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During this time of uncertainty and unprecedented job losses, Intry is using its tools and expertise to help job seekers in their search for answers on how to find work in this critical time.
Tech companies are more than revenue creating apps, and they are becoming social figures that mean more than a steady paycheck to employees. Employees are leaving jobs for unethical products, algorithms, or leadership. The adage "Don't bite the hand that feeds you" is outdated as vice presidents and other high ranking employees leave or s
Intry is proud to team up with Goodwill Central Texas to announce a partnership that includes a co-developed B2B toolkit that will further increase the organization’s ability to engage the workforce and increase opportunities for getting a job.
There has never been a better time to launch a startup in Austin. The city’s reputation as one of the fastest-growing tech communities in the country continues to prove itself, attracting top talent, investors, companies and entrepreneurs ready to launch and eager to innovate.
Millions have been furloughed due to the pandemic. Intry's tools can help job seekers get back on their feet faster with its resume optimization tools, helping job seekers increase their chances of landing interviews.
Intry.Careers (Intry) today announces a tool to help the growing unemployment population navigate through the Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) systems that eliminate 75% of job applications before they reach human eyes.
Are you unhappy in your job? Do you job hop looking for that perfect fit? Do you find yourself thinking it’s them and not you? If you answered yes, then an assessment will be a HUGE help.
Have you ever applied to a job you were sure you were qualified for, but didn’t get so much as a call back?
Intry is equipping recent college grads with the tools and confidence they need to face unprecedented unemployment levels and land the job of their dreams.
Jennifer Sethre of Intry discusses the world of HR tech, starting her own business, and how rushing a product launch taught her a valuable lesson.
Applying for jobs is never an easy process. With technology, finding and submitting job applications is getting easier, but it has also led to more competition.
Jennifer Sethre of Intry careers says 75 percent of resumes submitted for a job will never be seen by someone who works there.
Ever submit your resume to a hundred companies only to get zero callbacks? Turns out, it likely had little to do with your qualifications and more to do with automated recruiting systems blocking your resume because of incompatible formatting or a lack of keyword stuffing.
Five minutes ago, you applied for a job. You’re excited. What you don’t know is that your resume only has a 25% chance of actually getting in front of hiring managers.
Thank you for my recent success in landing multiple interviews and a job. Intry helped me update my resume and list the skills that hiring managers want to see, and my resumes are still generating phone calls. Thank you again!
- Greg R.