Due to the pandemic, there are a lot of people looking for new jobs. Fortunately, there are still places hiring.

But how do you search for a new role in the time of social distancing?

Udacity recently held a webinar to share some tips and ideas:

The job market is changing rapidly due to company and industry-wide responses to the Coronavirus. If your job search strategy consists mainly of applying for jobs online, there is much more that you can be doing to increase your chances of landing a new job. Most people approach job searching reactively. They see a posting and react by applying.

In this webinar, we show you strategies for networking, relationship building, & personal branding designed to increase your chances of getting employee referrals (the current top method for landing interviews). Some of these strategies may also lead to employers/recruiters reaching out to you and landing interviews without ever applying.

At this time of year, it’s common to start setting goals for the new year. If you’re in the AI field, learning has to be one of those goals.

Udacity explores how to end procrastination and how to find your ideal learning style.

Do you fall victim to procrastination? Do you use scientifically proven methods to improve your learning? Would you like to break bad habits? The above quote refers to the idea that you should do the thing you hate most – or is most repulsive to you first thing in the morning so it won’t stand in your way to accomplishing other things during the day.

In this webinar, we discussing the pitfalls of procrastination, and the unintentional impact it can have on your Job Search. Join us and learn more about these subjects in an interactive and informative webinar.

In case you haven’t noticed, Data Science has become more and more popular as a career choice as it offers both lucrative salaries and the opportunity to have a huge impact.

The Data Science interview process is challenging, but with dedicated practice you can succeed. In this video, Siraj Raval outlines the 7 steps to pass any Data Science Interview.