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These 51 Philly tech firms are hiring right now [NET/WORK]

We have a full list of those firms below, but your best chance to land a new opportunity is at the NET/WORK jobs fair Feb. 10 at Union Transfer.

At NET/WORK 2014. (Photo by Jennifer Sun)

Believe us, if you want a job in tech, you don’t need to leave Philly. More than 50 businesses, startups and organizations will be on hand next Tuesday, Feb. 10, for NET/WORK, our tech jobs fair at concert venue Union Transfer.
We have a full list of those firms below, but your best chance to meet representatives from all of them is at the event next week. Here’s what to expect.
Tickets for job seekers are $10. Happy hour is $5. Student admission is free.
Here are the organizations looking to hire local talent:

Don’t miss all these perks:

  • Coworking Cafe: Stop by this pop-up coffee shop, featuring HubBub coffee, for 1-on-1 meetings or just to take a load off.
  • Expert Hub: Check in with event partner Start. Stay. Grow., get your resume reviewed by a pro from InternU and hear professional development lectures.
  • Photo Booth, sponsored by Chariot Solutions: Get a headshot that isn’t a selfie. It’s time. Local photographer (and owner of one of the city’s favorite Instagram accounts) Neal Santos will be behind the camera.
  • Happy Hour: Featuring local beer (entry includes 1 free drink ticket) and snacks.
  • Dev Workshops: Happening hourly from 2-4 p.m. Topics range from Web Accessibility, to Backbone.js, to Python.

Grab more details here. And:
Get your ticket today


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