your application stand out. So believe it or not,
there are three places where you should look, and in this order. First I want you to go over to Glassdoor. Glassdoor is the number
two, fastest growing job site in the world. And the reason for that
is that companies know that anybody who goes
to their Glassdoor page is really studying them and
thinking about working for them. So if they have a job posting there, and you apply, it’s two times more likely that you’re gonna get response from them because they’re very focused on the talent that is applying through their channel. That’s really important,
you want somebody, a human eye to take a
look at your application. So Glassdoor would be my first step. If they don’t have a
job posting on Glassdoor I want you to go over to LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the number one
professional development platform and a lot of recruiters
use this platform as well. So if they have the job
posting there, once again, it’s more likely that a
human eye will see it. And then third, if they
don’t have a job posting on Glassdoor or LinkedIn, go over to their actual company website and apply through their career page. This will go into their
application tracking system, but again, if you’re following step three which is being a 90 to 100% match, at least you’re gonna increase the chances that you make it through
the ATS screening process. So step five is all about
the application itself. And my advice to you is to
fill out every single field. A lot of people don’t know this but these online systems
will often toss somebody if they leave a field blank. Even if you have to put in
something like not applicable, or don’t have this information,
at least you’re filling it with keywords and not
automatically being disqualified for not filling in the field. So again my advice to
you, every single field gets filled out, even
with information that says not applicable so that you can at least be considered for this job. So my last step is around
actually connecting with people at the company. Once you’ve filled out
this application process, you still wanna be able to do
find somebody to connect with. And there’s two ways that you can do this. First, you can go on social
media site like LinkedIn and take a lot and see
if anybody that you know knows somebody at the company. That’s called a second-degree connection. And if you can find a
second-degree connection, you should ask the person that you know that knows that person who works at the company to introduce you. What you should do is
put together a short note explaining the highlights of
that disruptive cover letter where you say this is
why my other company, this is why I’d love to work for them, I’d love to hear from this individual what they think it would take
to stand out and get hired. Notice you’re not asking for them to walk your materials in. You’re not asking them
to help you get a job. What you’re saying is, I
wanna talk to that person and learn what I can do
to better prepare myself, to better stand out to earn the interview and the job myself. That’s the right way for you
to ask for that introduction. Now if you don’t know anybody, the next step would be
to find either somebody in recruiting or HR or
even the department head of the job that you’re applying to. And you could again,
start to look for this on channels like LinkedIn. And what you wanna do
is ask those individuals to connect with you, via LinkedIn. You should customize
that connection request and say hey, I came across your profile while I was researching xyz
company, I’d love to connect. In that introduction, don’t
get into the specifics of the fact that you applied for a job and you wanna talk to them. Just tell them why you admire the company and can you connect. And that’s because you
only have 300 characters when you ask for a connection
request on LinkedIn. Now once you’ve connected
then you can send the person an In-mail, and that’s where you would say hey, I’m a huge fan of
the company, attached is a cover letter where I explain why I’m so passionate and why I’d love to work there someday. I recently applied for the xyz job and I would be incredibly grateful if you could give me
any advice or guidance on how I can better stand out and eventually earn a
position with your company. Again, this point, you’re
asking this recruiter, HR manager, or hiring
manager, very specifically to take a look at your story about why you feel connected to the company and seeking advice on what
you can do to stand out. You’re not asking them for the job, you’re not asking them for the interview, you’re asking them for the insight in terms of what you can
do to earn that interview. And that very subtle change
in how you ask that is is very respectful and
will make a difference in terms of whether or
not they respond to you. Now why do I want you to do this? Because it’s going to allow them to go over to the
applicant’s tracking system, pull your application from the pile and take a look at you. And that’s what we’re trying
to make happen, right, we’re trying to help you get past that ATS and into the hands of somebody who will take a look at your credentials. So you can see this
last step in the process is key in order to connect all the dots and increase the chances
that you get that interview. Okay, so to recap quickly, step one, follow the company on social media, like and share their information. And even ask them about what you can do to stand out when you apply for a job. Step two, create a
disruptive cover letter. For more information on that, check out my video in the links below. Step three, remember only
to focus on companies and opportunities where you have a 90% to 100% match of the skillset. You cannot waste your time if are not an exact match. Step four, think about where you apply. Glassdoor first, LinkedIn
second, career’s page third. Step five, fill out every single field. Do not skip a space, anywhere in there or you could be disqualified. And step six, bring it all together, by finding people at the company that you can connect with, so that you can introduce
your disruptive cover letter and ask them what it takes
to earn an interview there. This will help get your application pulled from the pile and noticed. Okay, so now that you
have these six steps, I wanna let you in on a little secret. People who use this process
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100 thoughts on “How To Apply For A Job Online (And ACTUALLY Get An Interview)”

  1. CAUTION: THIS LADY IS A QUACK AND THE FOLLOWING IS A BLUE PILL REALITY CHECK:

    This lady is a quack if I ever saw one. Snake oil saleslady. You're not going to better your chances of getting hired by following a company on social media. You're applying for a job that is posted online for a week to a few weeks. I apply to 30 jobs a day–am I supposed to follow 30 companies to on social media? The advice this lady gives is mainstream and pedestrian. Fill in every field? Horseshit! Companies that ask you to fill in individual fields which are already on your resume or irrelevant like 'Name of High School', Address of High School, Name of University/address, your last job start/end dates, responsibilities/reason for leaving, etc. etc. only waste your time. Ask yourself: do you really want to work for a company that uses 1990's technology and mindset to find applicants? If they don't have software enabled to read your resume and gather all the data points which are already in your profile on the job portal then you don't want to work there because their office tools and methods will be just as archaic and the application process and your work life there will be miserable. And definitely DO NOT fill in the final pages where they ask you about your sex, ethnicity, veteran status, disability status. These things are totally irrelevant and have absolutely ZERO effect on your chances of getting hired and it should be illegal to ask for such information in my opinion. Not to mention it wastes precious time–4 questions x 50 job applications = 200 useless check boxes you just filled in today = 1 hour wasted. I just skip or 'Decline to answer' these ridiculous questions.
    Disruptive? That word is getting as played out as the word 'drive' (the most over-used word in corporate America)….[cringe]. I was on a phone interview the other day and the hiring manager used 'drive' at least 5 times in the first 2 minutes. This painted a very good picture of how the work environment will be in that place. # of times 'drive' is used = f(level of soul-draining work environment). The best way to get hired is to apply to 50 jobs a day, 7 days a week. It's a numbers game. There are thousands of jobs you are eligible for every day in the US. You are only 1 person with limited time and patience and there is a limit to how many jobs you can physically apply to. You do have to get yourself out there but don't take the bait this lady is selling. She is probably getting paid by these social media platforms to advertise. Avoid social media like the plague. LinkedIn isn't going to get you anything except wasted your time. Go to the main job portals and send out as many resumes as you possible can. Use keywords in your search box which you have on your resume under skills to find the jobs that match your skills best. Avoid jobs where employer asks to 'Apply on our site'. This process can take up to 1 hour for each job application! Avoid recruiters! They mean you no good and they only waste your time. They have monthly quotas they need to fill and you're just a '1' in their bucket; '2' if you're gullible enough to take a call from their manager (co-worker with a quota). And most importantly, don't listen to coaches like these who espouse cookie-cutter approaches to your job search. She has a career. You're hunting for a contract job where you may spend 3, 6, maybe 12 months tops. Get the job, don't stop searching for other jobs once you're hired and streamline your job search process (high volume).

  2. Did she actually advise us to contact HR directly? "I'm a big fan of the company". She just instructed me to lie. LOL. She's smoking the pipe for real. Sadly this is the type of Newspeak that may just get you in through the door as companies are looking for compliant robots.

  3. What about your states’ Department of Labor postings and USAJOBS.com (for your step three suggestion)? Are those postings not credible either?

  4. I love how phony we are expected to be, like i obviously dont give a damn about your company, i just need money. And im not deluding myself by believing that the company gives two shits about me.

  5. This is great.. for more job online you can visit this website. Legit job offering site

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  6. My problem is not having the experiences they desire or being billingul. I just graduated from a vocational school and it's so hard to get in without those two requirements. It's tough to learn a new language, but I'm trying.

  7. Shall I stop Linkedin Professional Membership and take membership of Work it daily? I have applied lots of jobs through linked in but no response? I do not know whether it is due to age discrimination or for not having too many higher education degrees? Is it possible to change career now?

  8. I hat applying for jobs online because they don't call me back. It's a waste of time because you apply online and sometimes they don't call back. They should just have open interviews so you don't have to wait 2 weeks just for them to call you back

  9. Dyslexia, also known as reading disorder, is characterized by trouble with reading despite normal intelligence.Einstein had this disorder.If he lived today ATS would have Automatically Toss him away.This is discrimination against very intellectual people.I applied for 13000 jobs so far in the last 6 years.I changed my CV by professional people.I tried everything in the book.I never got any response for any application on jobsites.It does not work .And it is millions of extremely skilled people eliminated from the job market.

  10. I found out today that if you upload a pdf the system can no read pdf properly and you will be cut off.But the job sites ask for pdf.Is this true???

  11. I just don't really get how this would work for like… a coal mining company. Like Teck. They're a massive coal distributor in the world and such, but literally all I have is that I'm safety oriented and a good hand on machines and don't break shit.

  12. You talked about sending the recruiter a message after applying online on the story of how you connect with the company. In that message, do we send them that disruptive cover letter although we had already sent it in the online application?

  13. How do we find a connection to write in our resume, when we literally have no experience with the company or their services?

  14. What would you suggest a multidimensional person who has lots of interests? Does mentioning all the interests n skills gives out the negative impression that a person is probably lying or may be he can't be good at any of them?

  15. But I HATE social media. I do not want to publish my personal information online for all & sundry to see. I certainly do not trust it's security & I already had a serious identity breach through Linkedin a few years back so the only thing I have there is my name….

  16. While I agree that it is harder to get an interview these days and that it's clearly due to the volume of applicants that employers are flooded with. I believe that it is also true that applicants have an easier time finding their ideal opportunity with the immense selection online.
    Perhaps it's the proverbial glass half full, but really it's just an expected trade off, when exchanging quality for quantity.

  17. Hi I've been watching your videos lately and I just wanted to say that basically getting a job out here will get harder and harder and I've always been ignored for being inexperienced. Honestly I see life as a circle for some reason when it comes to labor work so I'm going to move on and start my own business and improve my skills in multimedia.

  18. Madam please I just wanna ask this question …. My question is #4 can you apply it internationally on Glassdoor
    For instance I'm in my country and I want to apply for job in another country …

  19. I have literally applied to over one hundred jobs at glassdoor and still no luck. I have a Bachelor's of science in computer science. I live next to Silicon Valley.

  20. BIG waste of time in and of itself. And this is before you have to tackle the online application that makes you re-write your résumé for them, JUST to apply?? Nothankyou. The video's approach of only applying if you are at least a 90% match is a dud, also; folks get hired with less than a majority of the listed skills if they can demonstrate that they connect with the company's culture and accentuate the skills they do have that jibe with the position.

    And let's not forget to that many HR folk often don't even read your cover letter — "disruptive", "killer", or whatever.

    SMH.

  21. Everyone complaining about how hard it is to find any old job/how employers just want the cheapest labor possible: this video is not for finding minimum wage jobs. This is for career building. Jobs where you're in the company for the long haul, you've studied or done lots of work in the field for the job in question, and you are expecting to go through a relatively intensive interview process. For getting a position with a company that really cares about the talent they're bringing in the door.
    These tips weren't necessary in the part time jobs I've worked at (7 Eleven, Barnes and Noble, Starbucks) but might be for the jobs in the non-profit and newsmedia world I'm looking for now.
    It's true that personal connections are major. Always have been. Always will be. But for people looking to jump into a new company these are not bad tips.

  22. I haven't gotten a real job ever in my life. Since I was 16 and old enough to work I dreamed of having consistent income and getting to live my life. I dream of having a promotion and vacation time and being respected in a workplace. I know it take a while and hard work, but someone needs to give me a chance before I go insane.

  23. We live in a world where you have to jump through all these ridiculous social media hoops just for the opportunity to talk to someone at a company. This is late stage capitalism, folks.

  24. My name is Cordero Johnson when they say your application went to interview 2 days ago indeed and do that mean you got the job when you go to the interview went two days ago

  25. While I appreciate this channel tries to help people get jobs, but I must say the tips are too idealistic and not practical. For example how do you really know if you are really 90 to 100% fit for a job? Just by reading job description? Not necessarily. If you don't apply, you never know if the company is interested in your profile.
    Also while interacting on LinkedIn and glassdoor is ok, it is not a good idea to recommend Facebook or Twitter as the platform to interact with employers.

  26. I have a question . I’ve been applying for a verity of jobs and I do summit a resume I just wanted to know if your single

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  28. Another tip, do not use Ziprecruiter, I applied for an insurance job outside of Houston on Ziprecruiter and got several emails from Ziprecruiter saying that my application had been viewed 3 times and I was likely a candidate. I called this company to ask about the hiring process and was told that they had not gotten anything from me through Ziprecruiter.

  29. I've been filling applications for the last year and only got one interview. After that interview, no job offer or a second interview.

  30. Great tips! If anyone is still job hunting, Indeed has a new program that posts exclusive job listings. It's free to join and you have the ability to connect directly with the companies! https://indeedhi.re/2LXcA3E

    Happy job searching!

  31. Unfortunately, i am not looking for 2nd degree connection recruitment anymore. This is the disruptive motivation.

  32. I love this video! Yes! let's stop applying on Indeed and start being more selective in targeting and networking with employers that we can see a future with. J.T. O'Donnel has the BEST advice out there for all you JOB SEEKERS and CAREER CHANGERS!

  33. My mother has been looking for a job for a while now. My mom had a desk job at a grocery store, the original owner who was like a gift from above, he one day retired and some people came to him to purchase the store, they gave him a good offer and even though he retired and now is with his family more, he informed the new owners to take care of the place as the place was his baby as he puts it. But than we found out the new owners went against everything the man said, the new owners did the stereotypical rich guy thing where they went up on the prices, treated the workers like dirt, they even wanted to cut a curtain amount of hours from them that was way passed unacceptable, they did this to the workers that made more money when these workers worked their way up for it. They blamed the workers when it was really the new owners who are to blame. These new owners are greedy, selfish, they lie, manipulate and scheme. This made business suffer, the previous owner didn't like that as he found out. So they shut the place down to move it somewhere else. They cleaned the place out and my mom was one of them that got cheated out of a job at the new store because they didn't have any positions available and working for those new owners is not wise because they did some low and rotten things to get what they wanted and because of their greed, pride and their corruption. These new owners didn't care about their workers even if they were more than qualified, they only cared about money and prophet. So my mom lost her job when it wasn't her fault. So my mom is on unemployment and this has been going on for two months by now, my mom has been looking for a job since than and she's been filling out job after job application online and we haven't gotten one phone call from anyone. She's looking for a desk job closer to home because she's got a form of arthritis so she needs a job where she can sit down at a desk and do her job and that she can work for people who care about their workers. So far, my mom has been trying and trying and for two months, not one person has called us for an interview. Since unemployment only pays for six months, even the new owners of that store tried to get out of paying unemployment but we found a way to make sure they couldn't get out of it. So we're on unemployment for now and I got a part time job that I work at because as embarrassing as it is, I got a learning disability and me and my mom are kind of barely scraping by and if my mom hasn't found a job by the sixth month, we'll have to get an extension on unemployment and our luck has been horrible. I don't know what to do and neither does my mom as we try to put on a brave face. We need help and I'm afraid if anything else goes wrong, we could end up on the street. We're desperate, we're practically begging for a miracle or so much as a blessing that comes in the form of a job for my mother. From one person to another, we need help, we're desperate, barely scraping by, barely making ends meet, no one has called to give my mom a job, she's a good mother who deserves a good job since she's a hard worker, I'm just a simple guy with a slight disability plus mental disorder and I don't know any of this, we're kind of like old dinosaurs. It feels like we got very little and hardly anyone to turn to in this. If someone doesn't help us soon or immediately, than I feel like this could be the end for us. Please help us.

  34. only reason the "spraying and praying" may not work, is if you're a MORON! Obviously everyone here is applying to jobs they are matched to….?? You give advice as if we're applying to McDonald's while applying to a Junior Accounting Position…. Also, if we really did only applied to job postings that we are a complete 100% or 90% match, then that's really really extremely rare! Unless, you're indirectly suggesting we embellish certain job duties/accomplishments…? But I already know the answer, career counselors will say never do this but in reality it's the standard across every job application – just be honest!
    However, I do agree with applying on the company website since those usually get posted later on indeed

  35. Mam Could you please help me for get a salesman Job in Vodafone company. I live in Qatar. So I need this job in Qatar Vodafone company

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  38. Just applied at Target yesterday, if nothings happens Guess i'm going to Jack in the Box or Marys Pizza Shack🤦

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  40. I applied for a job online at my local tcao bell last month and got a call from them today asking me if I'm still looking for a job. I have an interview tomorrow morning at 10am.

    I have a ?? What dose it mean when the boss asked me are you still looking for a job dose this mean they need people badly

  41. I followed your instructions + tips and watched almost all the videos of yours. Got an interview and landed my dream job. Thank you very much.

  42. Employers pay for indeed.com advertisement. Why the hell would they throw your resume away. That's just not true. I did get interviews from them. People need to understand that they need to kit the key words in their resume. Look at the job description and make sure some of the words match. Have certifications that are needed, make sure you don't abbreviate them. Spell them out. CPR, spell it out, no initials.

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  46. As a college grad who has had three internships and a few years of working experience with all of my jobs combined, I strongly believe it comes down to company values and equitable hiring practices. There are high level HR managers who make it a part of their job to increase opportunity for entry level and diverse candidates and there are those that don't seek anything but a resume and job description match.

  47. As a college grad who has had three internships and a few years of working experience with all of my jobs combined, I strongly believe it comes down to company values and equitable hiring practices. There are high level HR managers who make it a part of their job to increase opportunity for entry level and diverse candidates and there are those that don't seek anything but a resume and job description match.

  48. I’ve been seeking a job since April. I’ve been to able to get a couple of interviews and phone/online screens. I feel I able to answer there questions well but, me being a person stutter/stammer, my difficulty to speak fluently makes interviewers not take me seriously. I haven’t mentioned before the interview that I’m a stutterer and wondering if maybe I should do that the next time I get a job interview?

  49. now that it's been a couple years, is it still Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Company Website in that order for where to apply? because, from my understanding the reason why Indeed doesn't work is b/c it's too big, is Glassdoor now the same? and what about companies that don't have an online application, but tell you to email your resume to them? should I still email them or apply through Glassdoor or LinkedIn instead?

  50. If the majority of hiring managers are female, and feminists are saying women get paid less than men, shouldn’t feminists be pissed at other women? 🤔

  51. i dont completely agree that if you dont have a 90-100% match on the job description that you should not apply. How many people fit that criteria when applying for a position ?

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