This Week in Jobs: 26 tech career opportunities that Can’t B Broken


Usher and Taylor Swift weren’t the only notable musicians making news Sunday night.

Enter Beyoncé, who dropped two new singles off her upcoming album through a Verizon commercial Sunday evening. Getting your name out there during the Super Bowl is great, but what’s even better is footing the $7 million bill (for 30 seconds of ad space) to your sponsor. She got paid to promote her new song on one of the biggest platforms ever.

While a cell phone carrier might not be knocking down your doors to do an ad, it does bring to mind employer benefits and how you can take advantage of them.

If your benefits package doesn’t feel big-game worthy, consider taking a peek below at today’s newest listings. They might not send you to the Super Bowl gratis, but the right workplace may offer tools to help progress your career.

The News

Happy birthday to us! In honor of 15 years of, time travel back to 2009 to see what startups were up to in:

Philly Tech Week 2024 presented by Comcast returns May 3-11, and we want you to get involved! Tomorrow, February 14 at 3 PM, tune in for a LinkedIn Live conversation with Philly Tech Week cofounder and CEO Chris Wink alongside organizing partner and 1Philadelphia Executive Director Danae Mobley for updates on PTW24, including an overview of key events that week and how to participate as a community calendar organizer this year.

Learn how TEDCO’s Maryland Innovation Initiative is bringing together students across the state to learn more about leadership and entrepreneurship, including a recent event at Frostburg State University.

Emerging tech is in demand and paying out big time. Here are some of the 2024 salary trends for tech roles, including AI, XR, and $100,000+ starting salaries.

The Affordable Connectivity Program, an initiative that subsidizes internet access for low-income families, is set to expire. Here’s why it matters and how we can extend it.

From chemistry to community building, trace data-driven activist Bree Taylor’s career in the latest edition of How I Got Here.

The Jobs

Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore



The End

Be more like Bey. We’ll be seeing you real soon.


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