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This Week in Jobs: Please Do Not Touch Museum

How to leave the house.

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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. Here’s the last one we published; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.

March 157th

Quick reminder in case you forgot: It’s no longer April.

Usually by this point in the summer, the days are packed with activities, and it can be tough to fit everything in before we blink and it’s Labor Day. In 2020, not so much.

Limited gatherings, canceled events and closed youth programs and summer camps all add up to a lot of hours to fill, with fewer options to fill them.

Well fear no more — if you’ve been feeling the Cabin Fever and are looking for a worthwhile reason to venture outside, The Philadelphia Inquirer’s got you covered with this rundown of local family attractions, including all the COVID-related changes they’re making to help keep visitors and workers safe.

From hayrides to zip-lines, there’s bound to be something on the list that makes you want to leave your couch. And if you end up taking the family to Sesame Place, tell them your visit was brought to you by the letters T, W, I and J.

The News

Super Meetup,’s annual gathering of meetup groups across our markets, is going all-virtual this year (no surprise) and being reimagined as a series of lightning tech talks and interactive trivia (OK, that part is kinda surprising). Check it out on Thursday, Aug. 13 — sign up and register here.

Working to renovate the reputation of a notoriously stressful industry, Power Home Remodeling is taking a different approach by putting its technology and customer experience first. Learn more about the Chester-based team, and check out their open roles here.

As we close out Design Month in our editorial calendar, check out this recap of a recent PhillyCHI event in which three Black UX designers shared insights into their processes and tips for other designers. August’s editorial topic is Workplace Culture, so send through your story ideas and look out for coverage on that theme all month.

The Jobs

Got your home office set up just right? These jobs are fully remote:

The End

That’s it for this week — stay cool and safe on your outside adventures.

Happy job hunting!


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