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Frequently Asked Questions

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How do I prepare for an interview?

You landed an interview. Congratulations! It feels incredible, but there's still more work to be done before you land the job. Interviews can take a variety of forms, but here are some tried and true tips to help you nail it!

Do you know where I could find a resume template?

Google offers a variety of free resume templates that you can easily customize in Google Docs and download as a PDF. If you're looking for something a little snazzier and are willing to pay a modest amount, Creative Market has some beautiful ones that are compatible with Word and the leading design programs.

Are you available outside of the US?

Although we would love to expand, we currently only list jobs available in the United States.

Do you ever post part-time jobs?

We do! You may find them on our jobs page.

Will working affect my disability benefits?

This is dependent on a number of factors, including both how many hours you work and how much money you make. You may find more information here.

How do I go about disclosing my illness to my employer?

This is entirely a personal desicion and you are under no obligaton to do so. If that is something you would like to do, you may find suggestions here.

Get Inspired

The hardest part of landing a job is staying motivated and confident. These TED talks will help you stay on track

Fake it till you make it

No, not your resume. Confidence! Amy Cuddy, a social psychologist, has found that practicing confident posture can actually make you feel more confident. So if you have a big interview coming up, you're going to want to practice your "power poses". We've tried it, and although it feels a little silly, it definitely works!

Watch the TED talk

Stop getting lost in your own thoughts

When people get a cut, they usually clean the wound, put a bandaid on it, and see a doctor to see if stitches are in order. However, when our thoughts turn negative (which can inevitably happen when getting rejection emails from companies), many of us don't treat these invisible wounds with the same care. Why? Guy Winch explores this question, and suggests a few answers.

Watch the TED talk