Videos of the day's interviews and workshops can be found in the Agenda section. Just click on the session you'd like to watch and you'll see the recording.
The Covid-19 pandemic has upended the job market. Industries once on hiring sprees have scaled back, while others now cannot staff up fast enough. Whether you’re a new graduate, recently unemployed or contemplating a career change, the inaugural WSJ Jobs Summit provided trusted, actionable insights from business leaders across industries on how to not only survive but thrive in this new economy. Participant take aways:
Lessons from the 2008 financial crisis
Advice from companies in hiring mode
Tools for work-life management and negotiation
How to nail the virtual interview
WSJ provided those looking for information and insight on the current job market with actionable, credible guidance during these uncertain times.
Students, New Graduates, & College Faculty
Attendees took away the practical tools and trusted insight you need to navigate this new job market as either a first-time job seeker or leader helping students transition from campus to career.
For professionals taking this moment to consider a new career path, the summit offered perspective and guidance from business leaders across industries.
If you’ve lost your job due to the pandemic, this was an opportunity to acquire the tools you’ll need to not only survive but thrive in this new job market.
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