Dating and job search
Hi, I'm Amanda Augustine, career advice expert for Top Resume.I'm a certified professional career coach and resume writer who is passionate about helping job seekers find careers they love, faster. Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you. As an eligible female (who in reality isn’t exactly eligible, I’m married), I’m searching for a companion that will fill the bill. As a recruiter, I’m searching for the best possible person to do a job.
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With stagnant wages and unemployment falling to 3.9% in July, down from 4% in June, people are looking for eager to find a leg up in their career. Philip Van Nostrand, a 37-year-old photographer from New York City, uses Tinder and Bumble to meet new women, but after a few dates these romantic encounters increasingly lead to new business opportunities. “People always know other people who could use one and they’re willing to recommend me.” One of his most recent matches led to photographing a couple’s wedding next year, which will rein in between ,000 to ,000 alone.
Over the last four years, he estimates he’s gotten 10 jobs through dating apps. Within a 6-minute span recently, two Bumble matches reached out over Instagram Using dating apps like Match.com, Tinder and OKCupid and websites to network — and in some cases even land a job — may be an unconventional approach, but it’s slowly becoming more common.
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