This Week in Jobs: Feeling lucky this Twosday? Check out these 22 open tech roles

This Week in Jobs: Feeling lucky this Twosday? Check out these 22 open tech roles

Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge.”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.


Are you feeling lucky? Today might be the perfect day to try something new.

Even if you’re not a numerologist, there’s something pleasing about the date 2-22-22 (or the palindromic 22-02-22 if you go by day, month, year). Vegas is anticipating more marriages than 7.7.07, and even a fair amount of expectant parents are hoping today’s the day.

You might not have a grand plan for “Twosday,” but the day’s just getting started. Is there something worth celebrating? Want to try something new? Could today be the first in your new job search? (If so, you’ll want to keep reading …)

The News

Close to 30% of young and low-income people primarily access the internet through their mobile devices. What does cellular reliance mean for access?

For Philly-based Vistar Media, working with talented engineers keeps the team engaged.

Arcadia is making it easy for people to take a stance against climate change. The Maryland-based company uses data and technology to easily connect customers to clean energy.

Pittsburgh high schooler Steven Liu is seeing green. The senior was named one of the top 40 finalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search for his work turning algae into biofuel.

When software developer Matthew Klein first used a computer, he knew he’d found his calling. At FinLocker, he’s developing software to improve people’s financial health.

The Jobs

Wanna work with us? Technically Media is seeking an Engagement Manager (Remote) to help our stories reach a bigger audience.

Remote

Philly/Delaware

DMV

Pittsburgh

And three bonus jobs to get us to a nice round 22:

The End

Make this Twosday, “You-s-day.” We’ll see you next week when we’ll make a better rhyming effort.

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