Hackajob matches technical talent with companies looking to hire
- That’s partly because there is a limited number of workers with these skills, and partly because it’s not just technology companies that are looking for technical talent.Enter Hackajob, a two-sided marketplace that brings together technical candidates and companies looking for help.
- And I think what we see is that the demand for technical individuals far outstrips the supply,” Chaffey told TechCrunch.“We describe ourselves as a full stack talent platform that is primarily focused on helping enterprise organizations find, engage, hire and retain technical individuals,” he said.
- It’s an approach that seems to be resonating, and today the company announced a $25 million Series B investment.Company co-founder and CEO Mark Chaffey says that the reason we are not seeing a dip in technical talent demand is that tech workers are needed everywhere.
- Even today with all of the layoffs we have seen in the tech industry over the last year, there is still a shortage of technical talent.
- One twist with this approach is that Hackajob makes the companies apply for the talent, rather than the other way around.
- The company has now raised a total of $33 million, per Crunchbase data.The tech jobs market might not be as shaky as it feels
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