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Check Into Work From A Paraglider!?! This PowerToFly Member Did

Monalisa, who found her dream job as a Graphic Designer at Skillcrush via PowerToFly, literally flew through a meeting with her team this week. From a paraglider in Romania, Monalisa relayed that "she has no blockers and is getting a killer altitude bump from these thermals". Yeah, Monalisa is definitely working remotely.

From the sky, your couch, or a killer office space- there are a plethora of opportunities awaiting your application on our job board. What's the best way to stay updated on new jobs? Follow companies on PowerToFly. You'll be the first to receive exclusive job listings, company updates, and more!

FEATURED COMPANY OF THE WEEK: THALES

The opportunities at Thales are as limitless as the boundaries of engineering, science and technology. They're growing all the time and offering these benefits:

  • 401(k) - they match!
  • Flexible PTO - A minimum of four weeks annually and eleven paid holidays
  • Heath and Medical - multiple options for you to choose from
  • Thales Wellness Together Program - an activities-based program that provides tools and resources to help you manage your long-term health
  • Tuition Reimbursement - Up to 70%
  • Mentor Programs - for those looking to advance in their career and further develop professional skill-sets
Looking for more opportunities with companies that care? These five companies are al looking to make hires this week!

Bluecore

If 6 PM improv classes or midday gym sessions make you happy, they will support you and your time. Click here to see opportunities with Bluecore.

Talent

Best Work-From-Home Jobs to Apply to in 2021

10 Full-Time Roles You Can Do Remotely! [Updated Sept 2021]

[This article was updated September 20, 2021]

Work-from-home jobs sometimes get a bad reputation: low pay, repetitive work, micromanagement... the list goes on. But if one good thing has come out of 2020, it's that it's redefined working from home. Remote work has come a long way, and the opportunities to work from home in 2021 are more promising than ever before.

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Riot Games

From a Love of Puzzles to Riot Games’ Head of Data: Natasha Julka’s Career Story

Natasha's dad used to ask her why she was opening up their VCR—and whether she was planning on putting it back together.

"I loved breaking and fixing things around the house," Natasha explains. "I couldn't wait to see what was inside!"

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Diversity and Inclusion Calendar 2022

Inclusive leaders are ones who make their team feel like they belong, like they're valued, and like their whole self is seen and appreciated at work. Being cognizant of different holidays and celebrations can go a long way in doing that.

Perhaps your company chooses to highlight the diversity of your employees by collectively celebrating different festive days. Or maybe you're encouraging employees to use floating paid holidays to mark important days with their families and friends. Either way, a diversity awareness calendar can go a long way in helping you meet your goals. Avoid insensitive missteps by checking against these diversity holidays before scheduling all-hands meetings or company parties.

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Expedia Group

Tips From an Expedia Group Recruiter: Prepare For Your Interview!

💎 Looking to apply for a position with Expedia Group? Here are some great tips to prepare for your interview!

📼 Watch this video for valuable insight from Audrey McGee, Talent Advisor at Expedia Group. These tips will help you get ready for your interview with the company, whether on-site or virtual!

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MURAL

Growing from Analyst to Engineering Manager: How MURAL’s Victoria Vitale Chose Her Path

Victoria Vitale has always had a passion for computers, but that passion isn't what drove her to become a software developer.

It was practicality.

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