How To Get Hired Fast

Nearly 60% of hires in 2011 came from external sources (as opposed to internal transfers and promotions) - a 10% increase over the two years prior. The uptick is promising for job seekers on the outside, though, with an unemployment rate of 8.3%, competition remains fierce. You are personally invited to watch a complimentary webinar (recording above) which will take you step-by-step through the job search process. From the moment you decide to look for jobs to the moment you depart the in-person interview, this webinar has it all. In this webinar Ian Siegel, founder and CEO of ZipRecruiter.com, walks job seekers through the steps of getting hired FAST. Key topics include:


  • Four things to do before you start applying
  • How to find the right jobs to apply to
  • How to get your application noticed
  • Tips for acing the interview
Watch the video below now!

Presenter's Bio

Ian Siegel is the CEO of ZipRecruiter.com, a web-based platform that distributes job listings to over 25 of the web’s leading job boards and social networks with a single submission. Prior to launching ZipRecruiter, Ian held executive product and technology roles at several early-stage to mid-size startups, including CitySearch, Stamps.com, Rent.com, and Pictage. He and his co-founders started ZipRecruiter as a side venture before taking it full-time in 2010. Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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My grandparents owned a two-story walkup in Brooklyn, New York. When I was a child, my cousins and I would take turns asking each other questions, Trivial Pursuit style. If we got the question correct, we moved up one step on the staircase. If we got the question wrong, we moved down one step. The winner was the person who reached the top landing first. While we each enjoyed serving as the “master of ceremonies on 69th Street,” peppering each other with rapid-fire questions, I enjoyed the role of maestro the most of all my cousins. I suppose I was destined to be an educator.

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