About the magazine

The Shortlisted™ is the UK’s 1st Independent Career Magazine: nothing but the truth about work and career.

We publish articles, how-tos, tips, artworks and honest celebrity interviews focussed on work and career, and reunite the best international career bloggers and writers.

Unlike the rest of the career-related publications that are all run by HR professionals, recruiters or coaches, this career magazine is founded and led by a former serial job interviewee that got over 120 job interviews in 99 companies in 4 countries in 5 years.

The Shortlisted is not a blog.


About the founder and editor-in-chief

Silvia PingitoreSilvia is a multilingual journalist, novelist and illustrator with three books published nationwide in Italy, her native country.

After being shortlisted for way too many job interviews, changing jobs all the time, eventually working as a CV writer and career advisor and helping over 100 people find their dream jobs, she founded this magazine to share knowledge and tips.

She’s obsessed with The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, everything from Roald Dahl, Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain, AS Roma, food chemistry, music lyrics, behavioural sciences, horizontal-striped clothes, birdwatching, San Francisco, Nike Air Max trainers, Take That, The Big Bang Theory, The BBC Apprentice, astrology, milk chocolate and Walt Disney Classics. And she suffers from Dyscalculia.

She is not a blogger.


About the contributors

The Shortlisted Magazine relies on an international network of contributors, career experts, writers and guest bloggers providing a constant stream of exclusive high-quality content about work and career, such as how-tos, checklists for job seekers, career tips and personal experiences.

As of December 2018, this website hosts 35 guest blogs from contributors born in Australia, India, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, the UAE, the UK and the US.

Apply and become a career guest blogger for The Shortlisted Magazine.

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