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Jobs coming in hot. NET/WORK Baltimore will be here soon

It's time to show off at our annual tech jobs fair on March 15.

Are you looking for a job? If so, we got you. Technical.ly will host the fifth annual NET/WORK Baltimore is back on March 15, 2018, at Baltimore Studios, Studio 4.
We know that great technologists have options when it comes to finding a job, so we’re building a place where employers and attendees can test the “fit.” Suits and ties are optional and conversations that dig deep are encouraged. If you come and happen to not walk away with a lead for a job, we can most likely guarantee you will walk away with cool free swag (check out our infamous swag report from NET/WORK Baltimore 2k17).
Tickets are $10 (or $5 if you just want to attend just the happy hour).
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Not to mention we have four companies signed up and ready hire, including:

Some of the cool things you can expect are a brand new headshot, resume reviewers and an endless amount of connections and jobs at your finger tips. Did we say jobs? A whole lotta jobs.
Can’t stand the wait? Check our jobs board for daily new postings and sign up for our daily newsletter for leads straight to your inbox.
Want to attend all of our NET/WORK events? We are doing this a few times this year in our other markets:

Want to connect with the community? Click here to exhibit at NET/WORK 2018

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