🧐 Still Searching for a U.S. Tech Job? Let’s Change That.

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👉 Sr. Product Manager: Shape the next generation of productivity enhancements alongside a world-class team, ensuring enterprise-grade security and innovation at every step.
Salary: $5,000 - $7,000. 

👉 Sr. Frontend Engineer: Unlock the potential of web3. This opportunity invites you to shape the future of community engagement in crypto with your expertise in JS, TypeScript, and Ethereum.
Salary: Based on experience. 

👉 DevOps Engineer: Driving the evolution of ETL/ELT software within a dynamic IT Services firm. This opportunity offers the chance to shape advanced, fault-tolerant AWS infrastructure.
Salary: $5,000 - $5,800.

👉 Data Engineering: Step into the role of DBA/Data Engineer and join a leading logistics tech company revolutionizing transportation cost management.
Salary: $5,800 - $6,200

👉 Software Developer: Join an innovative tech company as a Software Developer specializing in Java, and play a pivotal role in advancing an automated testing platform.
Salary: $3,500 - $4,500

👉 Virtual Assistant: Embrace a role at the forefront of healthcare innovation as a Virtual Assistant, to support our client’s CEO in pioneering AI solutions for eye care.
Salary: $900.

Getting jobs in U.S. companies isn't just about being good at your tech stack. You need to stand out and understand their interviewing process.

Pre-Interview Preparation ✍️

Learn all you can about the company’s goals, what they value, and their recent successes. Why? Because you will be more prepared to demonstrate you are the right fit.

You also need to practice answering questions. Our Discord channel, Latam Remoters is perfect for this. You can practice interviews with our recruiters or ask them for tips. It’s like a test run that helps you get better.

What To Do During The Interview? 🤔

Remember, the camera is your friend. Eye contact matters, so look into the camera to mimic an in-person connection

Structure your answers with the STAR methodSituation, Task, Action, Result. But here’s a pro tip: Bring in some questions of your own. It shows you're curious and fully engaged. 

Are you feeling nervous? Slow, deep breaths and imagining a successful interview can calm those nerves.

After the Interview: Following Up 💬

Right after your interview, send a thank-you email. Quick, within 24 hours. It shows you’re keen and polite. In your email, mention something specific you discussed; it personalizes your message. 

Here is a tip from our Recruiting Manager, Emily Miyashiro:

Sending a thank you email after an interview does two important things:

👉 It shows you're interested in the job.

👉 It keeps you fresh in the recruiter's mind.

What's next?

Take a moment for some self-reflection. What went well? What could be better? Write these thoughts down. This can be a chance to learn and get better for future interviews. Remember, every interview is a step forward, even if it doesn’t land you the job. 

We get it, going through interview after interview without hearing the "yes" you're hoping for is tough. But try to see it this way: every interview gives you a chance to get better. So, treat each one as a victory and keep moving forward.

Like this issue? Have you got questions or topics? Let's chat! Also, join our Discord community of 1,870 LATAM pros for career and networking tips. We're here to help you succeed!

Stephanie Cerf - Head of Community at TECLA.