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This Week in Jobs: Keep it casual with these 20 tech career opportunities

The death of the dress code.

No dress code required to code. (Gif via Giphy.com)

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Forget about suits and ties. Now, it’s more like sweatpants and slides — at least on the Senate floor.

Last week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer quietly retired the chamber’s informal dress code rules, allowing Senate members to vote and appear on the floor in the outfits of their choosing.

In a time when many remote employees are being asked to return to the office, this could signal a larger trend in the workplace. Could casual Fridays transform into “Formal Fridays?”

Suit up (or sweatpants up) for this week’s opportunities.

The News

In-office work is back on the rise. Here’s how Philly-based fintech company Perpay is creating an office experience employees will embrace.

While most investors don’t attempt to put valuations on early-stage companies (when valuation is harder to predict), Inspiration Ventures prefers it over a SAFE or convertible note. Learn more in this guest post from law firm Ballard Spahr.

Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Here’s how Pittsburgh-based startup booster Ascender is supporting Latinx founders.

Text me, maybe? Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro joins the SMS messaging system Community to communicate with constituents.

What do you get when you combine the power of data with maps? An associate professor of spatial sciences explains the impact of geospatial intelligence.

Will AI really impact your job? This is what global artificial intelligence consulting leaders think.

The Jobs

Remote

Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore

Pittsburgh

The End

Keep it casual! Or formal, it’s up to you. Catch you back here next week.

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