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Details on who’s hiring — and for what — at NET/WORK Delaware March 24

After surveying the companies attending NET/WORK Delaware, these are the skills you should be bringing to the table.

Here's a word cloud of skills that NET/WORK Delaware companies are looking for. (Image by Peter Erickson)
There are only nine days between now and potentially landing your dream job in tech.

NET/WORK Delaware is Thursday, March 24 at SevOne in Newark. For the list of hiring companies check our Ticketleap.

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After more than enough inquiry from our readers, we asked the participating NET/WORK Delaware companies what they were looking for in a candidate. The image above shows the most used words from their responses.
These are the types of positions they’re looking to fill:

  • Web Developer
  • Software Developer
  • UI/UX
  • Mobile Developer
  • Business Development
  • Designer
  • Project Manager
  • DevOps Engineer
  • Senior Manager
  • DevOps
  • Marketing
  • Application Security Engineer
  • Analyst
  • JavaScript
  • Systems
  • Account Manager
  • Community Manager
  • Customer Service

Befitting of a statewide news site, the hiring companies are located beyond just Wilmington. Here’s a heatmap showing their respective offices:

Heat map of NET/WORK Delaware exhibitor HQs.

Heat map of NET/WORK Delaware exhibitor HQs. (Image by Peter Erickson)

And be sure to check out workshops during the day led by Zip Code Wilmington and Girl Develop It Wilmington.

Are you a company looking for talent? Please send all exhibitor inquiries to


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