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Score that fintech gig: 4 Delaware finance companies that are hiring right now

Come to our NET/WORK Delaware tech jobs fair next week and meet companies like Capital One, JPMorgan Chase and Chatham Financial.

These companies are hiring in DE.

It’s no secret that Delaware is a fintech capital, with finance giants like Capital One and JPMorgan Chase building out their tech teams in the state.

Next week, we’re giving you face time with recruiters and tech leads from both of those companies, plus companies like Swift Capital and Chatham Financial.

Interested? Get tickets to our NET/WORK Delaware jobs fair. It’s on Thursday, March 30, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m in Wilmington at coworking space 1313 Innovation. That’s a 30-minute train ride or a 45-minute drive down 95 south and entirely worth the trip if you’re eager to break into fintech, curious about Delaware or just want to see what’s outside of the Philly region.

If you’re not angling for a fintech gig, we also have a major health provider, a creative agency and more on tap.

Tickets are $10 or $5 just for the happy hour.

RSVP

Just like at NET/WORK Philly, there will also be free headshots, resume reviews and dev workshops.

Here’s a list of the companies slated to be there.

Get your resume and outfit sharp and we’ll see you at NET/WORK DE.

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