There’s a lot of uncertainty that comes with the terrain of switching jobs. For instance, let’s say that—for whatever reason—you’re not a fit with your manager or new employer. Or maybe, the fast-growing startup didn’t end up being as fast-growing as it appeared on the surface. Talented, passionate, and creative engineers know that in the innovation economy, what the World Economic Forum (WEF) calls the Fourth Industrial Revolution. There are an abundance of jobs:
As a Tech Recruiter, You Hold Untapped Superpowers—Here’s How to Harness Them
As someone who sources and hires technical people, you have one of the best jobs that society has to offer. But sometimes, this reality is tough to remember because—let’s face it—there’s a lot more hard work than glamor in your role.
Between communicating with company leadership, supporting hiring managers, providing candidates with high-touch processes, and the sheer number of times you hear the word “no,” in your day, the work can feel like sorting laundry piles.