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    Top Tech Job Opportunities You Should Know About

    As the U.S. emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the job market is slowly showing signs of a rebound. For the IT sector and workforce, which remained steady throughout the global health crisis, the reopening of the country signals acceleration of hiring across many top-level IT employee categories, according to the recent Cyberstates report issued by The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). 

    “The tech sector and the broader base of technology workers employed across the economy experienced several bumps during this turbulent period, but generally held up well,” noted the Cyberstates report. “In some cases, demand for technology services and infrastructure to support new remote work models, ecommerce, or revamped supply chains exploded, stretching the capacity of solution providers and MSPs.”

    As the pandemic has reshaped approaches to work, so has IT hiring practices — with many companies now offering remote and hybrid work positions as a reflection of shifting work-life values and requirements of potential new employees. 

    Here is a list of technology companies with IT or IT-related job openings right now. 

    Cisco

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    Located in San Jose, CA, tech giant Cisco was recently named the #1 World’s Best Place to Work by Fortune magazine for the second time in a  row. In addition to an abundance of engineering positions, the company also has several global career opportunities in all areas of IT and technology development, including cloud, collaboration, and security. 

    Cisco’s benefits packages are also impressive and include: tuition reimbursement, an employee stock purchase program, job swaps, flexible work practices, and employee discount programs. 

    Current tech job openings at Cisco include: 

    See Cisco’s list of job openings on the company’s careers page

    IBM

    In a recent interview with Yahoo Finance Presents, IBM’s CEO, CEO Arvind Krishna anticipated that 350,000 of IBM’s employees will choose a hybrid approach to returning to work — with many of them opting to come into the office two or three times a week and work remotely for the other days. Krishna also noted that expects the remaining 10% – 20% of IBM employees to opt in to full-time remote work or never return to the office altogether. 

    IBM is among many multinational companies opting to let their employees choose what works from them, a signal that “normal” is not the same as  pre-March 2020 workforce practices. The company has also placed great emphasis on its global Diversity, Ethnicity, and Inclusion (DEI) with its Be Equal platform. 

    Current job opportunities at IBM include: 

    See  more IBM job listings on the company’s career page

    Accenture

    Operations consulting giant Accenture is based in Dublin, Ireland, with more than 537,000 employees worldwide. Focused on providing its deep roster of clients with strategic services stretching across several industries – including software, platforms and high tech — the firm has ranked as one of Fortune’s Most Admired Companies and ranks number three on Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters) Diversity & Inclusion Index

    Accenture’s tech jobs are focused on intelligent software engineering services and delivering client projects focused on robotics, intelligent automation, AI and more. Here are tech opportunities currently available:

    See more job opportunities on Accenture’s careers page

    TechnologyAdvice 

    Nashville-based B2B technology marketing firm, TechnologyAdvice’s (TA) expressed goal is to create opportunities for technology buyers and vendors. The parent company of IT Business Edge, TA advises, educates and connects buyers and sellers of business technology across hundreds of verticals to help vendors grow their customer base. 

    Recently ranked on Inc.’s Best Workplaces 2021, TA has also been named as one of Tennessee’s Top Workplaces in 2019 and 2020. In addition to offering several workplace options — in office, hybrid, or fully remote — TA’s company culture is shaped around core values focusing on appreciating and honoring colleagues while being fully transparent about day-to-day company operations. 

    Here are tech job opportunities currently open at TA: 

    TA also accepts general applications. See more job listings on TA’s career page

    Salesforce

    Salesforce is the world’s leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform provider, with an emphasis on collaborative work between marketing, IT, sales, commerce, and service teams from anywhere. With a focus on diversity, career growth, and community wellness, Salesforce has been named one of Fortune’s 100 Best Best Companies to Work For and Glassdoors’ Employee Choice Best Place to Work

    Here tech job openings at Salesforce:

    See more Salesforce technology job opportunities on the company’s career page

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    Llanor Alleyne
    Llanor Alleyne
    Llanor Alleyne is managing editor of a portfolio of enterprise IT and SMB technology sites, including IT Business Edge, Enterprise Networking Planet, and Small Business Computing. In an editorial career that has spanned nearly 18 years, Llanor previously held editorial leadership roles at Residential Systems Magazine, Digital Signage Magazine, and media company AVNation.TV. Previously the host of the Digital Signage Digest podcast, Llanor is committed to understanding the impact of technology on social mores and folkways. Her deep knowledge base includes audio/video integration, IoT/smart home, immersive tech, IT, and more.

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