Indeed has analyzed employment data to determine the cities with the most computer science job openings.
800,000 federal employees are currently being forced to stay home without pay as Congress and President Barack Obama are locked in a stalemate over the spending plan for the fiscal year. Over here in the private sector things are looking slightly better.
The company has closed $25 million from Sequoia for its “talent interaction platform,” which leverages video technology to make each stage of the recruiting process more personal.
Mounza launched an app today that helps students keep track of all on-campus career events in one place, so maybe, just maybe, finding a job won’t be so hard when they graduate.
By 2020, 40% of labor in the U.S. will be comprised of contingent/independent workers. Elance is making “the most significant shift to our business” to help companies hire, manage, and pay their freelancers on demand.
Distill announced today that it has closed $1.3 million to improve the process of interviewing job applicants, and make interviewing itself more ”scaleable.”
Smart Recruiters has raised $10 million to attempt and improve the intricate, tangled, confusing, broken, frustrating hiring process.
Sparkon uses advanced personality tests to create customized maps of possible education and career paths, and has over 16,000 learning videos to help kids achieve their goals.
Founded by Google’s former Head of Products, Collegefeed is a social network that brings together students and employers to improve the hiring process.
The ideal candidate would have a secure understanding of cloud, social, and mobile technologies as they affect the consumer and enterprise.
HireVue has raised $22 million to streamline the job interview process
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