Monday, September 22, 2014

Looking for a tech job? Check out Hired


If you're looking for work in the tech industry, you've probably already tried the usual places, like Monster and CareerBuilder. I found another service that looks like it has a sharper focus.

Hired has developed a job search process that was built specifically for software engineers, data scientists, UI/UX designers, and product managers. It works primarily with applicants in the tech-centric areas - New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area - but it welcomes job-seekers from anywhere.

There's no charge for applicants to post their resumes and work histories. Once they are in the system, they get interview requests and offers directly from companies that have openings to fill. If you currently have a job, the service will hide your profile from your current employer. Hired says it has placed more than 1,300 job-seekers at companies that include CrunchBase, Klout, Zillow, Lyft, Evernote and Groupon and that 81 percent of participants have received offers.

For more details, visit the website.


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