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NET/WORK Philly is where you find your next job

We asked the 50+ companies that are going to be at the Feb. 23 jobs fair who they're looking to hire. Here are the results.

Here's a word cloud of skills that NET/WORK Philly exhibitors are looking for. (Image by Peter Erickson)

The third annual NET/WORK Philly is less than a month away. First:
Get tickets
Now: More than 50 companies are confirmed to participate. So asked who they’re looking to meet.
The image above shows the most frequently used words when we asked what types of skills recruiters are looking for in potential candidates.
Below, check out the types of positions they’re looking to fill — ranked from top to bottom by frequency of positions.

  • Software Developer
  • Web Developer
  • UI
  • UX
  • Sales/Customer Service
  • Database
  • Project Manager
  • Design/Creative
  • Mobile Developer
  • Marketing/PR
  • Business Development
  • Analyst
  • Human Resources
  • Community Manager
  • Data Scientist

These hiring companies come from all over the region, not just Center City Philadelphia. Here’s a heat map of where their HQs are located:

Heat map of NET/WORK Philly exhibitor HQs.

Heat map of NET/WORK Philly exhibitor HQs.

Check out the Ticketleap page for a list of hiring organizations who will be at NET/WORK, which is at The Fillmore Philly this year. We’ve also shared the public survey results below.

See full survey results

We’re expecting over 60 exhibitors to be at the Feb. 23 event. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet local tech firms and find your next career opportunity. We’ll also have professional development workshops, resume reviews, professional headshots and a closing happy hour.
See you there!


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