If you’re looking for a job in technology, get out of New Jersey, fast. Get out of Birmingham, Alabama. Cross the river to New York, or the country to San Francisco. Even better, fly to Baltimore, Detroit, or Pittsburgh.
The company calls itself the “eHarmony of jobs.” Hot startups like Quora and Evernote, Eventbrite, and Lytro post their positions there. And now that Path.to is expanding beyond San Francisco, maybe, just maybe, your dream job will meet you with a kiss and a box of chocolates.
Quixey is an app discovery engine with a problem, and it’s not just the odd name.
A major hurdle in the job market these days isn’t the lack of jobs, but the lack of talented people to fill the vacant spots. Recruitment platform WillbeHired launches today with a $1 million seed round of funding to help fill these jobs with qualified, talented people.
Editor's Pick Apple has always been ahead of the curve. That’s why it should bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States.
Guest Post President Barack Obama reportedly asked Steve Jobs what it would take to bring iPhone manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. to which Jobs replied, “Those jobs aren’t coming back.”
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Guest Post Have you noticed that there are very few job listings for business development, marketing, operations, and other business-related functions at startups? It seems like all the non-technical jobs get snatched up before they are even made public.
Finding a new job isn’t easy, but a new company is trying to give you the best advantage. GetHired.com is video-based job market where you can hunt for jobs and get recruited by employers. The site launched Sunday with $1.75 million in seed funding.
We have only a few days before the new year ball drops and 2012 is upon us. Many will hope for good health, good fortune and good friends, but in this economy, even more may hope for jobs.
It’s not every company that makes waves over new job postings, but Apple is not every company. Apple has two positions open for iOS engineers to work on the next generation of Siri, the voice-powered personal assistant for the iPhone 4S.
I remember when my stepdad got out of the Navy for the first time. Finding a new, non-military job ended up being so challenging that he eventually gave up and enlisted again. He didn’t get out of the Navy for good until his retirement more than a decade later.
Popular web design and development community Forrst has just launched a new service for posting and finding jobs on the site.
Facebook is partnering with the Department of Labor and other government agencies to help unemployed Americans get back to work, the company announced today in Washington, D.C.
LinkedIn, the social network for professionals is launching a new service called Talent Pipeline that focuses on helping job recruiters find and place job seekers, the company announced Tuesday at its Talent Connect customer event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
LinkedIn on Monday launched a new plugin that makes the process of applying for a job as easy as clicking a button.
Quid, a provider of analytics for specific job sectors, announced today that it has raised $10 million in its third round of funding and has added PayPal co-founder and Slide founder Max Levchin to its board of advisors.
Microsoft’s search engine Bing will soon add crowdsourced photos to its map results. It will do so using the on-demand job board Gigwalk, which boasts 110,000 “gigs” just 9 weeks after its launch.
Big changes are afoot here at VentureBeat, and we’re looking to staff up with more full-time writers, freelancers, and reporting interns.
Steve Jobs took the stage today to unveil the iPad 2, the next version of its tablet computer — to the surprise of just about everyone, given that he recently announced he would take some time off from Apple for health reasons.
President Barack Obama came to Silicon Valley today to dine with the the region’s technology leaders to talk about how to create more jobs and improve education.
It’s not surprising that Americans are hitting the category that online ratings company comScore calls “career services & development” more than ever. Many mid-level job sites like SnagAJob have had 30 to 60 percent growth between June 2008 and 2009.