Professional Development

This Week in Jobs: New board, who this? It’s 26 open roles plus our updated look

New month, new jobs board — new you?

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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.

If you haven’t seen our jobs board lately, it’s sporting a spiffy new look. This redesign is thanks to our product team, including Product Manager McKenzie Morgan, who took user feedback to create a board that helps job seekers find roles at companies that fit both their skill sets and value sets.

Morgan explains:

“Our readers and clients alike have been asking us for ways to find employers and teams who share the same values. To reflect this and to help you all find your way to your next venture, our team at has relaunched our jobs board with more intuitive design and features.”

The interface includes filters for “Culture + Values,” and makes it easier to learn about the companies by highlighting recent content. Read more about the redesign here, and apply for an open role (or post your open positions) here.

The News

We may be down, but how close is the market to bottoming out? Futurist Jim Lee sheds light on what to expect in the market based on historical cycles.

ReturnLogic Content Marketing Associate Taz Alam reflects on her experience entering the job market in a pandemic and the value of a fellowship through Venture for America.


Black-owned tech companies have grown in the past two years, but numbers still lag behind other racial groups. How can investors and founders help continue the upward trend?

Read about how thinking small, when it comes to manufacturing, could strengthen local communities and businesses.

The Jobs





The End

Take a spin on the new board and we’ll see you next week.

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