Wade Jones is the CEO and co-founder of TruYuu, an online service that helps people present themselves as more than just a resume to employers. He has a wealth of startup and turn around experience with organizations like Juniper Bank, private equity portfolio companies, and blue chip organizations like Procter & Gamble and Barclays. Previously, he was the Managing Director of the UK Partnership business at Barclaycard. Wade received his MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and his BBA in finance from Texas Christian University. Connect with Wade and the TruYuu team on Facebook and Twitter.


Services & Offerings:

TruYuu helps people achieve their professional potential by matching people with jobs based on their natural talents, leadership style, emotional intelligence as well as their skills and experience. Members receive their TruMee, and unique infographic of themselves, that empowers them differentiate themselves based on more than just their resumes. Companies use TruYuu to instantly source and screen candidates that fit their requirements based on the talents and competencies needed to succeed in the job (along with skills and experience), saving them time and resources. It all starts with discovering the true you.

Why I Serve Careerists & Job Seekers:

I believe everyone should have a shot at happiness at work. Generally speaking, the job search process has the balance of power with the companies doing the hiring, and we want to shift the balance of power back to people. If we can help people get into the right job, so they are more satisfied and fulfilled in their work, I believe that is a great achievement.


Majoring In You! Should Colleges Offer More Majors?

If you are still bummed that you can’t major in beer at your university, then yes, you probably think that your college should offer you more. But if your mind is open and you are thinking creatively, then you’ll probably figure out soon that a degree in chemistry or microbiology will serve you very well […]