The world of work has changed. It’s more about you than ever before. The traditional ‘steady job’ is on the decline and you have to be ready to market your skills – and yourself. The problem is that the old ways of doing this – CVs, resumés and job titles – just aren’t fit for purpose in this new world. They don’t tell the whole story.
That’s where Somewhere comes in.
Somewhere is a visual platform for sharing your work. It lets you build visually engaging pages that showcase your work, and the thoughts and processes behind it.
Somewhere prompts you with ‘Provocations’ that you can respond to. ‘How do you prepare to give a killer presentation?’; ‘What’s the best advice you’ve heard recently?’; ‘What’s your creative process?’ – answering questions like this helps you get noticed and reading other people’s answers may inspire you in ways you didn’t expect.
Meanwhile, employers come to Somewhere looking to hire freelancers or employees. Rich cultural data makes it easy for them to find people who are a good fit, instead of having to wade through hundreds of resumés. What’s more, large organizations can use Somewhere to discover skills in their workforce they maybe didn’t realize were there, and engage with employees.
No-one knows what the future of work will be, but in a rapidly changing world, shining a light on your unique mix of skills and experience will be key to your success. Somewhere is all about helping individuals and employers navigate a rapidly changing employment landscape by focusing on what makes each person unique.
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