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This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: Hot Dog

A small-but-mighty victory.

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Pennsylvania’s got a new celebrity in the form of a three-year-old Pekingese named Wasabi. The small-but-mighty pup took top honors at last weekend’s long-delayed Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Though significantly smaller than the other finalists, Wasabi stood out “like he’s 10 feet tall,” said one of the judges. It just goes to show that when it comes to being top dog, attitude is everything.

Now, let’s sniff out some new opportunities.

The News

The weather is heating up, and so are opportunities to code. Check out the local courses and workshops geared to Yinzers both young and old who want to pick up a new skill.

Meta Mesh is providing free internet to help bridge the city’s digital divide through community wireless networks.

The Emerging Technologies Caucus is transforming the way the Pennsylvania House of Representatives learn about and support statewide entrepreneurship.

The Jobs

The Remote Jobs

The End

Hope you found an opportunity that makes your tail wag. If not, we’ll see you here again next week.

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