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Companies That Are Currently Hiring (Feed)

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. Nvidia is one of many companies still hiring even amidst numerous layoffs across the tech industry.
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Amid the numerous layoffs that have swooped the tech industry, some companies still happen to be hiring, most of them being core software companies whose services aren't so much affected by day-to-day physical activities. Below, we've provided briefs on some companies still hiring in the current climate. If you have more to add, you can easily do that in the comment section, thanks!

Currently, hiring companies include;
  • Zoom: the popular video-conferencing service has seen an outsized surge in user numbers as of late, meaning much more business for the company. Zoom's job portal can be accessed via this link.
  • GitHub: GitHub, the popular software hosting service, is still hiring. The company's job portal is linked here.
  • Coinbase: Popular crypto trading service Coinbase has seen a massive volume surge as of late, entailing more business for the San Francisco-based company. The company's job portal can be accessed here. Current open roles include engineering, business development, design, marketing, recruiting and finance.
  • Webflow: Web development platform Webflow is currently hiring. Current open roles include engineering, finance, and marketing. Webflow offers remote-friendly jobs as a plus. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Amazon: With homebound users relying on e-commerce to purchase stuff, Amazon is definitely still hiring. Its job portal is linked here.
  • Google: Search giant Google is currently hiring. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Postmates: Amidst widespread movement curtailments, on-demand delivery is booming as people flock to such services to obtain necessary goods. Postmates, a well-known on-demand delivery service, is currently hiring. Open roles include engineering, business development, finance, legal, design, and analytics. Its job portal is linked here.
  • DoorDash: Just like Postmates, on-demand delivery service DoorDash is currently hiring across several cities. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Adobe: Software company Adobe is currently hiring across several continents. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • TikTok: TikTok, the widely used although relatively new social app, is currently hiring. TikTok is a division of Chinese tech giant Bytedance Technologies. Its job portal is linked here.
  • PayPal: PayPal is not only hiring but has also pledged to no layoffs for the meantime. The company's current job openings span across many countries. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Nvidia: Chip designer Nvidia is currently hiring. Its job portal is linked here.
  • Roblox: Popular game platform Roblox is currently hiring, internships included. Its job portal is linked here
  • Twitter: Social platform Twitter is hiring. Its job portal is linked here
  • Qualcomm: Chipmaker Qualcomm is currently hiring. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Twilio: Twilio is a widely used cloud communications platform. Currently hiring, its job portal is linked here.
  • Stripe: Payments company Stripe happens to have north of  300 current job openings. Its job portal can be accessed here.
  • Twitch (an Amazon division): Popular game streaming service Twitch which is notably a division under Amazon is currently hiring. Its job portal is linked here.
  • GM Cruise: Autonomous driving company GM Cruise is currently hiring. Its job portal is linked here.
Other companies also known to be hiring at this time include;
  • Netflix
  • Alteryx
  • Alto Pharmacy
  • Amplitude
  • AppDynamics (a division of Cisco)
  • Argo AI
  • Astra Zeneca
  • Automattic
  • Carta
  • New Relic
  • Flatiron Health
  • Triplebyte
  • Acorns
  • Xerox
  • Audible (an Amazon division)
  • Bumble
  • Brex
  • Chewy
  • Plaid
  • Proofpoint
  • ServiceTitan
  • SoFi
  • Palantir
  • Yext, Verkada, Zocdoc, Zulily, Addepar, Airtable, Akamai Technologies, Auth0, Badoo, Asana, Klarna, Khan Academy, Meraki (a Cisco division), Marqeta, Nerdwallet, and Figma. 
If you know of more companies still actively hiring, don't hesitate to name-drop in the comment section in order to help the tech community at large. Remember, together we stand!


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