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LiveCareer is a leading online destination for help with resumes, cover letters, important career decisions and more! With over 10 million registered users, we have been recognized as one of the top 100 employment websites by Weddle and are featured in their prestigious 2011/12 Guide to Employment Sites on the Internet. LiveCareer also has received the 2011 WebAward for Outstanding Website by the Web Marketing Association in both the Employment and Professional Services categories. According to Media Metrix, LiveCareer is currently ranked the #1 career testing company on the Internet.
LiveCareer was founded in 2004 by career experts who wanted to make high quality career and resume products available to everyone. In the past, scientifically valid career tools could only be purchased at a high cost and exclusively from career counselors, psychologists and certified professionals. LiveCareer offers the same high-quality products 100% online, for free or at a fraction of the cost.
I have been working at LiveCareer full-time
Everyone gets along -- real communal atmosphere
Space crunch -- trying to alleviate that
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at LiveCareer (San Francisco, CA) in October 2015.
The interview process was very pleasant. First, I spoke with the HR who asked me mostly behavioral type of questions. Second, I moved forward and met the marketing team in their offices. They all seemed very smart, talented people. Questions were different - depending of the team, mostly focused on their teams needs and solving "situational" problems. The last stage was a case study. These guys should coach other big companies (tech startups) on how to do HR - they are personal, friendly, and make the candidate feel that he/she is an important member for the company (right from the beginning).