Tech workers may be seeking more stable organizations needing tech skills after being laid off from tech companies.
This past year has seen the creation of our new normal and it’s looking good. Businesses that can stay on top of what job candidates want will have a jump on hiring top talent.
Texas has broken job growth records for the past 12 months, coming back strong from losses during the pandemic.
Austin is a hot market for tech jobs, and talk of an impending recession isn’t putting a damper on new investment in the region.
Using a traditional college degree to screen job candidates shrinks the pool of candidates and eliminates many individuals who may be more suited for a role.
Austin, the capital of Texas, is the tech hub with culture, music, education, and well-paying jobs in STEM fields.
STEM fields are critical to economic recovery, and Austin, Texas is a STEM hub for established businesses and for innovation.
Austin is a fast-growing metro area tech hub providing great jobs with competitive pay in the pro-business state of Texas. Tech giants and venture capitalists call it home.
Remorse over switching jobs is continuing to fuel the Great Resignation. Employees are willing to job hop in the current war for talent to get better compensation, an improved work environment and more flexibility.
Ageism forced older workers into retirement before the pandemic lockdowns, now older workers could be more in demand as hiring challenges persist.