Tuesday, March 23, 2021. It’s elections day in Israel. I’ve decided to wrap up a quick report (timed myself for 30 minutes drafting, 3 minutes proof-reading and 2 minutes uploading) related to the (now finally over) job hunting I’ve had in 2020-21. By the first of April 2020, I knew I’d no longer be pursuing an academic career but pivot my career to the high-tech industry. The timing was horrible due to COVID19. But hey, it is what it is I told myself. I simply never imagined it’d take nearly one year to complete this change in my career. I documented quite a bit of the actions which I took during the process and until I signed the contract: I cataloged every job I applied to, monitored any indications of success/failure along the way, et cetera. I present below a sort of data-overview of the process. I expose no secrets here. The insights pretty much corroborate the perhaps top two most known of tips: Networking (apply via people you know as well as increase your LinkedIn
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