How To Be Successful in Your Next Remote Interview

In efforts to limit the spread of the COVID-19, many companies have adapted to remote work by leveraging video systems like Zoom to connect virtually with their employees. Employers, who are still actively hiring, like Instacart, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, are opting for virtual interactions to take the place of in-person job interviews. This shift in the career marketplace has changed the way we conduct our professional lives and hiring processes. So what’s a virtual interview? If you’ve never experienced a virtual interview before, a virtual interview is an interview that takes place remotely, often using technology like video conferencing. 

Although the interviewer’s questions are likely to be similar to ones posed in an in-person interview, there will be differences between interviewing in-person versus interviewing virtually. For prospective employees, trying to make a pitch about their career qualifications and sharing their brand narrative via video conferencing software, such as Skype, Zoom, or Google Hangouts, can feel a bit overwhelming. 

Remote interviews for jobs are becoming very common, especially in today’s tech-centric world.  While many people prefer in-person interviews, remote interviews – usually held over a video call on a software platform like Zoom – are convenient for both hiring managers and candidates, and are sometimes necessary because of a candidate’s location or social distancing concerns. 

If you’ve never taken part in a remote interview, it’s important to familiarize yourself with this type of interview. Here, we explore a few important remote interview tips you can use during your next digital interviewing experience that will help you ace the call and land your next dream job.

If you’re currently on the job hunt or moving to the next step of the hiring process, here are some best practices and answered questions from our recruiting team at Glassdoor to help you ace your virtual interview and to get you set up for success. 

Here Are 8 Tips To Be Successful In Your Next Remote Interview 

1. Position yourself in a well-lit, quiet, clean space.

It’s essential to choose a quiet, well-lit, neutral, and clean space to conduct your interview, especially if you’re taking the virtual interview from home to limit distractions. Unlike interviewing in the office or a public space, virtual interviews provide an intimate glimpse into your personal life. Be sure to give a great first impression by keeping your area clean and limit any interruptions from family members, pets, partners, and roommates.

Don’t plan to have your remote interview just anywhere. It’s important to choose a location that is free of distractions and noises when participating in a video interview, as these interruptions can leave an interviewer with a negative impression of you. Take stock of your space and choose a location that is far from potential noises and distractions, such as a ringing doorbell, a child’s room, or near a TV that could be turned on. And if you can select a room with a door, make a sign to hang on the door that asks not to be disturbed. (You can do this on your front door, too!) 

2. Test your technology beforehand. 

It’s imperative that you check and test your technology several times before the interview and that day to ensure success. Be sure to double-check your wifi connection, camera and audio, and video conferencing platforms to confirm they are all working seamlessly. Being technologically savvy is a coveted skill that employers are looking for, and by not doing your due diligence to ensure that you’re good to go in the technology realm, you could have the hiring manager or interviewer questioning if you’re the right candidate for the position.  

A day before your interview, perform a few tests of the software you’ll be using for the interview to ensure it works properly. Take time to explore the software and familiarize yourself with how it works. (Be sure you have the most up-to-date version of the software, too!) And if the software shows others an image of yourself, make sure the image you select is up-to-date and appropriate.

3. Charge your computer.

 Ahead of your interview, make sure your computer or laptop is fully charged. It seems obvious, but many people forget, only to have their device die during the call.

4. Prepare thoroughly. 

Just like any other in-person interview, you should be ready to speak in-depth about why you want to join the organization, how the company mission resonates with you, and the value you will bring to the specific role. We suggest that you practice your responses to potential interview questions to feel comfortable and confident with yourself before speaking with the interviewer. Take some time to compile your interview questions for each of your interviewers as well to show further your interest and passion for the role and company. 

5. Dress appropriately. 

Dress for success and look the part! It would be unprofessional to come dressed in anything other than business casual. When you put your best foot forward by dressing professionally, it will show the interviewer that you are serious about the position. Still, there are personal benefits as well – people tend to feel more comfortable, confident, and competent when wearing business attire. 

6. Be authentically yourself. 

Let your personality shine through. In addition to showing your knowledge for the company and role, it’s crucial to open up and give insight into who you are as a person. Interviewers are looking to you to help them gauge to see if you are the right person for the role and an excellent culture addition for the organization. Leverage soft skills like body language, interpersonal skills, deft communication and adaptability to convey your confidence and personality. And don’t forget to ask the interviewer some questions about themselves  – you might have something in common to forge a connection. 

7. Follow up. 

Show your interest! Immediately after your interview(s), reach out to the interviewer by email to show how much you want the role and thank them for their time. Be sure to mention different nuggets of information and tidbits of relevant conversations from the interview.

8. Practice makes perfect.

 Try to anticipate the various questions the interviewer might ask, and practice your responses. For example, it’s almost certainly an interviewer will ask why you’re interested in the role; what you would bring to the team; and your goals for the future. Think of your answers and practice saying them out loud; this will help you feel more at ease – and sound more natural – during the interview.

How to Wow a Recruiter During a Remote Interview

You’ve prepared to have the perfect remote interview, but now, it’s time to knock it out of the park in real-time. Here’s how to impress a recruiter or hiring manager on your video call:

Dress for success. 

Just because you’re interviewing from the comfort of your home doesn’t mean you should get too comfortable. For a remote interview, you’ll still want to dress as if you were meeting the interviewer in person – think: a dress shirt and tie for men, and a blazer or dress for women. 

But beyond that, you’ll need to think about what will look good on screen. You should avoid wearing distracting or bright patterns or colors or flashy jewelry, and instead, opt for neutral-colored clothing and, if you wear it, simple jewelry.

Lastly, make sure you’ve dressed appropriately from top to bottom. It might be tempting to skip wearing professional pants or skirts during a video call, but you may have to stand up, and mishaps happen – and you don’t want your dress to be the reason you lose out on your next dream job.

Make small talk.

When you’re interviewing in person, it can be easier to build a rapport with the interviewer. It’s not as natural on a video call, but it doesn’t have to be awkward. If you can, try to make some chit-chat at the start, which can break the ice and make everyone feel more comfortable. Think of talking points ahead of time, such as a funny (but appropriate) story or a sports reference.

Practice good body language.

You wouldn’t slouch in an in-person interview, and you shouldn’t in a remote interview, either. Be sure to use proper posture, and maintain eye contact throughout the call. If you are constantly looking around, your interviewer may think you’re distracted – or worse, uninterested in the call.

Speak clearly. 

Even though you’ve checked your microphone and internet connection, sometimes speech can be garbled on a computer. So, do your best to speak clearly and enunciate when talking with the interviewer. You should also pause after speaking, as digital interviews often have a lag between when you speak and when the interviewer hears what you said. And be sure to wait a few seconds after the interviewer is done speaking before answering to avoid talking over them. 

What to Do After a Remote Interview

The best thing to do after an interview – a remote interview included – is sending your interviewer a thank-you note for their time and help. You can send a thank you via email and should hit send within 24 hours of the interview. (And, if you interviewed with more than one person, be sure to send each one their own personalized thank-you note. Don’t use a form letter for each note.)

In addition to saying thank you to the interviewer, take the opportunity to reiterate why you would be perfect for the role, focusing on what you can do for them and the company, and telling them again how excited you are for the potential opportunity to join their team. 

Glassdoor Recruiters Answer Questions on How to Have a Successful Virtual Interview

How can I come across warm and personable through a video interview?

So, if you’re trying to come across warm and personable in a video interview, it’s really good to smile, use a lot of great eye contact, take your pauses, and also try to connect on a personal level. Right now, a lot of companies are doing video interviewing, so everyone’s in the same boat, and so you can talk about your personal experience right off the bat, and that way it’ll help with the conversation.

What should I wear to the video interview?

Just because it’s a video interview, it doesn’t mean you should wear pajamas. Try to dress professionally, even if it’s only from the waist up. You’ll feel a lot more confident when you dress for the part. We know virtual interviews can be pretty challenging, especially with a full household. I would recommend trying to find a quiet, private place that’s going to have little to no interruptions during the duration of your interview. We know that it can be challenging, so just do your best. I would also suggest not sitting in front of a window because it will cast a shadow on your face, so it will be pretty challenging to see you during that interview portion. We also know not everybody has a white wall; they can sit in front of for an interview, but I would recommend trying to find a space that has little to no distractions, just so we know the company is focused on you, which is essential.  

Can you go over proper video interview etiquette?

First, I would suggest doing a trial run before your interview, making sure the camera and microphone are all set up just so you don’t run into any issues during the interview. Next, I would make sure that the background is distraction-free, clean, and tidy, well lit, and in a functional space in your home or wherever you’re taking the interview from. And lastly, just to keep in mind that a video interview is just as important as an in-person interview. Good luck!  

What are some tips for successfully completing a technical collaboration during an interview?

Technical interviews can be a little challenging while virtual. Hopefully, these tips will help you out. I would suggest asking those clarifying questions before jumping into the problem. This way, you fully know what’s being asked of you. If you are also working off of multiple monitors, be sure to let your interviewer know. This way, they know if you’re working off of two different screens, or if you are pulling information from another screen. Be sure to over-communicate your thought process as well. Sometimes we can internalize what we’re looking to do next, but in this case, make sure you communicate that so it does feel like a pretty collaborative setting, and this way, you and the interviewer can bounce ideas off of each other as well. Some technical questions are easier handled with a mouse, so if you have one available, that’s great. If not, there are plenty of online tools available for you to practice before that interview. Hopefully, these tips help, and we wish you the best of luck!

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New Glassdoor Product Feature: Discover Companies That are a Fit For You

Job seekers can now navigate to a “Discover Companies” tab to see personalized recommendations of companies based on companies they follow, and popular companies on their location. Signed in users can navigate to it from the “Companies” tab on their homepage where they can learn more about their suggested companies, read reviews, follow them, and compare competitors. The page also highlights other product features and tools Glassdoor has to offer including relevant blogs and the ability to see top companies in various sectors through our Company Explorer tool.

Here’s how it works: 

  1. Sign onto your Glassdoor account.
  2. Look for the “Companies” tab on the top navigation bar.
  3. Click on “Discover Companies” on the dropdown menu.
  4. Improve your recommendations by answering questions on preferred industries, locations, and company attributes. 
  5. View and follow companies recommended for you, compare companies, explore sectors, see company reviews, and more.

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6 Tips to Refresh Your Resume

Whether you are an experienced professional with many years in the workforce or just out of college, a resume is your passport to new and exciting fields of endeavor and should be regarded for the power it possesses.

Here are some Dos and Don’ts to consider.

DO keep your resume updated. Regardless of how much or how little time you may have in your current position, you constantly are gaining new experience. Waiting too long between updates could mean forgetting to add that experience to your next renewal. Also, with the volatility of the job market, you never know when you may need your resume. Rushing around to add new content because you are suddenly out of work typically leads to a less-than-stellar document. By keeping it current, you will be less harried should the unexpected happen or an intriguing opportunity to advance your career presents itself.

DO make sure your resume speaks to the intended audience. For those who have amassed work experience, it is likely that not all experience will be apropos to positions that interest you. A ‘one size fits all’ approach rarely works well if this describes you. Identifying and targeting best-fit story points that speak to your audience’s needs assures you supply those employers with a focused resume. While some experience will certainly cross over, such as a sales professional looking to move into a consultative role, your ‘great closing percentage’ will be of little consequence to the company needing a new admissions officer.

DO seek professional advice. This may seem like a no-brainer to some, but believe it or not, there are still those who insist on going it alone when it comes to this vital piece of career strategy. No one knows their own career better than you do. However, putting that information together to create a document that will blow away your competition may require massaging by an expert who knows how to strategically nuanced content based on your professional goals. At the very least, if you are committed to writing your own resume, you may want to research professional resume writing books to guide you in current resume development methods.

DO NOT add on to the bottom of an existing document. Have you ever seen an old beat-up car with a brand new fender? The new part typically only makes the rest of the car look even worse. The same is true of a resume that simply has new content added on. Take the time to rebuild your resume completely when you feel the need to add in new experience. The new information should be integrated and become a part of the bigger and better picture – not an afterthought.

DO NOT embellish your expertise. Trying to overcome certain shortcomings in your career by overstating your abilities will only lead to disappointment for all involved. Be honest with yourself and your potential employer. Remember, no matter what they may have advertised as a requirement for the position, these requirements are a wish list in many cases. Your skill level may not line up perfectly, but it may very well be closer than anyone else who has applied. Be brave and take a chance. It is always better to lose honestly than to win dishonestly. It will always come back to haunt you.

DO NOT worry about the length. Too often professionals shortchange themselves by being overly sensitive about the length of their resume. The number of pages has no impact on employers looking to fill a position. The key is in making certain the information is clear, concise, and lines up with the needs of the employer. Think about the last book you read. If the story was interesting from start to finish, did you concern yourself with how many pages it took to tell the story? Of course not. Your resume is no different. No HR professional has ever turned away a job seeker because the resume was too long, especially if it proves them out to be the best-qualified candidate for the job.

While this list is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your resume, adhering to it will have a lasting and positive effect on what is arguably the most important part of your personal career portfolio.

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How to Apply for Your First Job

One of the most daunting tasks facing a college student is applying to your very first job. We have all been there at one point, and in a high-speed academic environment, it can often feel like everyone around you is on top of the process and you’re falling behind.

Don’t be left dreading what you’ll answer when your classmates start asking where you’ll be working when you graduate. Below are some key tips that can help you land the job of your dreams.

Be prepared: Intern in a field you are interested in while in college

Start interning while you are a student. Use sites like Glassdoor to search for internships and start looking for your internship early! Many of the more competitive internships have deadlines in mid-to-late fall. You can be the most talented future engineer in the world, but if you miss the December 15th deadline, Google won’t consider you for the position. So, be sure to be ahead of the curve. As early as late summer, begin brainstorming fields and companies that you are interested in. Once you have done that, identify key deadlines, especially for your top choices.

Search for internships.

Put your best foot forward: Create or revise your resume

If you have not created a resume as of yet, now is the time to do it. Be clear and concise in explaining your experience, and any other relevant information. Aim for about one page of content, and avoid any distracting or busy fonts. If you already have a resume, make sure it’s up-to-date with all your professional experience, useful skills, and educational information. And make sure these 7 things aren’t missing on your resume!

Take advantage: Use your school resources

Often times your university will have tons of untapped career advice. If your school has a career center, be sure to use it. Attend any recruiting events for companies you’re interested in. Join clubs that relate to your interests. If you’re looking at jobs that require letters of recommendation, keep a running list of professors or advisors that you could ask. Lastly, don’t forget to network, network, network.

Search smart: Use the right online tools

The Internet is a great research tool, but it can be overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. Sites like Glassdoor help you navigate the job market in a smart and efficient way. Make sure you bookmark interesting jobs as you go along.

Take the plunge: Apply

Apply to a variety of jobs, making sure to cover all of your bases. Don’t get your heart set on just one based on the listing – apply to as many as are relevant, while also keeping your eye on the quality of your resume and cover letter.  Check out tips on how to create the best cover letter for entry-level positions.

First impressions count: Prepare for interviews

After submitting your applications, you hopefully will be asked to do an interview, whether on the phone or virtually. Before the interview, make sure you are familiar with the organization in question and prepare any questions you have about the company or your responsibilities. Remember to be confident, excited about the company and the position, and above all—yourself.

Hopefully, you now feel empowered to go forth and get the job of your dreams. Good luck!


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37 Companies Actively Hiring Amid COVID-19

Although the coronavirus has slowed down hiring significantly, there are a sizable amount of companies who are still hiring amid COVID-19. Looking for a new job or perhaps a second job? Companies need you more than ever before. Check out all the companies hiring right now. Apply today.

Nestle USA
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Where Hiring:  Oakland, CA, Arlington, VA, Spartanburg, SC & more.
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Acadia Healthcare
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TreeHouse Foods
Industry: Food & Beverage Manufacturing
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UT Southwestern Medical Center
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
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Harbor Freight Tools
Industry: Home Centers & Hardware Stores
Where Hiring: Pleasant Hill, CA, Vallejo, CA, Saint Louis, MO, Calabasas, CA & more.
Open Roles: Retail Stocking Associate, Retail Sales Associate, Senior Retail Sales Associate, Senior Retail Stocking Associate, Retail Stocking Supervisor, District Manager – Missouri, Senior Package Designer & more.

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Decided Excellence Catholic Media
Industry: Publishing
Where Hiring: Kansas City, MO, Phoenix, AZ & more.
Open Roles: Sales Account Executive, Remote Sales Account Executive, & more.

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Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
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Open Roles: Ward Clerk, Intern, Credentialing Specialist, Program Director, PC Support Technician, Psychiatrist, Business Services Assistant, Peer Specialist & more.

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Hub International *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Logistics & Supply Chain
Where Hiring: San Rafael, CA,  San Francisco, CA, Concord, CA & more.
Open Roles: Account Manager – Personal Lines, Account Manager / Commercial Lines, Assistant Account Manager – Commercial Lines, Insurance Accounting Associate, Account Coordinator-1, Account Coordinator, Sales Operations Administrator & more.

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Banner Health
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
Where Hiring: Tucson, AZ, Phoenix, AZ, Greeley, CO& more.
Open Roles: Communication Representative, Room Service Associate, Monitor Tech, Rehab Aide, IT Systems Analyst Senior, Coder Quality Analyst HIMS, Operations Director BMDACC & more.

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Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
Industry: Industrial Manufacturing
Where Hiring: Plymouth, MN, Solon, OH, Beaverton, MI, Clearwater, FL & more.
Open Roles: Engineering-Manufacturing, Applications & Process Management, Manufacturing Technician I, Compounding Batchmaker – 24/7 Team 3, Days, Production Operator – Night Shift, Production Operator, VIE Business Development Engineer (H/F) & more.

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Fresh Thyme Farmers Markets
Industry: Grocery Stores & Supermarkets
Where Hiring: Warrington, PA; Brookfield, CT; Portland, ME & more.
Open Roles: Key Manager, Cashier, Food Service Clerk, Produce Supervisor, Grocery Clerk, Produce Clerk, Maintenance Clerk, Assistant Food Service Manager, Meat Cutter & more.

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Southern California Edison
Industry: Grocery Stores & Supermarkets
Where Hiring: Westminster, CA, Rosemead, CA, Wildomar, CA & more.
Open Roles: Analytics Advisor Operations, Engineer 2 Standards/Tech Transfer, HR Business Partner, Senior Advisor, Purchasing Specialist, Service Planner Training Sr Specialist, Local Planning Specialist & more.

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Ferrara Candy Company
Industry: Food & Beverage Manufacturing
Where Hiring: Augusta, GA, Chicago, IL, Park Forest, IL & more.
Open Roles: Tray Loader Inspector and Track Packer, Operations Lead, Detailed Production Scheduler, Mixer, Demand Planner, Candy Dumper 2nd Shift, Specialist, Customer Support & more.

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Help at Home
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
Where Hiring: Tuscaloosa, AL, Saint Joseph, MO,  Kennett, MO & more.
Open Roles: Licensed Practical Nurse, Personal Care Assistant, Registered Nurse, Direct Support Professional, Direct Support Professional (DSP), Home Health Aide, Personal Care Assistant/Homemaker & more.

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CB Insights *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Where Hiring:  Portland, OR, New York, NY & more.
Open Roles: Senior Full Stack Engineer (REMOTE), Intelligence Analyst, Healthcare, Customer Success Manager, Senior Backend Engineer (Remote), Strategic Account Manager, Principal Data Warehouse Engineer & more.

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Los Alamos National Laboratory *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Federal Agencies
Where Hiring: Los Alamos, NM
Open Roles: Scientist 2/3, Postdoctoral (Postdoc) Program, Scientist 3/4 (Scientist 3/4), Research Technologist 1, Scientist 3 (Verification & Validation Scientist 3), Project Manager 1/2, Scientist 2 (Novel Computing Researcher), Project Manager 4 & more.

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Evoqua Water Technologies *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Industrial Manufacturing
Where Hiring:  Groveport, OH, Hartford, CT, South Windsor, CT & more.
Open Roles: Field Service Supervisor, Field Service Technician, Commodity Manager II, Field Service Technician I, Mechanical Engineer, Materials Logistics Specialist, Field Service Technician II, Account Representative & more.

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Wellstar Health System
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
Where Hiring: Marietta, GA, Roswell, GA, Griffin, GA & more.
Open Roles: Registered Nurse (RN)- OR/General Surgery Weekend Option, Physician – Neurologist, Nurse Manager-CCU Coronary Care Unit, Pediatric Hospitalist, Physician – Core Faculty Family Medicine – Outpatient – GME Kennestone, Physician – Urologist & more.

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Avant Healthcare Professionals
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
Where Hiring: Casselberry, FL & more.
Open Roles: Recruitment Specialist, Registered Nurse, Occupational Therapist, HR Specialist, NCLEX Coordinator, HR Executive Administrator, Nurse Manager, HRIS Analyst, IT Business Analyst & more.

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Industry: Federal Agencies
Where Hiring: Livermore, CA
Open Roles: WCI – Design Physicists, NIF – Experimental Physicists, Engineering – Electrical Engineers, Engineering – Senior Mechanical Engineers, Computing – Cybersecurity Engineer, Computing – ServiceNow Developer, Computing – VMware VDI Systems Engineer, Global Security – National Security Nuclear Analyst, Computational Physicists/Engineers, Optical Fabrication – Postdoctoral Researcher, Business – Subcontract Analysts, Business – Technical Writer/Editor & more.

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Industry: Computer Hardware & Software
Where Hiring:  Redwood City, CA
Open Roles: Facilities Manager, Executive Support Specialist, IT, Director, Product Management, Science, Science Program Officer, Computational Biology, Computational Biology Program Manager, Neurodegeneration, VP, Strategy and Operations, Director, Investment Operations & more.

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Where Hiring: San Francisco, CA
Open Roles: Sales Development Representative, Business Development Representative, Business Development Representative – tech, SDR, BDR, SDR – tech & more.

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Vera Whole Health
Industry: Health Care Services & Hospitals
Where Hiring: Houston, TX, Portland, OR, Spokane, WA & more.
Open Roles: Medical Assistant, Sr. Data Analyst, Health Coach, SQL Developer, Family Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse – Triage, Regional Lead Provider, Physician, Whole Health Coach & more.

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Industry: Computer Hardware & Software
Where Hiring:  San Francisco, CA & more.
Open Roles: Sales Development Representative, Sales Operations & Strategy Analyst, Mid-Market/Commercial and Sales Development, Resident Solutions Architect, Software Engineer – Tools and Infrastructure, IT Support Engineer, Field Engineering Program Manager & more.

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FactSet *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Financial Analytics & Research
Where Hiring: New York, NY, Norwalk, CT & more.
Open Roles: Digital – APIs – Product Manager, Digital – Senior Product Manager – Chart & Data Visualization, Vice President, Strategic Workforce Planning, Sales Specialist – Back Office, CTS, Global Head of CTS Sales, Senior Software Engineer & more.

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Fannie Mae
Industry: Investment Banking & Asset Management
Where Hiring: Washington, DC, Reston, VA & more.
Open Roles: Financial Engineer I, Business Analyst II, Software Engineer – AWS, Junior Salesforce Engineer, Analyst II, Capital Markets, Senior Corporate Strategy Analyst, Strategic Planning Analyst _Digital Transformation & more.

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Where Hiring: Westborough, MA, San Ramon, CA, San Francisco, CA & more.
Open Roles: Restaurant Team Member – Crew, Restaurant Team Member – Hiring 10, Restaurant Team Member, Restaurant Manager, Apprentice General Manager, Service Manager & more.

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Scotts Miracle-Gro *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Consumer Products Manufacturing
Where Hiring: Hamilton, IL, Oswego, IL, Columbus, OH & more.
Open Roles: Analyst, Emerging Technologies, Process Engineer, Manager, Quality Risk, and Compliance, Sr Buyer, Supply Chain Procurement, Forklift Operator, Machine Packaging Operator & more.

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Where Hiring: Blanding, UT, Memphis, TN, Miami Gardens, FL & more.
Open Roles: Chief of Staff, Finance, Director, New Market Operations, Associate Director, New Market Sales, Primary Care Physician, Market Clinical Manager, Membership Growth Consultant & more.

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Where Hiring: Greenfield, WI,  Downers Grove, IL, Moreno Valley, CA & more.
Open Roles: Temporary Seasonal Team Member, Temporary Seasonal Delivery Driver, Restaurant Manager, General Manager, Assistant General Manager, Food Production, Crew Chief, Manager (Hourly) & more.

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Texas A&M
Industry: College & Universities
Where Hiring: Bryan, TX, Dallas, TX,  Houston, TX & more.
Open Roles: Systems Administrator I, Program Coordinator I, Research Assistant, Systems Administrator III, Research Associate, Research Scientist, Assistant / Associate / Full Professor & more.

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Taos *Hiring Surge*
Industry: IT Services
Where Hiring: Milpitas, CA, Sunnyvale, CA, Columbus, OH & more.
Open Roles: GCP Cloud Engineer, Relationship Manager, Business Development Executive, AWS Cloud Engineer, Alliances Sales Executive, Operations Center Engineer, Cloud Operations Program Manager & more.

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Synergy Staffing
Industry: Advertising & Marketing
Where Hiring: Lynnwood, WA, Coon Rapids, MN & more.
Open Roles: Entry Level Enrollment Specialist (Virtual Interview & Training), Entry Level Account Representative, Customer Service & Sales Specialist, Entry Level Sales Consultant, Entry Level Enrollment Specialist, Customer Service Sales Agent (Virtual Interview & Training) & more.

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BAE Systems USA
Industry: Aerospace & Defense
Where Hiring: Wallops Island, VA, McLean, VA & more.
Open Roles: Project Analyst, Warrior Integration Program, IT Requirements/Request Support, Cyber Security, Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM), Program Manager, EXCOMM Systems Tech, Chief Engineer (1-2 days/week remote!) & more.

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Fidelity Investments
Industry: Investment Banking & Asset Management
Where Hiring: Burlingame, CA, Larkspur, CA, Walnut Creek, CA & more.
Open Roles: Financial Consultant, Financial Consultant – Marin, Financial Representative, Product Manager, Relationship Manager, Planning Consultant, Senior Accountant, Investment Consultant – LA South Bay & more.

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14 Companies Offering Internships for College Graduates and Students Now

COVID-19 has dramatically affected the job economy as we know it, including internships. Internships have served as a smooth transition into the workforce for college students looking to gain additional experience, but the COVID-19 crisis means there are limited opportunities. According to our economic research team, online internship job openings on Glassdoor dropped to 30,806 as of April 13, a 52 percent drop since March 9. One in two internship openings have been closed since the coronavirus crisis began in the United States, and intern hiring in April has fallen 39 percent compared to last April. Although these data points seem bleak, there are still thousands of opportunities available for those on the hunt for an internship. If you’re a student in your final year of university or college searching for an internship, please find several companies who are looking for interns, below.

McKinsey & Company
Industry: Consulting
Where Hiring: San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; Atlanta, GA & more.
Open Roles: Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (Stanford), Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (Northwestern, U of Michigan), Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (Harvard, Yale, MIT), Sophomore Diversity Leaders Intern (SDLI), Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (Georgia Tech), Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (U of Texas-Austin), Freshman Diversity Leaders Intern (Georgetown, Howard, Princeton, University of Penn) & more.

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Industry: Industrial Manufacturing
Where Hiring: San Francisco, CA; Champaign, IL; Peoria, IL & more.
Open Roles: Corporate Intern: Full-Time Summer Internships – Web/Mobile, Corporate Part-Time Interns: Data Analytics / Data Analyst – Spring and Fall 2020 Internships – OPEN TO LOCAL PEORIA, IL. STUDENTS, Corporate Intern: Data Analytics Object-Oriented Development – Summer – May 2020 Start Date, University Intern & more.

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Industry: Real Estate
Where Hiring: Detroit, MI & more.
Open Roles: Robotic Process Automation Developer Intern & more.

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Citi *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Investment Banking & Asset Management
Where Hiring: New York, NY; Tampa, FL; New Castle, DE; Getzville, NY & more.
Open Roles: Citi Research, Summer Associate Program, Citi Research, Summer Associate – New York City, Cajero Intern, Citi Summer Internship Program – New Castle, DE, Citi Tampa Summer Internship, Buffalo Finance Summer Internship Program, Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory (BCMA) – Investment Banking Financial Strategy and Solutions Group, Summer Analyst – New York (North America – 2021), & more.

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Facebook *Virtual Internships and Hiring Surge*
Industry: Internet
Where Hiring: Menlo Park, CA; Sausalito, CA; Redmond, WA & more.
Open Roles: Traffic Protocols Engineering Intern, Software Engineer, Intern/Co-op, Security Engineer Intern, Product Security, Operations Research Scientist Intern, Research Intern, Audio Technology (PhD), Research Intern – Mobile Vision (PhD), Research Intern, AI System CoDesign, more.

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Reynolds and Reynolds *Hiring Surge*
Industry: Computer Hardware & Software
Where Hiring: Houston, TX; Dayton, OH; & more.
Open Roles: Multimedia Marketing Intern, Video Production Intern, Marketing Data Analyst Intern, 2020 Summer Internships, Customer Service Internship & more.

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Oracle *Virtual Internships*
Industry: Internet
Where Hiring:  Belmont, CA; Redwood City, CA; Broomfield, CO; Morrisville, NC; Austin, TX & more.
Open Roles: Student / Intern, Business Systems Analyst Intern, OWL Intern, Software Engineer, Intern, Security Engineer Intern, Security Operations Center Analyst Intern, & more.

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Susquehanna International Group (SIG)
Industry: Stock Exchanges
Where Hiring: Alameda, CA; Bala Cynwyd, PA;  Secaucus, NJ & more.
Open Roles: Quantitative Research Intern – PhD Student Hire & more.

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Treasury Wine Estates
Industry: Food & Beverage Manufacturing
Where Hiring: Napa, CA; Paso Robles, CA & more.
Open Roles: Grower Relations Harvest Intern – Lodi, Grower Relations Harvest Intern, Harvest Viticulture Intern – Etude Wines, Harvest Laboratory Intern, Harvest Cellar Intern – BV, Harvest Cellar Intern – Stags’ Leap Winery & more.

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Calix *Virtual Internships*
Industry: Telecommunications Services
Where Hiring: Petaluma, CA; San Jose, CA & more.
Open Roles: Digital Marketing Intern, Supply Chain Management Intern, Demand and Supply Planning Intern & more.

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Industry: Energy
Where Hiring: Houston, TX; & more.
Open Roles: Staff Accountant Intern, Financial Analyst Intern, Supply Chain Management Intern & more.

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BioMarin Pharmaceutical
Industry: Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
Where Hiring: Novato, CA; San Rafael, CA & more.
Open Roles: Intern – Business Analyst, Intern – Statistical Genetics, Intern – Discovery Medicine/Clinical Sciences, Intern – Corporate Legal, Intern – Government Affairs, Intern – Material Operations & more.

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Industry: Insurance Carriers
Where Hiring: Bala Cynwyd, PA; Charlotte, NC; & more.
Open Roles: SPAN/Salesforce Intern, Service Operations Intern, 2020 Summer Internship- Design Technology & more.

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HP Inc.
Industry: Computer Hardware & Software
Where Hiring: Bucharest, Romania; Bangalore, Karnataka, India; Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico; & more.
Open Roles: Customer and Sales Support InternHP Security Lab Intern, CA Intern, Internship on Modeling and Numerical Simulation in Additive Manufacturing, Internship on Modeling and Numerical Simulation in Additive Manufacturing, College Intern – Electronic / Electrical Engineering & more.

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