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This Week in Jobs: 25 career opportunities that made the grade

The SATs go digital.

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Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge.”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.

Say goodbye to freshly sharpened pencils and test booklets. Last Saturday, the SAT went digital.

For the first time in its nearly 100-year history, students could take the test digitally in a new format. Overall, the test is shorter and uses an adaptive question component to give test takers easier or harder questions based on their responses.

While some students encountered technical glitches, such as frozen screens or connectivity challenges, this new format is here to stay.

You might not be cramming for the SAT, but is there anything in your life that could use a disruption? Whether it’s ditching pencil and paper or making an outdated process work for you, there’s always space for improvement.

Looking to update your career? We’ve got multiple choices below.

The News

Growing and slowing: Philly fintech company LoanStar Technologies expects to grow its staff by 50% this year. Pittsburgh edtech company Niche quietly laid off 7% of its total staff this week.

Need a recommendation? Let us be your guide. From law firms to coworking spaces,’s Preferred Partners Program will find you help across a dozen different categories.

Tulsa-based ACT House is creating a strategic space for founders to learn from nationwide.

Here’s how Delaware’s economic health lines up with the rest of the country, according to the Economic Innovation Group’s Distressed Communities Index.

Last week, PA’s Governor Shapiro announced a $10.3 million agricultural innovation and grant program. Here’s what you need to know about the future of farming in the state.

The Jobs

We asked Fastmail how it supports team members. Junior marketing coordinator Alexis Eusebio-Baskerville responded, “Fastmail partners with organizations that build connections and foster growth. I was fortunate to learn about them through Hopeworks, a nonprofit that empowers young adults to build careers with branches in Camden, NJ, and Kensington, Philadelphia. I smoothly transitioned from an internship to a full-time role in which I have access to professional development opportunities that expand my knowledge and encourage networking.”

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