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This week in jobs: DevOps engineer, product manager, software developer? You’re gonna survive this job search

Editor’s note: Every week we send out an e-newsletter featuring the most exciting career opportunities in the region. We called it with love This week in jobs (aka TWIJ – “twidge”.). Below is this week’s edition. Sign up for the newsletter here.

Note from November: Over the next few weeks, we are testing a single consolidated national TWIJ rather than our geographically focused separate versions. We’ve heard from job seekers and companies hiring over the past year that they’re increasingly interested in opportunities beyond their immediate region, and we hope you enjoy this updated format. day. We’ll be sharing a reader survey later in November for feedback, and if you have any immediate thoughts or questions, please contact [email protected]

Coming soon to a theater near you…

We’re entering a much less spooky holiday season, but still following Halloween one last time. If they made a horror movie about the troubles of a job search, what would it look like?

ghost face from “Scream“Calling to taunt with too long a list of interview questions? Queens of screams turn into damning emails from different job boards about all the positions you don’t have time to apply for? Being ghosted by recruiters? Uploading your CV to a job site only to have to retype everything?

And to finally come out of the job search a winner (perhaps up to “Survivor” through The Child of Destiny), you must go through that ultimately terrifying showdown: the final interview.

You might sweat under all that pressure, but hey, you survive. So let’s enter another week of hunting.

The news

Still in the mood for a scare? You must read this roundup of utterly terrifying work stories that you have submitted, dear readers. Rats, bugs and mismanagement – oh my!

Getting hot but running away from a revenge-hungry killer is probably pretty good training. Not your favorite sweat session? Find out how these Technically Talented clients keep their teams happy and healthy with holistic benefits in and out of the workplace.

OK, OK, we’ll stop with all the horror references anyway. Life and work can be scary enough without an extra dose of scream queen. that’s why jennifer kurt brings psychological safety to his new role as The infinite blues CTO. Related: This DE health system has been awarded for its efforts in the fight against burnout.

Ask us anything; no, really, we started an advice column.

And the question we like to ask: is a college degree necessary to work in tech? No, but it certainly helps in some cases, according to these 2021 RealLIST Engineers from all over Pittsburgh, Philly and the DMV.



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From a distance

You can travel when you work from home:

The end

You are a survivor, you are not going to give up…just keep applying!