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Feb. 23, 2021 4:42 pm

This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: End of an Era

Let go of what isn’t working.
RIP, Kimye.

RIP, Kimye.

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Love them or loathe them; the announcement of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian filing for divorce is news. A day rarely goes by where one member of the duo isn’t featured on the cover of a tabloid or a trending Twitter topic.

So, as the news cycle revolves around the end of Kimye, it might be a good time for self-reflection. Is there something in your life (personal or professional) that hasn’t been serving you lately? Could it be time to move on?

Ready to search for a new opportunity? Or just want to escape the tabloid news? Keep on reading.

The News

Saying the workplace has changed in the last year is almost an understatement. In Technical.ly’s first Hiring and Workplace Culture Trends Report, we dive deep into the trends around office culture, hiring, and HR practices that have transformed in the past year.

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Speaking of workplaces, here’s a look at how some technologists in Pittsburgh are starting to rethink their workplaces, post-COVID.

SUN (Solar United Neighbors) is heating up the local energy market, offering homeowners easier access to affordable residential solar panels through the use of a co-op. If you’d like to join that bright future, the company is looking for a Manager of IT and Information Systems.

Through looking back, we can move forward. Join Technical.ly tomorrow, Feb. 24, at 11 a.m. EST for its first in a quarterly webinar series, BuildingUp, to learn how to build a better workplace from experienced HR leaders. Register here.

Marinus Analytics is in the final round of the $5 million IBM Watson AI XPrize for its artificial intelligence and machine learning tool that helps law enforcement bring an end to human trafficking. (Hey, it also has a handful of tech job openings.)

The Jobs

The Remote Jobs

The End

Here’s hoping the latest celebrity headline can bring you some clarity. Let go of what isn’t working and start searching for something that is. Enjoy the journey, and we’ll see you soon.

If you want to check on new jobs in the mid-Atlantic region, go ahead and sift through Technical.ly’s jobs board any time.

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