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This Week in Jobs: Bug out over these 21 tech career opportunities

Will you hear cicadas chirping?

Is your current job bugging you? (Gif via Giphy.com)

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Anticipating the loud chirps of summer cicadas in the air? Chances are, you’re out of luck.

You’ve probably heard about the large broods of cicadas set to emerge this year. In fact, two different broods, XIX and XIII, will rise from the soil like zombies, shed their skin and chirp loudly through the season.

But, if you’re reading this in the mid-Atlantic, we have some news for you. While this is a big year for the bugs, they’ll be hatching in areas of the Midwest and South.

That may be good news or bad, depending on your interest in insects. But, if you do listen carefully, you might be able to hear the crop of new opportunities hatching in this week’s newsletter.

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The Jobs

Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore

Pittsburgh

Remote

The End

See you (and not the cicadas) later!

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