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How Finding A Job Will Be Different In 2021

Finding a job in 2021 may be far different than in years past, as many of the trends that have predominated during the pandemic are likely to stick around. Not only will there be a much greater supply of remote legal jobs which will open up in-house counsel opportunities to lawyers in diverse jurisdictions, but … Continued

Finding a job in 2021 may be far different than in years past, as many of the trends that have predominated during the pandemic are likely to stick around. Not only will there be a much greater supply of remote legal jobs which will open up in-house counsel opportunities to lawyers in diverse jurisdictions, but expect things like your digital presence and specific capabilities rise in importance. It will also be key to be able to track and improve your productivity and optimize your usage of online networking to find and land legal jobs. Fortunately, there are many resources for legal job seekers including our job board, GoInhouse.com, which contains thousands of open in-house counsel positions including hundreds of General Counsel jobs.

“Whether you’ve been unemployed and looking for a job through the pandemic or are planning to leave your current role in 2021, it’s no secret that hiring has changed in many ways. From remote onboarding to a shift in where we network and look for job opportunities, there have been fundamental changes in how we get our next gigs. And even as the promise of vaccines and immunity give us a glimpse into a future where we’ll be back in the office again, some things are here to stay.”

Read: How finding a job will be different in 2021 at FastCompany

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