As cities begin reopening and companies are moving back to business-as-not-so-usual, there are tons of rapidly-growing startups looking to fill out their teams in Business Operations, Finance, Analytics, and more. If you're looking for your next big opportunity to manage data, help streamline office operations, or facilitate top notch communications between customers and companies, listen up! This week, we rounded up our top openings from The Bay Area to North Carolina and beyond, so make sure to keep scrolling on to check out the top Business Operations and Analytics Jobs of August 2020.
If you're looking for your next big opportunity to flex your business development and sales skills, we've got plenty of in-demand job openings that you're gonna want to check out. Right now, tons of companies are on the lookout for deal-closing, pipeline-growing, relationship-strengthening salespeople to join their teams. If you've been waiting around for that next big opportunity, wait no longer — check out our latest list of top Sales jobs available on Planted now:
Calling all CX gurus! Looking for your next big opportunity to work directly with customers? Are you excited to serve as a voice for your company and become a pro in products, platforms and people? In that case, these hot openings in Customer Experience are a must-see. From San Francisco to Boston and NYC, here are our top CX openings available on Planted right now.
For the past few months, we’ve all been asked to do lots of things online that we’d rather do in person: birthday parties, doctors appointments, interviews, and of course: job searching. During a simpler time, we could meet up with mentors at coffee shops to help us crunch our resumes, attend career workshops and networking events, and even interview face-to-face without posing a serious health risk. And while you can’t replace the valuable experience of getting together in person with mentors, peers, and colleagues, there are plenty of tools to help you stay just as productive in your job search — while staying at home.
We put together some of our favorite online resources to help you stay at the top of your game when it comes to finding your next big job opportunity. So, if you’ve been tossed back onto the job market and find yourself nervously navigating this brand-new hiring landscape, scroll on to see our favorite virtual workarounds to help you network, interview, skill-build, and more.
Check out this list of Planted partners looking to fill important seats on their teams right now. From Customer Support to Sales, Operations, and Marketing, these companies are looking for top talent and they're hiring quickly — so if you're looking for a job right now, look no further. Here are some of the top Planted partners looking for new team members right now:
While the unwelcome impact of the pandemic has the entire nation transitioning into a new reality, many of us are facing circumstances we never imagined. The economic impact is hitting quickly, and one of the first things companies have done to preserve their budgets is cutting employees from their payroll. In March, an estimated 10 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits and The New York Times estimates that the current national unemployment rate has risen to nearly 13%. So, if you’re among the droves of Americans facing unexpected layoffs due to COVID-19, you’re not alone.
During this unprecedented time, it’s easy to start feeling empty-handed when thinking about what to do next; but we want to remind you that while you may be down, you’re not out. Like all things — this too, shall pass, and in the meantime we want to offer our support and let you know that you do have options. But where to start? Take a breath, regroup, and consider these steps for moving your career forward.
Happy New Year! You might have seen that we recently published our Top 20 NYC Startups Hiring in 2020 — but what about the West Coast? If you thought the NYC startup scene was rich with job opportunities, you’ll want to check out everything the Bay Area has to offer in 2020. This booming, vibrant startup scene is looking for new talent far and wide, so if you’re ready to follow through on your New Year’s resolutions and actually find a job you’ll love this year, check out our list of the top 20 San Francisco startups hiring this year.
Regardless of your professional experience, industry background, or undergraduate major, there’s room for everyone in tech — even those of us who don’t code! And although there are plenty of opportunities in the startup scene, breaking in can be tricky, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the ways of the startup world.
Happy New Year! Last January, one of the top 10 most-common New Years’ Resolutions that people reported was to find a new job. If you’re among them, the startup job market is one of the first places you should look! We’re bringing you some of our favorite NYC-based startups that will definitely be looking for new talent in 2020. If you’re determined to follow through on your resolution and actually find a job you’ll love this year — check out our list of the top 20 NYC startups hiring this January.
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Contributed by Eric Goldschein, Editor at Fundera.
The number one reason we work where we work is because our jobs give us the salary and benefits we need to live. The second reason? According to the 2018 Hired Global Brand Health Report, it’s company culture. The importance of a vibrant and welcoming company culture is on the rise: in an economy with such a low unemployment rate, the best way for companies to differentiate themselves is by offering cultures that promise positivity, transparency, and opportunities for growth.
As a job seeker, how can you tell whether a company walks the walk or is just talking the talk? What should be on your company culture checklist to ensure you’re not wasting your time somewhere you won’t be a fit? Here are seven ways to tell that a company’s culture is right for you.
When Catherine Balogun got matched to a temporary Customer Support Representative role at Zola on Planted, she knew right away that she had found "the one." We recently spoke with her about her job search, interview experience, and how she was able to turn her time as a temporary role into a full-time one with the support of her Zola family.
Not all career paths run in straight lines. On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to three startup career transitioners about their career trajectories and advice for jobseekers. Read more about how Ted Conbeer, SVP of Strategy at MakeSpace, found his way to startups—and why he hasn’t looked back since.
Dreaming of a startup career, but have no idea how to get there? On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to three startup career transitioners about their career trajectories and advice for jobseekers. Here's how panelist Lisa Wang went from former gymnast to founder and CEO of SheWorx.
Dreaming of a startup career, but have no idea how to get there? On Tuesday, January 15th, we hosted a panel at General Assembly NYC where we talked to Lisa Wang, Founder and CEO, SheWorx; Ted Conbeer, SVP of Strategy, MakeSpace; and Becky Nathanson, Head of Business Development and Brand Partnerships, TUSHY about their career backgrounds and advice to jobseekers. Here's our recap of key takeaways during the event.
Want to know more about our individual panelist's stories? We'll be spotlighting each of their career backgrounds and job advice on the blog in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!
Whether you’ve made resolutions or not, this time of year encourages all of us think about ways that we can be the happiest, best versions of ourselves—and a having crappy, soul-sucking job won’t help.
If finding a new job is your ticket to a happy 2019, we’ve put together a few quick and easy things you can do right now to make sure you’re ready to get the startup gig you’ve been dreaming about. Not looking quite yet? No worries—this is something that every job seeker can use no matter what time of the year they start their search.
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