It’s true, many companies and entire industries have stopped hiring for the present time. But many others are still taking on new employees, and even turning up the volume on hiring. It is still 100% possible to find work during this crisis!
Here are some sites that we have already found incredibly helpful for navigating the job market right now.
Still Hiring (by Hamza Khchichine)
Still Hiring is a searchable database of companies that are (you guessed it) still hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can sign up for a weekly newsletter to get updates on available roles.
Hiring Freezes (by Candor)
Hiring Freezes is a user-generated list of companies with and without hiring freezes, set up by salary negotiation company Candor. It’s being updated in real-time, and, at the time of writing, it had entries for over 4,000 companies.
WFH But Hiring (by Free Agency)
WFH But Hiring is a resource for hiring in tech during COVID-19. If you recently lost your job, you can list yourself as looking for work. You can also browse available jobs in engineering, product, marketing, and more.
Remote Work Jobs Portal (by Remote Work Summit)
Remote Work Summit put together this resource hub for information on companies currently offering remote work, sites for finding remote work, and freelance gigs available.
Creative Community x Covid (by Becky Simpson of Chipper Things)
Designer Becky Simpson (creator of Chipper Things) set up this resource for designers, illustrators, and others in the creative community. It includes links to job boards, hiring resources, and useful Twitter threads, plus a creatives for hire page where you can add yourself to the list.
The Corona Hiring Sheet (by Florian Feichtinger & Paula Monteiro)
This is a job listing resource (focusing mostly on jobs in Western Europe) set up in a Google Sheet. You can list yourself if you’re looking for work, peruse jobs and freelance gig listings, and check out related resources.
Have another resource for finding work during the pandemic? Let us know at hello (at) skillcrush (dot) com, and we’ll add it to the list.