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A look at the 60+ jobs you could land at Thursday’s NET/WORK Delaware

As per our exhibitor survey, many of the open jobs pay between $71,000 and $100,000.

NET/WORK 2016 at SevOne. ( file photo)

NET/WORK Delaware is Thursday, March 30, and 12 hiring organizations will be at 1313 Innovation looking for their next candidate.
We’ve talked about why we do it, written about how we do it and even surveyed our exhibitors about it. That’s because it’s our mission to connect you to the employment opportunities in the growing tech hub in Delaware. But, hey — you may still have some questions.
Below, check out results from our exhibitor survey, to which 8 out of the 12 companies featured at NET/WORK responded. Then, grab your tickets ($5-$10). (And don’t forget to vote for the NET/WORK Awards!)
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What industry category/vertical do the hiring organizations represent?

The majority of the eight companies that responded to the survey were financial services companies, so this is the perfect to score than fintech gig you’ve been curious about. Other companies at NET/WORK focus on digital media, digital services and consulting. Here’s a breakdown.

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The “other” category included very specific descriptions:

  • “Delaware LLC Formation Service & Series LLC Automation Technology”
  • “We promote positive news in the city of Wilmington”

What kind of positions are the attending companies looking to hire for?

Not just straightforward design and dev, but project management and executive leadership, cybersecurity and operations roles.

  • Management
  • Executive Leadership
  • Operations
  • Administrative
  • Back End
  • Front End
  • Design
  • UX
  • Audience Development
  • Marketing / PR / Advertising
  • Project Management
  • Software Development
  • Software Engineer
  • 10+ in help desk
  • ITWorks student
  • Application Security
  • Information Security
  • Network Security

How many open jobs are there to fill?

There’s plenty to go around. There will be more than 60 job openings to apply for at NET/WORK DE tomorrow.
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What’s the average salary range for these open positions?

The bulk of them start at $71,000 up to $100,000 and there are some independent contractor opportunities available too.
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Even if you’re not sure if you are actually looking for a new job, tomorrow’s event is the place for you to start those connections for future employment.
Want to know more about what the hiring companies are looking for and how to prepare? Check out the survey where companies told us the level of experience they are looking to fill these positions with.
See you tomorrow, smart people!

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