With so many of us sheltering in place, video meetings, classes, appointments, and even social gatherings and worship have replaced face-to-face interactions. While these platforms (most frequently Zoom) are incredibly useful, prolonged time spent in front of the screen can have its problems. For example, it may leave us feeling empty and exhausted—physically and emotionally—especially because the brain has to work so much harder to process information. Sound familiar?
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Job seeking is stressful under normal circumstances, but looking for a job during a global pandemic is even more so. It’s more important than ever to be aware of how hiring technology (think AI resume reviewers and online assessments) works and how to make it work for you so your application doesn’t get sorted into an automatic “no” pile.
If you’re starting a new job where you’re working remotely, you still want to make a positive impression on your team. Yes, there will be those onboarding video chats and calls, but once your training is over, then what? When working remotely, it’s especially important that you connect with colleagues and are strategic about communication and workflow.
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There are lots of reasons we may be better suited to certain jobs over others, and one big factor is whether we consider ourselves an introvert or an extrovert. For example, introverts may be attracted to creative or highly technical jobs, whereas extroverts may thrive in a fast-paced environment where the landscape is continuously evolving or where they may be part of a team on a day to day basis.