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Making WFH Work for Growth Companies

Making WFH Work for Growth Companies

Companies across the globe are extending work from home privileges, considering employee feedback in designing return-to-work plans, and re-imagining offices altogether. Notably, some major tech companies like Twitter recently announced permanent...

Austin’s Active Tech Incubators and Accelerators

Austin’s Active Tech Incubators and Accelerators

In recent years, the landscape of Austin, Texas has changed. While it’s long been known for a vibrant live music scene, today the city boasts immense growth with creative talent, an impressive skyline, and some of the foremost tech leaders. It’s...

Tech Companies Continue to Acclimate

Tech Companies Continue to Acclimate

After the pandemic shutdowns in March of 2020, companies of all sizes from across the country have faced tough decisions about how, or even if, they would survive. Thousands made cuts or closed altogether. However, so many others have responded...

From Boom Town to Zoom Town

From Boom Town to Zoom Town

In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution created the rise of the “boom town.” These were cities, often on the West Coast, where entire economies and urban housing complexes seemed to spring up almost overnight. Today we’re seeing the...

Why We’re Hosting Virtual Recruitment Events

Why We’re Hosting Virtual Recruitment Events

COVID-19 has flipped the tech job market on its head, and many tech workers have found themselves suddenly out of a job. The Wall Street Journal reports that close to 70,000 tech startup employees have lost their jobs since March. Large companies...

Recruiting Talent in a Virtual Environment

Recruiting Talent in a Virtual Environment

Tech recruitment around the country has been transformed by the global pandemic and other trends. Hiring managers work from home, and virtual recruitment is now the norm. Many companies are shifting to new digital platforms that can accommodate an...

Up & Coming Cities to Further your Tech Career

Up & Coming Cities to Further your Tech Career

The COVID-19 pandemic may have accelerated a trend that was already underway: the dispersal of tech workers from coastal hubs to smaller cities throughout the country. “This pandemic has stretched the fabric that was already tearing,” Aaron Bolzle...

The Pros and Cons of Operating a Fully Distributed Company

The Pros and Cons of Operating a Fully Distributed Company

The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred widespread changes in the way companies function. As large numbers of employees work from home worldwide, many businesses are managing the transition to a fully distributed workplace. While many of these...

What You Need to Know About the Atlanta Tech Village

What You Need to Know About the Atlanta Tech Village

In 2012, entrepreneur David Cummings arrived in Atlanta with a plan: to create a business community that would foster tech startups in the city. Cummings’ idea has transformed into the Atlanta Tech Village, a tech incubator complex in the...

Columbus Hosts Virtual Recruitment Event

Columbus Hosts Virtual Recruitment Event

One America Works hosted its second virtual recruiting event on July 22nd. After the success of the first event in May which focused on Pittsburgh companies, Columbus tech companies decided to use the virtual recruitment model for their own talent...

New City? Take it for a Test Drive

New City? Take it for a Test Drive

Right now, there is a trend toward remote work due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. This newfound flexibility is having many folks think seriously about exploring new cities or even relocating completely. Moving to a new city is an exciting,...

Opening a Second Location? Here’s What You Should Know.

Opening a Second Location? Here’s What You Should Know.

Expanding to a second location can have major advantages for your business—from untapped markets and fresh talent pools to a more vibrant company culture. If you’re thinking about opening a satellite location or even a major headquarters, doing...

Google’s Recent Investment in Columbus

Google’s Recent Investment in Columbus

We are all familiar with the world’s most visited website. Google has become an integral part of life in the last few decades. In an effort to expand, the company moved into New Albany, just outside of Columbus, Ohio with a new data center. The...

Why Big Companies Turn to Pittsburgh for Talent

Why Big Companies Turn to Pittsburgh for Talent

Pittsburgh, known locally as the “Steel City”, has undergone some significant changes in recent decades with the decline in steel-related and other manufacturing businesses. Yet, the city has redefined itself and staked impressive claims in...

Innovation Centers Find Success in Phoenix

Innovation Centers Find Success in Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona is an oasis amidst its arid, desert climate for tech giants and new entrepreneurial businesses. Home to 130+ startups and the Phoenix Innovation District, is it a hotbed of tech-focused organizations, as well as home to a young,...

Career Searching in an Economic Decline

Career Searching in an Economic Decline

If the COVID-19 pandemic has you worried about your career trajectory and financial future, you are not alone. We know that among nearly 500 tech companies, there are more than 60,000 employees being laid off. Additionally, there are millions of...

Startups Can Thrive in Salt Lake City

Startups Can Thrive in Salt Lake City

When people think of Salt Lake City, they may picture a glowing metropolis nestled between breathtaking mountain views. It’s certainly known for its mountain getaways and ski trip destinations. However, Salt Lake City has been not-so-quietly...

Nashville’s Journey from Music City to Healthcare Tech Hub

Nashville’s Journey from Music City to Healthcare Tech Hub

When most people think about Nashville, they envision watching country stars at the Grand Ole Opry or enjoying Tennessee barbecue. This city’s rich history and depth of music is indicative of a diverse sea of talent, and it expands beyond the folk...

Kansas City, Missouri: Where Women are Ruling Tech

Kansas City, Missouri: Where Women are Ruling Tech

It may come as a surprise that women in technology careers in Kansas City, Missouri are likely to make more money than their male colleagues. In fact, estimations show that women with tech occupations earn 2% more than men. Because of this, Kansas...

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