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This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: Stay Cool

An unlikely solution to cooler nights.

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Trying to stay cool these warm summer nights?

While it may not look very cool, apparently donning socks before bed can lead to cooler nights.

It may sound counterintuitive, but wearing socks to bed can actually help lower your body temperature, helping you cool down and fall asleep faster.

So, stop tossing and turning, throw on some novelty socks, and start dreaming of better days.

The News

Ask them anything! To explore better corporate diversity, equity and inclusion practices, is hosting a Slack AMA with DEI experts John Foster and Sam Chenkin. Log in Friday for this live, community-driven event.

Resilient Coders, a free virtual coding bootcamp focused on equity, is expanding to Pittsburgh this July.

With its data modeling simulator, Epistemix is helping employers safely reopen offices across the country.

The Jobs

The Remote Jobs

The End

Stay cool, even if you don’t look very cool. Rest up, and we’ll see you again real soon.

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