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This Week in Jobs: Get excited for Tech Week — and dozens of open roles

Join us IRL in Philly or virtually at #PTW23.

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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.

It’s nearly here!

Join Technical.ly IRL and online next week for the 13th annual Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast. Spread the word and let us know what events you’re planning to attend with the hashtag #PTW23.

This week’s newsletter is bursting with opportunities. Keep reading for details including events, jobs and more.

Not in the Philly area? No sweat. Many events have virtual and hybrid programming, and several non-Philly orgs will have a presence at the conferences and gatherings.

Special shoutout to our title sponsor Comcast — find its team out and about all week, and visit the Comcast Technology Center for the Builders Conference and Signature Event on May 11.

NET/WORK tech jobs fair

Looking for your next opportunity? Join us Tuesday, May 9 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the NET/WORK tech jobs fair, taking place at Perpay’s office. Make new connections, see who’s hiring, and take your career to the next level with this casual job fair and happy hour.

Keep an eye out for opportunities from:

Tell your friends looking to level up and spread the word with your network, and remember to register by Friday, May 5).

More Tech Week events

Attention developers! Link up with fellow technologists on Wednesday, May 10 at the Technical.ly Developers Conference to learn about the latest trends in software and tech. This event includes panels, workshops and a happy hour.

Psst! Use code “thxphila” at checkout to attend for free (must register before May 8), courtesy of Most Diverse Tech Hub initiative from Philadelphia’s Department of Commerce.

The Technical.ly Builders Conference + Philly Tech Week Signature Event on Thursday, May 11, includes panels, networking and workshops during the day and caps off with the Signature Event, the closing party to Philly Tech Week.

Looking for more? Check out the Community Calendar for the full lineup of over 40 events.

A special thank you

Shoutout to Philly Tech Week’s incredible sponsors, who make this event possible!

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