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  • Glassdoor is now LIVE with a refreshed look & feel! There's never been a better time to find a job that fits your life.

    Glassdoor Unveils A New Look & Feel - Glassdoor Blog

    Now visitors to Glassdoor around the world, on desktop and mobile, will see a dynamic presence, improved site functionality and will still have access to millions of jobs. "With our refreshed brand, we aim to better connect with our audience so that in turn people can better connect to a job that fits their life," said Moody Glasgow, Glassdoor chief marketing officer.

  • Lead Engineer, Fro Umel shares what it's like to work at the company helping people everywhere find a job and company they love.

    Employee Spotlight: Fro Umel, Lead Engineer - Glassdoor Blog

    Here at Glassdoor, we've dedicated ourselves to helping people everywhere find a job and company they love. Having revolutionized workplace transparency, now it's our turn to offer an inside look into the culture and community that make up Glassdoor. Learn more, first hand, from the people who have found a home here.

  • At Glassdoor, we're doing our part to close the gender pay gap. Glassdoor Chief Economist weighs in on claims about Google's compensation.

    Google fires back over feds' claim it pays women less than men

    Employment website Glassdoor on April 10 put out a report on its analysis of salary data contributed to the site by current and former Google workers. “Men on average do earn about 16.3 percent more than women at Google,” Glassdoor chief economist Andrew Chamberlain wrote.

  • Get the inside scoop on life at Glassdoor!

    What's It Really Like To Work At Glassdoor? In A Word-Awesome! - Glassdoor Blog

    In the wake of our recent release of our , we thought we'd shed some light on what it's like to Employees' Choice Awards, honoring the Best Places to Work in 2017 work at Glassdoor.

  • Glassdoor interviewed 13 top execs—and one presidential nominee—to find out their surprising first jobs.

    The Surprising First Jobs of 14 Successful Executives

    Everyone remembers their first job. Usually, it's filled with grunt work and coffee runs. Nothing particularly glamorous, but the lessons learned tend to stay with you throughout your career. Glassdoor interviewed 13 top execs-and one presidential nominee-to find out their surprising first jobs.

  • Do you Know Your Worth? Check out what the WSJ has to say...

    Glassdoor's New Tool Helps With Pay Comparisons

    News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Algorithm gives real-time estimate of whether compensation is in line with job market Glassdoor Inc.

  • Speaking to a packed room, the six-foot-one-inch phenom shared stories about getting pep talks from Michael Phelps, being cheered on by Kobe Bryant, and how she transitioned from athlete to 9-5er at a job she loves. (Hint: She used Glassdoor!)

    Former Olympian Christine Magnuson Visits Glassdoor & Talks Life After Swimming - Glassdoor Blog

    Glassdoor has Olympic fever! From the U.S. to Dublin to London, we're all cheering on our respective teams, staying up late into the night to catch all the winning moments. So when word spread that a champion swimmer would be visiting our offices, excitement hit a fever pitch.

  • Glassdoor Acquires Love Mondays!

    Extra Extra Read All About It!

    Today, Glassdoor announced that we acquired Love Mondays, a fast-growing employer review and jobs site in Brazil.

  • Don’t panic. Prepare! We've got you covered.

    Your Ultimate Interview Prep Checklist - Glassdoor Blog

    So you applied for a job online, and just got a call from the recruiter asking if you can interview with the hiring manager. You are super excited until you hear that the interview is happening in 48 hours. 2 days. OMG! Don't panic; just prepare! Glassdoor has got you covered.

  • Ask one person about including an objective statement on your resume and they’ll say it’s paramount. Ask another person and they’ll say it’s outdated. Who's right? Read on.

    What To Put In Your Resume's "Objective" Section? - Glassdoor Blog

    Ask one person about including an objective statement on your resume and they'll say it's paramount. Ask another person and they'll say it's outdated. Who knew a couple of sentences could be so polarizing? You're bound to find conflicting information about this topic, making the objective statement, well, subjective.

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