Nathan Brunner

I am a mathematician, and I care about employment opportunities for everyone. Since all employment sites promote the same high-marketing budget jobs, some candidates end up applying to hundreds of jobs before getting a positive reply. To solve this, I have built a search engine (salarship.com) where less-skilled candidates can find accessible employment opportunities. Through my other venture (hireatscale.com) I also help gig economy companies hire on-demand workers at scale for jobs such as babysitting, dog walking, delivery driving, tutoring, etc.

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What Does “Lead” Mean in a Job Title?

Throughout the day, we hear countless job titles in our places of work. Job titles can even vary from one company to another, and we sometimes get confused and don’t know which job title to use. One of those confusing titles is “Lead,” a designation often confused with manager positions even though they are not …

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Engineering Job Titles Hierarchy

If you’re interested in joining the engineering field, you may wonder what your job might look like in the future and how one can advance their career after starting as an engineer. To answer these questions, it helps to understand the job hierarchy that most engineering companies follow regarding positions and responsibilities.  The typical engineering …

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What Does “Internal Candidate” Mean on a Job Application?

Job hunting can be a nerve-wracking experience. More often than not, it’s a tough competition where you need to stand out to get noticed. So when you’re applying for a job with internal applicants, does that mean your chances are ruined?  “Internal candidate” on a job application means an applicant is applying for a different …

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How to Write Your Unique Identifier on a Job Application

On specific job applications, candidates might come across sections requesting a “unique identifier.” Because this isn’t a common requirement for many job applications, this can understandably throw people off. So, how do you write a “unique identifier” on a job application? You should write your “unique identifier” on a job application using either the last …

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What to Wear to a Hospital Job Interview

You have updated your stellar resume and picked out the healthcare establishment you want to work in. You have done all that is required except to show up for the interview. For a conservative work environment like a hospital, how you show up is as crucial as your impeccable qualifications. When going for a hospital …

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How Many Bullet Points per Job Can I Put On My Resume?

When applying for jobs, our resume becomes our best self-marketing tool. Because of this, we must format it in a way that’s both visually appealing and easy to read for the people looking at our experience. For this reason, many job applicants ask, “how many bullet points per job can I put on my resume?” …

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Should I Respond to Job Application Acknowledgement Emails?

Recruiters of top companies often send “resume received” letters to inform candidates about the status of their application. If you are applying for a new job, you might wonder how to reply to a resume received email.  You should not respond to a job application acknowledgment email unless it includes questions for you or specifies …

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Can I Collect Unemployment Benefits if I Work Part-Time?

So, you were recently laid off from your work and are worried about where to source income for your daily needs. Fortunately, you’ve found a part-time job that can help support your daily expenses – but you’re wondering if you can also collect unemployment benefits at the same time. If you are a part-time worker, …

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What Are Subsidized Meals at Work?

One of the many perks that some companies can offer their employees, and sometimes their guests, is subsidized meals. Yet, what are subsidized meals, and what kind of benefits do employers get from offering them at work? Subsidized meals at work are meals for employees during their shifts that are employer-provided and either fully or …

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How Many Bullet Points Should I Put On My Resume for Skills?

Skills are your best attributes, and market your profile to potential employers. Employers check the skills section in your resume to determine if you are the best fit for the job. Therefore, you need to display them in a way that does not dilute essential information and is easily readable for employers to determine your …

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