Efterspørgslen efter teknisk talent er fortsat stor i Triangle – her er, hvilke virksomheder der ansætter.


The availability of tech jobs is a bright spot in the Triangle’s labor market, even as overall demand begins to slow under the pressure of inflation and other issues—with a surge in interest rates only adding to the downward trend.

Work in the Triangle, et Wake County Economic Development-program, deler regelmæssigt nye åbninger gennem sit Twitter-feed, @WorkTriangleNC.

The program launched a jobtavle på sin hjemmeside earlier this year, with 10,258 active openings as of Sunday afternoon. Of those, 8,330 are technology jobs, 1,132 are advanced manufacturing positions, 338 are in cleantech and 458 are in life sciences. The overall jobs opening number for tech has been stable over the last three months, ranging from a low of 9,013 in mid-April to 10.681 a week ago.

Hver tirsdag, Arbejde i Trekantens #TriangleTuesdays hashtag lists hot jobs in the area. Here’s a recap of last week’s openings (from June 14):

Rul gennem hashtagget #TriangleTuesdays på Twitter for flere detaljer om åbningerne.

Tech Openings at Firms with large Triangle Presence

Der er masser af jobåbninger hos trekantens førende teknologiarbejdsgivere. Her er hvor mange der er ledige fra søndag eftermiddag:

  • Lenovo: 331 jobs in Morrisville
  • SAS: 156 openings in Cary
  • Microsoft: 154 openings for roles based in Raleigh; more remote roles
  • rød hat: 27 openings in Raleigh; 20 remote openings in North Carolina
  • Båndbredde: 52 openings in Raleigh
  • Pendo: 22 openings in Raleigh
  • IBM: ~23 jobs in RTP, according to the website; 182 jobs in Durham listed on NCWorks

The State of North Carolina is also hiring, with 478 current openings for roles based in either Wake, Johnston, Durham, or Orange Counties, or roles that can be done remotely.  Of those, 37 roles are designated as IT roles, according to the state’s careers hjemmeside.  There are additional STEM roles available, as well, according to the jobs database. 

Original Article Source: WRAL TechWire