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This Week in Jobs: Hit the jackpot with these 27 open tech roles

You’ve hit the lottery of job listings.

Grab a new opportunity.

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This Week in Jobs by Technical.ly

Editor’s note: 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.


Last week, one lucky ticket holder hit the jackpot, literally. The Powerball was at a record-setting $2.04 billion last Monday when someone finally claimed it in California.

While we’d all like to hit it big with a winning lottery ticket, you can become a winner in other ways — say, by landing your dream job. Check out the newest opportunities below.

The News

Philly readers! Join us this Thursday, Nov. 17 at the Most Diverse Tech Hub Summit Reception. Connect with hiring employers (Comcast, Crossbeam, Kleer, Pinnacle 21 and more!) in the region prioritizing diverse workplaces, networking with your fellow TWIJ tech talent and celebrating with food and drinks while enjoying the city views from Perpay’s headquarters.

Here’s how the team at clinical data SaaS vendor Pinnacle 21 fosters community both in and out of the workplace.

Startup Wars is the SimCity of virtual entrepreneurship. Here’s how this interactive online simulation is helping students learn and explore building their own businesses.

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How did you get here? This month, we’re asking readers to share their career trajectories to be a part of Technical.ly’s How I Got Here Series.

Playing the waiting game with a recruiter? You’re not the only one. Here’s how long you should wait before following up after an interview.

The Jobs

Remote

Philly/Delaware

DMV

Pittsburgh

The End

Take a gamble on a new opportunity. We’ll see you again sometime soon.

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