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3 Common Questions during a Quantum Job Interview

These three questions have been compiled from real quantum computing job interviews. Here are our advices to prepare your answers. Speak about some original quantum research you have conducted and/or lead First, explain how and why the work is original, even if you have ‘just’ extended someone else’s research. Underline how […]

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10 worst things to say during a job interview

10 worst things to say during a job interview

In front of a recruiter, you have to be sincere but that does not mean showing a misplaced frankness. Here are the ten phrases you should never say during an interview. Sorry, I’m in late because of the traffic jam – Being in late for a job interview is a […]

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Headhunting

Best Quantum Computing Jobs are Off-Market

At quGeeks, we definitely know that the best quantum computing jobs, and especially the senior positions, are off-market. We see that 10% of internship and engineer positions are off-market, a figure that raises up to 30% for senior engineers/scientists or sales people positions. So basically when we publish ten new […]

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Recruitment: how to avoid mistakes?

Recruitment: how to avoid mistakes?

A bad recruitment results in a waste of time, a waste of money but also a waste (or lost) of team spirit. A recruitment error is a breach of contract during the trial period or during an employee’s first year. According to DARES, 36% of permanent contracts are terminated during […]

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How to attract and recruit passive candidates?

How to attract and recruit passive candidates?

With the current talent shortage in QuantumComputing and the ubiquitous difficulty of recruiting, passive candidates constitute a significant pool. Attracting and recruiting candidates who are not necessarily looking for a job has therefore become increasingly common in the recruitment strategy. According to a LinkedIn report, half of full-time employees remain […]

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Inside Google Goleta’s quantum computing lab

The talent shortage in Quantum Computing

The lack of available quantum scientists and engineers may be an inhibitor to the growth of the quantum computing ecosystem. Same old story: AI, as a very nascent industry, has also faced to the same issues for years. Quantum Computing is definitely an employee’s market now. There has been a […]

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5 ways to be more confident at job interviews

Do you find yourself stressed during job interviews? Self assurance is the key to standing out from the dozen or more other applicants. Here are some hints to feel (and appear) more confident. Confidence is more about putting the interviewers at ease than impressing them. Speak slowly and clearly When […]

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Software developper

Does your CV pass the 6-second test?

Applying for a job online is easy. Gone are the days of printing out and mailing copies of your CV/Resume to prospective employers. This convenience of job hunting online has a huge downside: everyone can do it, from LinkedIn to Indeed, and quGeeks as well! HR Managers spend, on average, […]

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