Career shifting becomes a key aspect in a successful professional development due to continuous change in the employment market. PitchMe developed technology to support a successful career shift. And here is a story that inspired our team and hopefully will inspire many more young professionals to explore new opportunities outside their comfort zones. Andreas is... Continue Reading →
Sharing information online has become “normal” in today's society. IBMs Market Cloud Study found that a staggering 90% of the data online has been created since 2016. It has become second nature for us to snap, swipe, and publish our lives online. However, since the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook Scandal of 2018, many people are... Continue Reading →
Once software developers get over a certain age, they've been there, done that, and brought the t-shirt. If you remember things like dot matrix printers or CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) you probably fall into the category of older developers and may have been told you are “too old” for software developer positions.
Are you looking to change careers, or searching for a UX design job? Read Darya’s story of how PitchMe helped her transition from journalist to designer.
Formal education systems are not providing graduates with the skills needed to make them desirable to employers. Learn how the variety of online courses available can improve candidates appeal to hiring managers.
Looking forward your summer holidays? Going to Mallorca or Ibiza, or maybe sailing in the Mediterranean? Holidays are always about recharging energy, reflecting or maybe reading a book you never had time to read. Your vacation this year can change your life and here is how: dedicate few hours a week to learn something new... Continue Reading →
It’s no secret that companies, especially startups, are getting increasingly more creative with their job titles. They believe that unique, funny and ridiculous job titles will attract like-minded people, therefore making a "we think different" message clear from the first sight. 1. Paranoid In Chief Company: Yahoo Description: Let’s be honest — Paranoid in chief sounds much more intriguing... Continue Reading →