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Revzilla, Azavea and Slalom are hiring at NET/WORK 2018. Will you be there?

Meet these and 20+ other hiring companies Tuesday, Feb. 27. NET/WORK, it's where you get your next job.

NET/WORK 2016 at The Fillmore Philly. (Photo by Neal Santos)
Seven more companies have committed to NET/WORK 2018 in their search for Philadelphia’s top tech talent.

We’re almost a month away from fifth annual tech job fair. If you’re looking to work with a local startup, Feb. 27 at Fishtown’s Fillmore Philly is the place to be.

Here are the new commits:

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See the full list of hiring organizations below.

Fun fact! Out of these 23 hiring organizations, almost 70 percent have returned from last year because of the high quality of talent they met at NET/WORK.

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