Image Credit: Glassdoor

Image Credit: Glassdoor

Glassdoor is an online site focused on helping people find jobs, as well as companies they could love. Founded in 2007, Glassdoor hosts over six million company reviews in a variety of areas, all provided by a company’s most exclusive source—employees. Claiming themselves as “the world’s most transparent career community,” Glassdoor offers users the chance to intensively search a company’s salary reports, interview questions, CEO approval ratings, and much more. Yet, if this isn’t enough incentive for you to go and sign up right now, below are three reasons why once becoming a Glassdoor member, you’ll never job hunt the same again. 

1. In-Depth Resume Critique

Through a partnership with career services site Top Resume, Glassdoor offers the chance for users to have their resumes critiqued in areas of visual presentation and organization, resume writing, and digital readiness. The service even includes a resume scanning software litmus test, which is a test that runs your resume through an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), evaluating how you stand up to automation. Many Fortune 500 companies use ATS.

2. Glassdoor Blog

Updated often and covering “everything from job seeking advice, to product/feature announcements, to the latest company headlines,” the site’s online blog offers majorly beneficial articles covering topics such as: “4 Mistakes New Job Seekers Should Avoid” to “5 Ways To Get The Job When You Don’t Have the Experience.” The blog also features fun and interest-focused articles like “5 Things Game of Thrones Can Teach You About Finding a Job” and “10 of the Best Companies for Dogs.” Experts author each article, leveraging their expertise and knowledge, so readers can obtain beneficial information right out of the mouths of those who have experience in the field. In addition, articles present easy solutions and practical advice for professionals to follow in order to obtain success. 

3. Job Opening Alerts

Arguably the most beneficial service from the site, Glassdoor offers each member the option to select job alerts for when desired positions become available at specific companies and in specific cities. When desired positions open, Glassdoor sends members a job alert directly to their phone or email. Other alerts users have the option to receive include: internship positions, salary reports, and interview reviews. 
In full, Glassdoor understands that in today’s age the job hunt can be tedious and unbearably ineffective. That’s why it’s reshaping the job hunt, giving all job seekers the best possible resources to land their dream job. Becoming a member today could lead you to land a job tomorrow.