Today we answer some great questions from our fabulous listeners! Hope it helps!

Is it worth applying to jobs on LinkedIn and Indeed?

We're supposed to network to find a job, but what do you do when no one you know has an open role? 

When hundreds or thousands of people apply to a job in just a few days, should you even bother?

Why does it seem like companies are hiring more UX contractors these days? What does it mean for the future of the field?

What are some UX research-adjacent careers that pay the same?

With more companies wanting hybrid designer-researchers, what does this mean for the evolution of our skill sets?

Why are companies passing up on qualified, extending the process in search for the “perfect candidate" (who may not actually exist)?

Why do I keep seeing the exact same jobs getting reposted every few months for nearly 2 years now?

This episode is sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. Learn more about their Executive Program in Design Leadership here.

Episode transcript

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