Millennials navigated one of the most challenging job markets following the 2008 stock market crash, and now Gen Z is being put through the test in one of the most perplexing – and challenging – job markets. Though the interview process often contains virtual elements, now the recruiting, hiring, and onboarding process has gone entirely virtual: career fairs, interviews, and even training programs are digital due to a global pandemic. So, what tools do students have available to them to succeed through these obstacles?
Recently, Handshake, the number one site for early talent to find jobs, launched a new virtual platform that provides those first in their career with the tools they need to find jobs and internships, nail the interview process, and start strong. Recent Handshake data highlighted that an average of 93.3percent of campus fairs and events would run virtually this fall, showing the increasing demand for virtual